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2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

income statement

4.28 6.06 12.2 17.8    
8.11 12.1 28.8 74.8    
0.940 1.57 16.1 54.7    
0.752 0.754 4.64 0.069    

balance sheet

... ... ... ...    
85.6 136 214 218    
18.0 12.7 45.6 102    
169 217 425 818    
12.5 18.2 30.7 57.0    
... ... ... ...    
136 172 264 488    
... ... ... ...    

ratios

6.03% 4.91% 18.9% 0.157%    
0.445% 0.390% 1.44% 0.011%    
4.24% 5.43% 3.95% 3.24%    
88.4% 87.0% 44.1% 26.9%    
11.5% 12.1% 10.9% 10.4%    
2.53% 3.13% 3.79% 2.87%    
52.9% 50.2% 42.4% 23.8%    
16.1% 15.6% 9.59% 5.28%    
... ... ... ...    
7.37% 8.38% 7.23% 6.98%    
62.7% 79.2% 81.2% 44.7%    
50.6% 62.7% 50.4% 26.7%    
3.30% 3.60% 3.80% 4.40%    
114% 82.5% 113% 118%    

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2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

income statement

Interest Income RUB bil
Interest Cost RUB bil
Net Interest Income RUB bil
Net Fee Income RUB bil
Other Income RUB bil
Total Revenues RUB bil
Staff Cost RUB bil
Depreciation RUB bil
Other Cost RUB bil
Operating Cost RUB bil
Operating Profit RUB bil
Provisions RUB bil
Extra and Other Cost RUB bil
Pre-Tax Profit RUB bil
Tax RUB bil
Minorities RUB bil
Net Profit RUB bil
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4.28 6.06 12.2 17.8    
1.30 1.89 2.76 3.95    
2.52 4.12 13.8 53.1    
8.11 12.1 28.8 74.8    
... ... ... ...    
... ... ... ...    
... ... ... ...    
7.16 10.5 12.7 20.1    
0.940 1.57 16.1 54.7    
-0.005 0.775 10.1 54.4    
0 0 0 < -0.001    
0.945 0.793 6.00 0.297    
0.193 0.039 1.37 0.228    
0 0 0 0    
0.752 0.754 4.64 0.069    

growth rates

... 41.4% 101% 46.2%    
... 45.0% 46.0% 43.2%    
... 48.9% 138% 160%    
... 46.5% 20.8% 58.7%    
... 66.8% 925% 240%    
... -16.1% 657% -95.1%    
... 0.266% 515% -98.5%    

market share

0.204% 0.266% 0.478% 1.12%    
0.095% 0.104% 0.953% 0.081%   ...
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2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

balance sheet

... ... ... ...    
... ... ... ...    
85.6 136 214 218    
9.18 17.7 43.0 46.8    
... ... ... ...    
... ... ... ...    
76.4 119 171 171    
18.0 12.7 45.6 102    
... ... ... ...    
169 217 425 818    
12.5 18.2 30.7 57.0    
... ... ... ...    
157 199 394 761    
... ... ... ...    
136 172 264 488    
85.5 106 209 397    
51.0 66.0 54.5 91.2    
... ... ... ...    
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asset quality

2.94 5.06 8.50 10.1    
88.9 140 224 230    
3.33 4.17 9.60 11.9    

growth rates

... 59.2% 57.2% 1.83%    
... 92.4% 144% 8.85%    
... ... ... ... ...  
... ... ... ... ...  
... 55.2% 44.3% 0.071%    
... 28.5% 95.4% 92.5%    
... 46.1% 68.6% 85.7%    
... 26.1% 53.4% 84.9%    
... 24.0% 97.5% 89.5%    
... 29.5% -17.4% 67.2%    

market share

0.286% 0.383% 0.471% 0.444%    
0.411% 0.561% 0.625% 0.563%    
... ... ... ...    
0.119% 0.177% 0.380% 0.438%    
... ... ... ...    
0.363% 0.401% 0.582% 1.06%    
0.664% 0.722% 0.840% 1.30%    
0.600% 0.625% 1.13% 1.71%    
0.530% 0.609% 0.321% 0.479%    

