BCR, who continues to be the leader has reported earnings worth almost 76 million euros and has a market share of some 20.4%. BRD, the second player, lost 0.7 percentage points of the market share up to 15%, but reported the biggest net profit of the system: 101 million euros.
Volksbank, holder of the third place, with a market share worth 6.8 percent reported losses worth 36 million euros, whereas Raiffeisen remained on the fourth place (5.9 percent).
Compared to the ranking of late 2008, Greek bank Alpha Bank went down from the 5th place to the 9th place on June 30, according to net assets, reporting a market share of 3.7 percent of 3.7 compared to 5.5 percent six months ago.
According to the market share Alpha Bank is almost equal with Bancpost, Subsidiary of another Greek group, EFG Eurobank.
Even if Bancpost maintained to some 4.8 percent of the overall assets of the system, at the same time it reported ever rising losses.
According to the local standards requested by the central bank (BNR) and the Ministry of Finance, the bank had at the end of H1 net losses worth almost 117 million euros, daily Ziarul Financiar reports.
Instead of Alpha Bank returning on the 5th place was Banca Transilvania with a market share accounting for 5.8%, but with net profit weakened by provisions to 2.6 euros.
State-run CEC advanced to the 9th place from 7th, reaching 5.5% of the system’s assets. In this case, too, the provisions bit off profit, thus CEC remained with a profit on only 4.5 million euros.
ING holds the 10th place according to assets, with a market share of 3.15. The Dutch company reported gross profit worth some 27 million euros, reads the aforementioned daily.