This is a list of banks in Serbia.

Central bank

Commercial banks

As of 15 March 2023, there are 21 licensed commercial banks in Serbia.[1] For each of them, there is a balance sheet total from 30 September 2022,[2] and number of employees as of 31 December 2020.

Column Explanation
Bank Bank's name in a simplified form
Capital Majority owner origin
Headquarters Location of bank's headquarters in Serbia
Assets Amount of total assets of bank in million euros in given fiscal year
Equity Amount of equity of bank in million euros in given fiscal year
Ratio Equity to assets ratio percentage
Employees Number of people working at the bank
Bank Capital Headquarters Assets Equity Ratio Employees
3 banka Germany Novi Sad 201 40 19,90 441
Addiko Bank a.d. Austria Belgrade 895 196 21,90 555
AIK Banka Serbia Belgrade 3,469 709 20,44 618
Alta banka Serbia Belgrade 331 37 11,18 130
API Bank a.d. Grenada Belgrade 110 17 15,45 92
Banca Intesa Italy Belgrade 6,773 897 13,24 3,147
Banka Poštanska štedionica Serbia Belgrade 3,292 188 5,71 2,235
Bank of China Srbija China Belgrade 333 20 6,00 29
Expobank a.d. Montenegro Belgrade 142 26 18,31 130
Erste Bank Austria Novi Sad 2,933 327 11,15 1,212
Eurobank Direktna Serbia Belgrade 2,481 316 12,74 1,452
Halkbank Turkey Belgrade 879 128 14,56 538
Mirabank United Arab Emirates Belgrade 55 20 36,36 38
Mobi Banka Czech Republic Belgrade 204 31 15,20 235
NLB Komercijalna banka Slovenia Belgrade 4,609 725 15,73 3,021
OTP Banka Srbija Hungary Novi Sad 6,264 854 13,63 1,880
ProCredit Bank a.d. Germany Belgrade 1,294 157 12,13 390
Raiffeisen Banka Austria Belgrade 4,501 543 12,06 1,586
RBA Bank Austria Novi Sad 1,388 144 10,37 953
Srpska banka Serbia Belgrade 205 23 11,22 71
UniCredit Bank Serbia Italy Belgrade 4,877 684 14,03 1,308
Total 45,236 6,082 13,34 21,270

Recent name changes

This is a list of recent (in last five years) name changes of currently active banks due to change of ownership structure:

Defunct banks

These are banks that either lost their licence due to the accumulated debts and insolvency, or went into bankruptcy, or merged into another bank:[3]

In process of merging

Representative offices of foreign banks

As of 21 March 2023, these are the registered representative offices of foreign banks within the National Bank of Serbia:[6]

See also

References

  1. ^ "List of banks". nbs.rs. Retrieved 17 March 2023.
  2. ^ "Bilans stanja/uspeha banaka". nbs.rs (in Serbian). NBS. Retrieved 17 March 2023.
  3. ^ "Banke u stečaju". aod.rs (in Serbian). Agencija za osiguranje depozita. Retrieved 21 March 2015.
  4. ^ a b c d Marković, Radmila (9 January 2022). "U jednom danu pre 20 godina četiri najveće banke otišle u stečaj". danas.rs (in Serbian). Retrieved 17 March 2023.
  5. ^ "Serbia's AIK Banka to acquire Eurobank Direktna for 280 mln euro". SeeNews. Retrieved 16 March 2023.
  6. ^ "Predstavništva stranih banaka". nbs.rs (in Serbian). Retrieved 21 March 2023.