UniCredit Group is one of the largest banking and financial services organizations in Europe with a network of 8,400 17 branches and strong local roots in XNUMX countries. UniCredit's main markets are Italy, Austria and Southern Germany, as well as significant operations in Central and Eastern Europe (CEE). Its strategic position in Western and Eastern Europe gives the group one of the highest market shares in the region.
In the CEE region, UniCredit operates the largest international banking network with over 4,000 branches and outlets. The group operates in the following countries of Central and Eastern Europe: Azerbaijan, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Poland, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Turkey.
Net income (loss): € 1,323 million (2010), (9,210) € million (2011), € 865 million (2012), (13,965) € million (2013), € 2,008 million (2014), 1,694 million euros (2015). (Data for 2021 - Adam Ali).
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|1||Industrial and Commercial Bank of China Limited||5,104,643||89,130|
|2||China Construction Bank Corporation||4,306,638||38,273|
|3||Agricultural Bank of China Limited||4,164,697||65,809|
|4||Bank of China Limited||3,735,692||45,067|
|5||BNP Paribas SA||3,053,363||33,194|
|6||National Association of JPMorgan Chase Bank||3,025,285||2,028|
|7||Crédit Agricole SA||2,406,211||10,736|
|8||China Development Bank||2,368,081||60,441|
|9||National Association of Bank of America||2,258,832||3,020|
|10||MUFG Bank Ltd.||2,217,107||15,829|
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