Cost-to-income ratio for selected African banks 2016

This statistic presents the cost-to-income ratio for selected African banks in 2016. Capitec Bank, based in South Africa, had the lowest cost-to-income ratio at 34 percent, while the highest belonged to Lagos-based UBA at 63 percent.

Cost-to-income ratio for selected African banks in 2016

Cost-to-income ratio
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Release date

February 2018

Region

Worldwide, Africa

Survey time period

2016

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