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Polish lenders continue to lead the way in our ranking of the largest banks in central and eastern European EU member states. Poland accounts for more than one-third of overall assets in the ranking, just under one-third of pre-tax profits and 18 of the top 100 banks. Interestingly, a consolidation wave continues across the region, though some of the expected mergers in Poland have stalled. Hungary’s biggest bank, OTP, continues to grow its footprint, acquiring regional subsidiaries of French bank Société Générale, whereas several Greek institutions continue to shrink their regional reach.
Top 5 Banks
|Bank Name||Latest FYE||Tier 1Capital||Total Assets||Pre-TaxProfits|
|PKO Bank Polski||31-Dec-17||$9,289 m||$85,320 m||$1,489 m|
|Bank Pekao||31-Dec-17||$5,532 m||$53,295 m||$1,056 m|
|Bank Gospodarstwa Kraj...||31-Dec-17||$5,421 m||$21,360 m||$174 m|
|Bank Zachodni WBK||31-Dec-17||$5,224 m||$43,872 m||$1,080 m|
|Ceska Sporitelna||31-Dec-17||$4,740 m||$62,434 m||$847 m|