Net gains of top 5 Serbia's banks total RSD 26.17 billion
Top five banks in Serbia recorded net gains of RSD 26.17 billion at the end of 2013, the National Bank of Serbia (NBS) released.
On the other hand, the latest NBS quarterly report on the banking sector shows that five banks which operated with least success at the end of 2013 recorded net losses of RSD 28.25 billion.
According to NBS, Banca Intesa operated with greatest success and recorded net gains of RSD 9.21 billion at the end of 2013, while Raiffeisen Bank ranked second with net gains at RSD 6.15 billion.
Komercijalna banka claimed the third place on the list with net gains worth RSD 4.58 billion, followed by UniCredit Bank with net gains at RSD 3.69 billion and ProCredit Bank with RSD 2.51 billion.
According to the NBS report, the list of banks which recorded highest net losses at the end of 2013 included NLB Bank with RSD 9.88 billion worth of losses, while KBC Bank ranked second with RSD 7.43 billion worth of losses.
Hypo Alpe-Adria-Bank ranks third with the lost at RSD 4.72 billion, followed by OTP Bank with RSD 4.65 billion worth of loss, while Alpha Bank ranks fifth on the list with RSD 1.55 billion worth of losses, the NBS data show.