Hungarian OTP Bank Bigger Than European Rivals

  • 24 Oct 2019 9:03 AM
  • Hungary Around the Clock
Hungarian OTP Bank Bigger Than European Rivals
OTP Bank shares ended trading on the Budapest Stock Exchange on Tuesday at a record high of Ft 13,540, an increase of 1.3%, on strong volume.

The market value of OTP exceeds Ft 3.7 trillion, more than that of Poland’s largest bank PKO, or that of Dutch bank ABN Amro or Austria’s Raiffeisen, Portfolio noted.

The market value of OTP is now some 66% higher than that of Commerzbank, the second largest German bank. It is only 32% below Deutsche Bank and 17% below Erste Bank’s market capitalisation.


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