|Total Revenue from operation Activities||4,724,893||4,769,582||5,016,273|
|Return on sales||%||%||%|
|Net earnings per share (EPS)||370.90||347.28||230.12|
|Return on assets||0.81%||0.79%||0.54%|
|Return on equity||7.63%||7.49%||5.22%|
|Price to earnings||7.44||8.22||9.97|
|Book value per share||4,858.55||4,636.07||4,411.08|
|Price to Book Value||0.57||0.62||0.52|
|Dividend Per Share||180.00||150.00||125.00|
Komercijalna Banka AD Skopje is a bank that offers universal banking services.
Besides developed lending, the Bank has an extensive network of subsidiaries and branches throughout the country. The Bank provides a broad range of services to individuals and legal persons such as domestic and international payment, trading in securities, money transfer via Western Union, custodial and other operations. The bank has established an online banking presence offering e-banking services for various kinds of electronic payments.
Komercijalna banka AD Skopje offers asset management services through it’s asset management company KB Publikum AD Skopje and is main shareholder in the pension insurance company KB Prvo penzikso drustvo AD Skopje.
Hari Kostov – President and Chief Executive Officer
Ilija Iloski – Chief Operative Officer
Maja Stevkova Sterieva - Chief Financial Officer
Taki Fiti Ph.D.
Sasho Naumoski, independent member
Aleksandra Maksimovska, independent member
Non-trade transfers of listed companies' shareAccording to the data from the Central Securities Depository we inform about non-trade transfers of listed companies' sharesSymbolsPrice movementVolumeSymbol dataMarket segment:Super Listing - Ordinary sharesISIN:MKKMBS101019Total shares2,279,067Last trade: 11/14/2018Max Price:5,396.00Min Price:5,356.00Avg Price:5,388.84Volume:411Value:2,214,814Trades:8Last 52 weeksMax Price:5,699.00Min Price:2,629.00Volume:323,935Value:1,370,301,150Trades:4,883
* the average price is from the last trading day
**data doesn't inculde block trades
*** the ordinary shares and the priority shares own by the Pension and Disability Insurance Fund of the Republic of Macedonia – PDIF (if they are issued) are summed up. The priority shares own by the PDIF are converted in ordinary shares at the moment of sale.Historical Data