SEE TOP 100 banks is a ranking of the largest banks in Southeast Europe in terms of total assets from non-consolidated balance sheets as of December 31, 2020.
To allow comparison, all local currencies have been converted into euro, using the central banks’ official exchange rates on the last working day of 2020 and 2019, respectively. Local currency figures have been used when calculating year-on-year changes.
All data is sourced from central banks, national commercial registers, financial supervision commissions, bank associations, government and corporate websites, and companies themselves.
The initial pool of companies exceeds 260 banks registered in the region including branches and representative offices of foreign banks.
Gross written premium and net profit/loss figures are in millions of euro.
|2020||2019||Company name||Country||Total assets|
|1||1||Banca Transilvania SA||Romania||21225||18.20%||245.9||339.1|
|2||2||Zagrebacka Banka d.d.||Croatia||16523||5.86%||97.5||209.9|
|3||3||Banca Comerciala Romana SA||Romania||16334||11.33%||160.2||136.4|
|4||5||Privredna Banka Zagreb d.d.||Croatia||12727||9.70%||108.4||252.6|
|5||4||BRD – Groupe Societe Generale SA||Romania||12658||10.35%||195.4||319.8|
|6||6||UniCredit Bulbank AD||Bulgaria||12326||11.41%||114.5||217.4|
|7||12||DSK Bank EAD||Bulgaria||11664||43.45%||98.7||127.2|
|8||7||Nova Ljubljanska Banka d. d.||Slovenia||11027||12.50%||114.0||176.1|
|9||8||ING Bank N.V. Amsterdam Branch Bucharest*||Romania||10984||19.87%||106.8||171.5|
|10||9||Raiffeisen Bank SA||Romania||10532||19.60%||132.3||163.1|