Operating revenue was HRK 2.8 billion, down 1.8% on the year, while operating costs were HRK 1.2 billion, up by HRK 9 million on the year. The cost-revenue ratio was 42.3%.
The bank’s assets totaled HRK 131.3 billion, up 5.5% on the year, while net lending totalled HRK 68.6 billion, up by HRK 1.1 billion as a result of higher exposure to the government.
Client deposits were the primary source of financing and totalled HRK 106.9 billion, including a HRK 8.7 billion increase resulting mainly from household and corporate deposits.
Deposits by credit institutions were HRK 2.6 billion, down by HRK 3.1 billion.
According to a consolidated financial report for the first nine months of 2021, the Zagrebačka Banka Group generated HRK 1.28 billion in profit after taxes, up 16.2% on the year, the main contributors being Zagrebačka Banka, UniCredit Bank Mostar and UniCredit Leasing Croatia.
The group’s operating revenue was HRK 3.6 billion, down 3.9% on the year, while operating costs were HRK 1.7 billion, down by HRK 4 million.
(€1 = HRK 7.5)