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Shabelle Bank to open its doors as country’s third IFB

The third interest free banking (IFB) provider, Shabelle Bank, is to commence operation with dual head quarter concept.
The bank which was formed with the merger of one of the strongest micro finance institutions, Somali Micro Finance Institution (SMFI) and the under formation Shabelle Bank, has officially received its commercial banking license to boost its operation under full-scale financial scheme.

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Private Banks Continue their profitability for Half of 2022/2021 fiscal year

Private banks in Ethiopia are continuing their profitable trend into the 2022/2021 financial year. According to their half year financial report, most banks were able to double their profitability compared to the 6 months in 2021/2020 financial year.

Awash Bank has managed to earn a gross profit of 4.6 billion birr while Abyssinia Bank grossed 3.3 billion birr for the first 6 months of 2022/2021 half year.

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Annual Report for Financial Performance of Ethiopian Banks for 2021/2020 G.C (2013 E.C) budget year

Most private banks in Ethiopia have reported their annual financial report for the 2021/2020 G.C (2013 E.C) budget year. We have compiled key indicators from their annual financial reports and have also estimated data for remaining banks by carefully analyzing previous year growth, current year’s performance as well as other key factors. The following table will be adjusted whenever new and verified information is available.

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Most profitable Ethiopian Private Banks for 2021 / 2020 fiscal year

A number of private banks in Ethiopia have reported their unaudited gross profits for the 2021 / 2020 G.C (2013 E.C) budget year which ended on June 30, 2021 G.C (ሰኔ 2013). We have estimated the profit of the remaining banks by carefully analyzing previous year growth, current year’s performance as well as other key factors. The following table will be adjusted whenever new and verified information is available.

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Paid-up capital Requirement for banks in Ethiopia raised from 500mln birr to 5bln birr

The National Bank of Ethiopia (NBE) has directed new entrants to the banking industry to increase their paid-up capital to 5 billion birr 7 seven years.

Currently, 20 banks are under-formation, another four are waiting for an approval from the NBE.

Except for Amhara Bank, which has collected six billion birr paid-up capital prior to its general assembly, almost all new entrants have sold shares worth below one billion Birr

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Date: Jun 27, 2022
Currency (Code)Buying RateSelling Rate
US DollarUS Dollar(USD)51.938752.9775
EuroEuro(EUR)54.748655.8436
Pound SterlingPound Sterling(GBP)61.019762.2401
UAE DirhamUAE Dirham(AED)12.795613.0515
Saudi RiyalSaudi Riyal(SAR)12.525812.7763
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