National Bank of Pakistan operates in the Commercial banks sector.
In addition to historical fundamental analyses, the complete report available to purchase compares National Bank of Pakistan with three other
companies in this sector in Pakistan:
Allied Bank Ltd
sales of 63.62 billion Pakistan Rupees [US$586.53 million]
of which 88%
was Commercial Banking),
Habib Bank Limited
(130.97 billion Pakistan Rupees [US$1.21 billion]
of which 30%
was Retail Banking), and
Standard Chartered Bank (Pakistan) Limited
(39.46 billion Pakistan Rupees [US$363.80 million]
of which 39%
was Consumer Banking).
National Bank of Pakistan reported sales of 123.88 billion Pakistan Rupees (US$1.14 billion)
December of 2012.
increase of 7.4%
versus 2011, when the company's sales were 115.35 billion Pakistan Rupees.
Sales at National Bank of Pakistan have increased during each of the previous five years
(and since 2007, sales have increased a total of 92%).
Sales of Assets Management saw an increase
that was more than double the company's growth rate: sales were up
161.1% in 2012, from
299.74 million Pakistan Rupees to 782.60 million Pakistan Rupees.
National Bank of Pakistan also saw significant increases in sales in
Commercial Banking (up 33.0% to 52.61 billion Pakistan Rupees)
Agency Services (up 11.5% to 5.43 billion Pakistan Rupees)
Trading and Sales (up 93.3% to 1.19 billion Pakistan Rupees)
Corporate Finance (up 49.2% to 828.19 million Pakistan Rupees)
Retail Brokerage (up 48.2% to 97.99 million Pakistan Rupees)
Not all segments of National Bank of Pakistan experienced an increase in sales in 2012:
sales of Retail Banking fell 65.4% to 6.63 billion Pakistan Rupees.
National Bank of Pakistan also experienced decreases in sales in
Payment and Settlement (down 0.2% to 1.80 billion Pakistan Rupees)