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2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017

ratios

6.03% 4.91% 18.9% 0.157%    
0.445% 0.390% 1.44% 0.011%    
4.24% 5.43% 3.95% 3.24%    
88.4% 87.0% 44.1% 26.9%    
11.5% 12.1% 10.9% 10.4%    
7.70% 8.50% 7.50% 9.00%    
2.53% 3.13% 3.79% 2.87%    
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52.9% 50.2% 42.4% 23.8%    
16.1% 15.6% 9.59% 5.28%    
31.1% 34.1% 48.1% 70.9%    
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7.37% 8.38% 7.23% 6.98%    
62.7% 79.2% 81.2% 44.7%    
50.6% 62.7% 50.4% 26.7%    
3.30% 3.60% 3.80% 4.40%    
114% 82.5% 113% 118%    
3.89% 3.06% 4.48% 5.46%    
-0.006% 0.699% 5.75% 25.2%    

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Comparison of 17 Banks in Russia

This Annual Statistical Dossier offers a comparison of 17 Russian banks from 1997 to 2017 on an annual basis. The report can be downloaded as an Excel file.

You will find here the key numbers from the banks' balance sheets such as loan and deposit breakdown, or capitalization, income statements for the sector and the main ratios related to the banking

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This Annual Statistical Dossier offers a comparison of 17 Russian banks from 1997 to 2017 on an annual basis. The report can be downloaded as an Excel file.

You will find here the key numbers from the banks' balance sheets such as loan and deposit breakdown, or capitalization, income statements for the sector and the main ratios related to the banking business such as asset quality, number and cost of employees or details on banking infrastructure.

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Alternatively, you can find similar data for the Czech banking sector in the banking Sector Profile.

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Based on a comparison of 18 banks in Russia, Sberbank produced the highest net profit in 2017, followed by VTB Bank and Alfa Bank.

Sberbank made a net profit of RUB 750 bil, up 38.8% compared to the previous year. Historically,

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Based on a comparison of 18 banks in Russia, Sberbank produced the highest net profit in 2017, followed by VTB Bank and Alfa Bank.

Sberbank made a net profit of RUB 750 bil, up 38.8% compared to the previous year. Historically, the bank’s net profit reached an all time high of RUB 750 bil in 2017 and an all time low of RUB 13.9 bil in 2003. The average profit in the last five years amounted to RUB 434 bil.

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, VTB Bank generated a net profit of RUB 120 bil with a ROE of 8.32% in 2017, Alfa Bank netted RUB 47.1 bil (ROE of 13.2%) and Gazprombank announced a net profit of RUB 33.8 bil giving a ROE of 6.31%.

The net profit of the Russia’s banking sector amounted to RUB 503,411 bil in 2017, down 23.2% compared to the previous year. Heading up the rankings, Sberbank accounted for 0.149% of the sector’s net profit in 2017. The top 3 companies held a 0.182% share while the five largest firms some 0.195% in 2017.

You can see all the banks net profit data on the Net Profit indicator page or you can download a report on the Russian banks in the report section.

Based on a comparison of 18 banks in Russia in 2017, Sberbank generated the largest revenues, followed by VTB Bank and Gazprombank.

Sberbank reported total revenues of RUB 1,903 bil, up 12.1% compared to the previous year.

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Based on a comparison of 18 banks in Russia in 2017, Sberbank generated the largest revenues, followed by VTB Bank and Gazprombank.

Sberbank reported total revenues of RUB 1,903 bil, up 12.1% compared to the previous year. Historically, the bank’s revenues containing of interest, fee and other non-interest income reached an all time high of RUB 1,903 bil in 2017 and an all time low of RUB 112 bil in 2003. The average revenue in the last five years amounted to RUB 1,487 bil.

Bank's total revenues accounted for 7.02% of total assets in 2017, up from 6.69% a year earlier.

