Based on a comparison of 10 banks among UniCredit New Europe in 2017, UniCredit Bulbank was the most cost efficient bank, followed by UniCredit Bank Russia and Yapi Kredi Bank.
UniCredit Bulbank's cost to income ratio reached 31.6% in 2017, down from 32.0% when compared to the last year. Historically, the bank’s costs reached an all time high of 45.8% in 2001 and an all time low of 22.9% in 2000.
When compared to total assets, bank's cost amounted to 1.39% in 2017, down from 1.40% a year earlier.
Comparing UniCredit Bulbank with its closest peers, UniCredit Bank Russia operated in 2017 with a cost to income ratio of 34.4%, Yapi Kredi Bank reached 42.5% and UniCredit Bank Serbia some 43.2%.
|Costs (As % Of Income)||Unit||2010||2011||2012||2013||2014||2015||2016||2017|
|UniCredit Czech Republic||%||40.4||45.1||44.8||47.7||49.4|
|UniCredit Bank Hungary||%||46.4||53.0||65.9||76.8||52.6|
|UniCredit Bank Slovenia||%||50.2||51.9||56.7||59.3||53.3|
|UniCredit Bank Serbia||%||33.7||35.5||35.6||38.7||39.3|
|Yapi Kredi Bank||%||42.5||40.9||40.3||49.3||49.0|
|UniCredit Tiriac Bank||%||49.9||51.3||51.3||50.7||51.0|
|UniCredit Bank Russia||%||31.4||30.8||25.9||31.5||30.7|