Top 100 Banks

As the broad restructuring of the banking sector in Southeastern Europe (SEE) nears completion, local lenders continue to enjoy rising profitability, robust lending growth and a decline in non-performing loan (NPL) ratios. The SEE banking sector remains attractive to foreign lenders amid an overall improvement of the macroeconomic situation, supported by low-interest rates and optimism among businesses.

Total assets and net profit/loss figures are in millions of euro.

 

2017 2016 Company name Country Total assets 2017 Y/Y change in assets Net profit/loss 2017 Net profit/loss 2016
61 59

Banka Sparkasse d.d.

Slovenia 1 214 4.08% 9.2 9.3
62 71

Banca de Export-Import a Romaniei – Eximbank SA

Romania 1 192 30.03% 3.2 1.2
63 63

Banka Postanska Stedionica AD

Serbia 1 189 5.55% 32.8 -51.4
64 57

Sberbank d.d.

Croatia 1 184 -3.99% -18.1 5.7
65 62

Intesa Sanpaolo Bank Albania Sh.a.

Albania 1 160 3.16%% 12.5 16.9
66 64

Nova Banka a.d. Banja Luka

Bosnia and Herzegovina 1 108 7.29% 5 6.7
67 69

Moldova Agroindbank SA

Moldova 1 088 12.44% 22.3 19.5
68 65

Vojvodjanska Banka AD

Serbia 1 039 -2.52% -17.8 2.4
69 70

Credit Europe Bank (Romania) SA*

Romania 1 005 9.14% 8.6 6.8
70 68

ProCredit Bank Bulgaria AD

Bulgaria 1 004 6.13% 16.4 19.2