More key ratios, business area P&L's, etc could be found in our quarterly Fact book, under the heading financial information.
|Key ratios, Swed Bank||2015||2014||2013||2012||2011|
|Return on equity, continuing operations, %||13.5||15.2||14.7||15.6||12.2|
|Return on total assets, %||0.67||0.80||0.68||0.76||0.65|
|Earnings per share before dilution, continuing operations, SEK||14.24||15.17||13.89||13.94||10.41|
|Earnings per share after dilution, continuing operations, SEK||14.14||15.05||13.79||13.88||10.40|
|Equity per share, SEK||111.40||106.35||99.82||93.70||84.40|
|Net Interest Margin||1.01||1.13||1.17||1.12||1.07|
|Common Equity Tier 1 capital ratio, % 1)||24.1||21.2||18.3||15.4||14.3|
|Credit impairment ratio, %||0.04||0.03||0.00||-0.01||-0.14|
|Share of impaired loans, gross %||0.40||0.41||0.55||1.05||1.87|
|Total provision ratio for impaired loans, %||56||53||54||62||62|
|Private customers, million 2)||7.2||7.3||7.2||7.2||7.2|
|Corporate customers, thousands 3)||640||642||624||616||630|
|Full-time employees||13 893||14 583||14 265||14 861||16 287|
1) 2015 and 2014 according to current regulation Basel 3. Prior years figures are Swed Bank’s estimate based on current knowledge of future regulations.
2) Number of private customers in the Baltic countries are reported according to a new defintion as of 2015, lowering the reported number of customers by approximately 0.8 million for 2014. Historical figures have been restated accordingly.
3) In 2011, 60 000 corporate customers with one-man businesses were reclassified as private customers, based on the Swedish Tax Authority’s review of the definition of a company
4) Including savings banks and partly owned banks.