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SEE TOP 100, published by SeeNews, is the only annual ranking of the biggest companies, banks and insurers in Southeast Europe.
Apart from the flagship ranking, which covers the top companies registered in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, North Macedonia, Moldova, Montenegro, Romania, Serbia and Slovenia, the publication features rankings of the biggest banks and insurers in our region, the most dynamic companies and most profitable industries. These are complemented by interviews with key industry players, market insights from our analysts and macroeconomic profiles of the countries in our region.
October 7, 2022As everywhere in the world, it all started to deteriorate with the COVID-19 pandemic. Pre-pandemic real GDP growth of 3.9...
October 18, 2021Amid global lockdowns and a steep economic downturn, companies in Southeast Europe (SEE) booked only a modest decline in sales,...
October 18, 2021Romanian state-owned hydropower producer Hidroelectrica claimed the top spot in the ranking of the most profitable companies among the SEE...
October 18, 2021The combined net profit of the top 100 insurers in Southeastern Europe (SEE) went down to 476.4 million euro in...
October 12, 2022When Aurubis took over the smelter in Srednogorie region, located between the towns Pirdop and Zlatitsa we were mainly focused...
October 10, 2022Based on strategic starting points and last year’s macroeconomic forecasts for 2022, the Triglav Group plans a profit before tax...
October 7, 2022In less than a year, the company has seen massive improvements from digitalisation of processes to diversification of insurance products,...
January 5, 2022ZAGREB (Croatia), January 5 (SeeNews) - State-owned Croatian Post said it will start offering services of state-controlled Hrvatska Postanska Banka...
- Romanian stock indices end week in the green, One United Properties shines
- Skopje bourse main index rises in trading week ended Sept 22
- Romania's anti-trust body runs checks at Enel Group
- Hrvatski Telekom weighs down Croatia's main share indices
- Bucharest stock indices turn red, Fondul Proprietatea sheds most
- Belgrade bourse indices close mixed, T-bonds boost turnover
- Ljubljana stock exchange indices edge down, Cinkarna Celje paces losers
- Romanian stock indices close in the green, BVB shines
- FSC admits to trade Allianz Bank Bulgaria's 39.5 mln euro bond
What is TOP 100 SEE?
The only annual publication featuring rankings of the biggest companies, banks and insurers in Southeast Europe. Since 2007, TOP 100 SEE is a comprehensive, in-depth guide providing analyses and interviews elaborating on market players’ performance, plans and expectations, industry developments and the challenges faced by the Southeast Europe economies.
In the middle of October 2021 SeeNews released its TOP 100 SEE ranking of the biggest companies in the region of Southeast Europe (SEE) for the 15th consecutive year.
SeeNews TOP 100 SEE is the single in-depth guide to the economies of Southeast Europe, providing a detailed presentation of the top performing businesses in each country.
SeeNews TOP 100 SEE is the only annual ranking of the top companies, banks and insurers in Southeast Europe.
The publication is distributed in English for free to thousands of executives, industry professionals and decision-makers throughout Southeast Europe both in print and digital format.