Comparing Sberbank with its closest peers, VTB Bank generated total revenues of RUB 598 bil, or 4.60% of assets in 2017, Gazprombank operated with RUB 154 bil total income, or 2.78% revenue margin and Alfa Bank produced total income worth RUB 137 bil, or 5.33% of assets.

Russian banking sector generated total revenues of RUB 10,903,149 bil in 2017, down 16.9% when compared to the previous year. As a result, the top ranked company - Sberbank accounted for 0.017% of the sector’s total income in 2017. The top 3 companies held a 0.024% share while the five largest firms some 0.027% in 2017.

You can see all the banks revenues data on the Total Revenues indicator page or you can download a report on the Russian banks in the report section.

Based on a comparison of 17 banks in Russia in 2017, UniCredit Bank Russia was paying its employees the best, followed by Raiffeisenbank Russia and Promsvyazbank.

UniCredit Bank Russia employed 4,044 persons in 2017, down 0.979% when

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Based on a comparison of 17 banks in Russia in 2017, UniCredit Bank Russia was paying its employees the best, followed by Raiffeisenbank Russia and Promsvyazbank.

UniCredit Bank Russia employed 4,044 persons in 2017, down 0.979% when compared to the previous year. Historically, the bank's workforce hit an all time high of 4,084 persons in 2016 and an all time low of 2,814 in 2007.

Average cost reached RUB 182,354 per month per employee, 2.16% more than a year ago. This figure was RUB 90,411 per month some 10 years ago.

Staff accounted for 49.7% of total operating expenditures in 2017.

Comparing UniCredit Bank Russia with its closest peers, Raiffeisenbank Russia had 8,171 employees with average cost of RUB 146,485 per month per person, Promsvyazbank operated with 9,500 people (and RUB 138,895 per month per employee) and VTB Bank had 96,957 employees in 2017 with cost of RUB 133,392 per month per head.

You can see all the banks cost per employee data on the Cost Per Employee indicator page or you can download a report on the Russian banks in the report section.

Based on a comparison of 17 banks in Russia in 2017, Raiffeisenbank Russia was the best capitalised bank, followed by Credit Bank of Moscow and Rosbank.

Raiffeisenbank Russia's capital adequacy ratio reached 24.7%, down from 26.3%

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Based on a comparison of 17 banks in Russia in 2017, Raiffeisenbank Russia was the best capitalised bank, followed by Credit Bank of Moscow and Rosbank.

Raiffeisenbank Russia's capital adequacy ratio reached 24.7%, down from 26.3% when compared to the previous year. Historically, the bank’s capital ratio hit an all time high of 26.3% in 2016 and an all time low of 11.2% in 2007.

Comparing Raiffeisenbank Russia with its closest peers, Credit Bank of Moscow ended the year 2017 with a capital adequacy ratio at 23.4%, Rosbank with 21.0% and UniCredit Bank Russia some 18.2% at the end of 2017.

The average capital adequacy reached 12.1% in the Russian banking sector in 2017.

You can see all the banks capital adequacy ratio data on the Capital Adequacy Ratio indicator page or you can download a report on the Russian banks in the report section.

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B&N Bank's net profit fell 388% to RUB -8.85 bil in 2017
B&N Bank's npls (as % of loans) rose 38.9% to 11.0% in 2017
B&N Bank's retail deposits fell 10.8% to RUB 519 bil in 2017
B&N Bank's net interest income rose 124% to RUB 29.3 bil in 2017
B&N Bank's customer loans fell 55.5% to RUB 121 bil in 2017
B&N Bank's total revenues rose 77.7% to RUB 40.5 bil in 2017
B&N Bank's customer deposits fell 21.0% to RUB 586 bil in 2017
B&N Bank's capital adequacy ratio fell 25.5% to 10.8% in 2017
B&N Bank's corporate deposits fell 58.1% to RUB 67.3 bil in 2017
B&N Bank's corporate loans fell 39.6% to RUB 152 bil in 2017
B&N Bank's customer loan growth fell 322% to -55.5% in 2017