This is the second issue of the CEE SME Banking Report. The report is structured around Central and Eastern Europe with a detailed regional analysis of the following countries: Bulgaria, Hungary, Poland, Romania, and Serbia.
When preparing the report, data from state statistical services, central banks, annual bank reports and other public sources of information were used.
The data was current as of January 1, 2018; where information was unavailable as of that date, the latest available data on the bank was used.
This report includes a series of annual reviews of regional markets, allowing you to familiarize yourself with the situation in other markets, in particular the СEE countries.
It is not our intention to present a perfect picture with this report, but we are sure that
we can achieve a clearer perspective on the state of development in the SME banking
segment and its potential by working together.
In the end, this will contribute to improving the efficiency of business management and
the quality of managerial decisions by top managers of financial organizations, as well as
generate greater interest in the segment from both existing and new players.
Knowledge is power, and we will have achieved our goal if this information gives you more significant insights into your daily work and strategic plans.
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