Bank Of Moscow made a net profit of RUB 2.30 bil in 2014, down 93.9% when compared to the last year. This implies a return on equity of 1.14%.
Historically, the bank’s net profit reached an all time high of RUB 37.7 bil in 2013 and an all time low of RUB -69.8 bil in 2010. The average profit in the last five years amounted to RUB 4.66 bil.
The bank generated its shareholders an average return on equity of -10.9% in the last five years with maximum at 24.6% and minimum at -115%
When compared to bank's main peers, Sberbank generated a net profit of RUB 292 bil with ROE of 15.0% in 2014, VTB Bank netted RUB 4.60 bil (ROE of 0.443%) and Alfa Bank announced a net profit of RUB 33.0 bil implying ROE of 0.725%.
Bank Of Moscow has been ranked 92th within the group of 129 banks we follow in terms of return on equity in 2014.