Based on a comparison of 7 banks among Intesa SanPaolo New Europe, Privredna Banka Zagreb produced the highest net profit in 2017, followed by VUB Banka and Bank Intesa Serbia.
Privredna Banka Zagreb made a net profit of HRK 1,331 mil, down 19.8% compared to the previous year. Historically, the bank’s net profit reached an all time high of HRK 1,660 mil in 2016 and an all time low of HRK 28.0 mil in 1997. The average profit in the last five years amounted to HRK 1,032 mil.
The bank generated an average return on equity of 6.84% for its shareholders in the last five years with a maximum of 10.3% and a minimum of 2.48%.
Comparing Privredna Banka Zagreb with its closest peers, VUB Banka generated a net profit of HRK 1,309 mil with a ROE of 11.2% in 2017, Bank Intesa Serbia netted HRK 728 mil (ROE of 9.75%) and CIB Bank announced a net profit of HRK 593 mil giving a ROE of 11.4%.
|Privredna Banka Zagreb||HRK mil||1,268||1,014||821||985||365|
|CIB Bank||HUF mil||-37,306||-151,873||-136,744||-104,140||-40,224|
|VUB Banka||EUR mil||177||120||135||146||164|
|Intesa Sanpaolo Bank Slovenia||EUR mil||17.9||7.60||2.70||7.07||11.8|
|Bank Intesa Serbia||RSD mil||9,591||9,493||8,608||6,809||8,585|
|Intesa Sanpaolo Turkey||TRY mil||...||...||...||...||37.8||45.4|
|PBZ Stambena Stedionica||HRK mil||9.51||15.9||15.7||17.5||15.8|