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Comparison of 18 Banks in Serbia

This Annual Statistical Dossier offers a comparison of 18 Serbian banks from 2002 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 18 Serbian banks from 2002 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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Based on a comparison of 14 banks in Serbia in 2017, Addiko Bank Serbia was paying its employees the best, followed by Societe Generale Serbia and UniCredit Bank Serbia.

Addiko Bank Serbia employed 595 persons in 2017, down 6.89% when

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Based on a comparison of 14 banks in Serbia in 2017, Addiko Bank Serbia was paying its employees the best, followed by Societe Generale Serbia and UniCredit Bank Serbia.

Addiko Bank Serbia employed 595 persons in 2017, down 6.89% when compared to the previous year. Historically, the bank's workforce hit an all time high of 872 persons in 2011 and an all time low of 595 in 2017.

Average cost reached 204,230 per employee, 2.52% more than a year ago. This figure was 104,412 some 10 years ago.

Staff accounted for 32.3% of total operating expenditures in 2017.

Comparing Addiko Bank Serbia with its closest peers, Societe Generale Serbia had 1,451 employees with average cost of 198,469 per person, UniCredit Bank Serbia operated with 1,286 people (and 187,581 per employee) and NLB Serbia had 431 employees in 2017 with cost of 185,214 per head.

The average staff cost per employee reached 153,564 in the Serbian banking sector in 2017.

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 Serbian banks in the report section.

Based on a comparison of 15 banks in Serbia, AIK Banka produced the highest net profit in 2017, followed by Bank Intesa Serbia and Komercijalna Banka Beograd.

AIK Banka made a net profit of 12,080, up 178% compared to the previous

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Based on a comparison of 15 banks in Serbia, AIK Banka produced the highest net profit in 2017, followed by Bank Intesa Serbia and Komercijalna Banka Beograd.

AIK Banka made a net profit of 12,080, up 178% compared to the previous year. Historically, the bank’s net profit reached an all time high of 12,080 in 2017 and an all time low of 1,017 in 2003. The average profit in the last five years amounted to 4,697.

The bank generated an average return on equity of 8.58% for its shareholders in the last five years with a maximum of 21.2% and a minimum of 2.47%.

Comparing AIK Banka with its closest peers, Bank Intesa Serbia generated a net profit of 11,848 with a ROE of 9.75% in 2017, Komercijalna Banka Beograd netted 8,268 (ROE of 13.9%) and UniCredit Bank Serbia announced a net profit of 6,782 giving a ROE of 10.0%.

The net profit of the Serbia’s banking sector amounted to 63,572 in 2017, up 246% compared to the previous year. Heading up the rankings, AIK Banka accounted for 19.0% of the sector’s net profit in 2017. The top 3 companies held a 50.6% share while the five largest firms some 71.7% 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 Serbian banks in the report section.

Based on a comparison of 13 banks in Serbia in 2016, Bank Intesa Serbia had the most employees, followed by Komercijalna Banka Beograd and Banka Postanska Stedionica.

Bank Intesa Serbia employed 3,032 persons in 2016, up 0.731% when

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Based on a comparison of 13 banks in Serbia in 2016, Bank Intesa Serbia had the most employees, followed by Komercijalna Banka Beograd and Banka Postanska Stedionica.

Bank Intesa Serbia employed 3,032 persons in 2016, up 0.731% when compared to the previous year. Historically, the bank's workforce hit an all time high of 3,200 persons in 2011 and an all time low of 2,028 in 2003.

Average cost reached RSD 157,725 per month per month per employee, 4.26% more than a year ago. This figure was RSD 61,030 per month some 10 years ago.

Comparing Bank Intesa Serbia with its closest peers, Komercijalna Banka Beograd had 2,858 employees with average cost of RSD 147,524 per month per person, Banka Postanska Stedionica operated with 1,724 people (and RSD 105,063 per month per employee) and Raiffeisenbank Serbia had 1,458 employees in 2016 with cost RSD 1,458 per month per head.

Serbian banking sector employed 23,847 people in 2016. The average staff cost per employee reached RSD 150,282 per month.

You can see all the banks employees data on the Employees indicator page or you can download a report on the Serbian banks in the report section.

Based on a comparison of 15 banks in Serbia, Bank Intesa Serbia produced the highest net profit in 2016, followed by UniCredit Bank Serbia and Raiffeisenbank Serbia.

Bank Intesa Serbia made a net profit of 9,924, up 15.6% compared

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Based on a comparison of 15 banks in Serbia, Bank Intesa Serbia produced the highest net profit in 2016, followed by UniCredit Bank Serbia and Raiffeisenbank Serbia.

Bank Intesa Serbia made a net profit of 9,924, up 15.6% compared to the previous year. Historically, the bank’s net profit reached an all time high of 9,924 in 2016 and an all time low of 100 in 2002. The average profit in the last five years amounted to 8,684.

The bank generated an average return on equity of 8.61% for its shareholders in the last five years with a maximum of 11.1% and a minimum of 6.67%.

Comparing Bank Intesa Serbia with its closest peers, UniCredit Bank Serbia generated a net profit of 6,273 with a ROE of 9.94% in 2016, Raiffeisenbank Serbia netted 5,411 (ROE of 9.73%) and AIK Banka announced a net profit of 4,338 giving a ROE of 8.24%.

The net profit of the Serbia’s banking sector amounted to 18,352 in 2016, up 146% compared to the previous year. Heading up the rankings, Bank Intesa Serbia accounted for 54.1% of the sector’s net profit in 2016. The top 3 companies held a 118% share while the five largest firms some 162% in 2016.

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

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