Cost of risk among European banks in 2012 and 2013, by type of bank

This statistic presents the cost of risk share of European banks income for 2012 and 2013, listed by a type of bank. For domestic retail banks and international banks, the share of cost of risk has decreased from 2012 to 2013, amounting to 20 percent for domestic retail banks and 23 percent for international banks in 2013.

Cost of risk as a share of bank income in Europe in 2012 and 2013, by type of bank

20122013
Universal banks14%17%
SFS specialists15%17%
International retail banks26%23%
Domestic retail banks27%20%
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Source

Release date

July 2014

Region

Europe

Survey time period

2012 and 2013

Supplementary notes

The cost of risk definition is "a quantitative measurement of the total costs (losses, risk control costs, risk financing costs and administration costs) as compared to a business sales, assets and number of employees. The purpose of such measure is to determine if the total costs of risk are increasing, decreasing or remaining constant, as a function of the business's economic activity".

100 key European banks, representing approximately 90 percent of the EU 27 banking industry, were screened for the study.

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