Based on a comparison of 7 banks among Sberbank Group, Sberbank produced the highest net profit in 2017, followed by Sberbank Czech Republic and Prima Banka Slovakia.
Sberbank made a net profit of EUR 11,275 mil, up 49.6% compared to the previous year. Historically, the bank’s net profit reached an all time high of EUR 11,275 mil in 2017 and an all time low of EUR 402 mil in 2003. The average profit in the last five years amounted to EUR 6,960 mil.
The bank generated an average return on equity of 18.1% for its shareholders in the last five years with a maximum of 24.0% and a minimum of 10.2%.
Comparing Sberbank with its closest peers, Sberbank Czech Republic generated a net profit of EUR 16.1 mil with a ROE of 4.96% in 2017, Prima Banka Slovakia netted EUR 14.9 mil (ROE of 6.65%) and Sberbank Serbia announced a net profit of EUR 6.65 mil giving a ROE of 3.38%.
|Sberbank Czech Republic||CZK mil||209||230||383||23.0||272|
|Sberbank Slovenia||EUR mil||0.156||1.16||5.69||-3.46||1.12||...|
|Sberbank Serbia||RSD mil||1,226||1,063||1,550||-498||436||...|
|Sberbank Slovakia||EUR mil||-47.7||3.87||11.2||-19.4||-36.9||...|
|Prima Banka Slovakia||EUR mil||-8.28||-5.63||0.511||5.01||10.5||...|
|Sberbank Croatia||HRK mil||-140||-45.6||30.2||-198||43.1||...|