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Leading banks by return on equity in Italy 2016

Leading banks by return on equity (ROE) in Italy as of 2016

Leading banks by return on equity in Italy 2016 This statistic illustrates a ranking of the leading banks by return on equity (ROE) in Italy as of 2016. Return on equity is an important financial measure and shows net income returned as a percentage of shareholder equity. It is calculated by dividing net income by total shareholder's equity. It can be seen that Banca IMI SpA had the largest return on equity at that time, with a value of 15.4 percent. Mediobanca ranked second for the same period, with a ROE of 7.2 percent. The bank with the smallest return on equity at that time was Banca Populare di Vicenca, with a calculated ROE of almost negative 45 percent as of 2016.
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Leading banks by return on equity (ROE) in Italy as of 2016

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This statistic illustrates a ranking of the leading banks by return on equity (ROE) in Italy as of 2016. Return on equity is an important financial measure and shows net income returned as a percentage of shareholder equity. It is calculated by dividing net income by total shareholder's equity. It can be seen that Banca IMI SpA had the largest return on equity at that time, with a value of 15.4 percent. Mediobanca ranked second for the same period, with a ROE of 7.2 percent. The bank with the smallest return on equity at that time was Banca Populare di Vicenca, with a calculated ROE of almost negative 45 percent as of 2016.
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