2166SFIL posts very solid 2020 results, illustrating the resilience and relevance of its public development bank model in the context of a crisis of exceptional scale.

SFIL posts very solid 2020 results, illustrating the resilience and relevance of its public development bank model in the context of a crisis of exceptional scale.

  • SFIL posts very solid 2020 results, illustrating the resilience and relevance of its public development bank model in the context of a crisis of exceptional scale.

    Posted 31 March, 2021 | Category : News, Press releases.

    On the occasion of the publication of its annual financial report, SFIL announces net income of EUR 44 million for 2020 (compared with EUR 50 million in 2019), a cost/income ratio of 63% (65% in 2019) and an excellent CET1 solvency level of 29.4% (24.4% in 2019).

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