The local lender has reported through a press release a “significant liquidity, with deposits reaching €3.241 million and loan to deposit ratio (excluding loans secured by deposits) of 30%.”
The capital adequacy ratio stood at 30.6% and the common equity tier I (CET1) ratio at 27.1%%.
Moreover, Eurobank said that Low Non-Performing Exposures with NPE ratio (on the basis of the new Directive of the European Banking Authority, EBA) stood at 6.8% as at 31 December 2015.
“The positive course of the Cypriot economy allows our country to exit the memorandum soon. The return to international markets and the positive growth create a positive environment for the future,” continued the release.