National Bank of Greece's capital adequacy ratio reached 14.6% at the end of 2015, up from 13.6% when compared to the previous year. Historically, the bank’s capital ratio hit an all time high of 15.6% in 2006 and an all time low of -6.10% in 2012.
The Tier 1 ratio amounted to 14.6% at the end of 2015, up from 13.5% compared to a year earlier.
Bank's loan to deposit ratio reached 106% at the end of 2015, up from 105% when compared to the previous year. Some 10 years ago, loan to deposit ratio of the bank amounted to 68.1%.
When compared to bank's main peers, Alpha Bank Group ended the year 2015 with a capital adequacy ratio at 16.8% and loans to deposits of 147%, Piraeus Bank Group with 17.5% and 130% respectively and Eurobank Group some 17.4% in terms of capital adequacy and 127% of loans to deposits at the end of 2015.