1 UniCredit Group & 12 th Annual Emerging Europe Investment Conference Warsaw, September 2015
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3 UniCredit Group at a glance UCG is a leading European commercial bank operating in 17 countries with more than 146,600 employees 1, about 8,200 branches 2 and with an international network spanning in about 50 markets. Group Key financial highlights as at Jun-2015 Revenues Revenues up y/y thanks to higher dividends fully offsetting slowdown of trading 11,484m Net Profit Resilient business performance 1,034m CoR Contained Cost of risk coupled with a sound asset quality 79bp Loans Stable commercial volumes in a challenging macro scenario 473.9m CET 1 ratio Fully Loaded Sound capital position improving 10.37%* 3 (1) Data as at June 30, FTE = Full Time Equivalent : number of employees counted for the rate of presence. Figures include all employees of Yapi Kredi Group (Turkey). (2) Data as at June 30, Figures include all branches of Yapi Kredi Group (Turkey). *Valuing the AFS reserve as of 5 th Aug-15 and including Pioneer deal, CET1 fully loaded at 10.84%.
4 UCG benefits from a strong European identity, with strategic positioning in Western and Central Eastern Europe Strategic positioning in 17 European countries gives UCG one of the region's highest market shares. Group Western Europe Italy Austria Germany Central Eastern Europe Azerbaijan Bosnia and Herzegovina Bulgaria Croatia Czech Republic Hungary Poland Romania Russia Serbia Slovakia Slovenia Turkey Ukraine 4
5 Group strategy aimed at creating value leveraging on a strong franchise with a thorough risk management culture Group STRATEGIC PLAN STRATEGIC PILLARS TRANSFORM COMMERCIAL BANKING IN WESTERN MARKETS A new approach to retail banking Serve growing non-lending needs of Corporate clients Enhance the Private Banking business model INVEST IN BUSINESS GROWTH Rebalance Group capital allocation towards CEE Focus on "expansion countries" Support capital-light businesses (Asset Gathering, Asset Management) CONSERVATIVE RISK APPETITE FRAMEWORK LEVERAGE ON GLOBAL PLATFORMS Maintain CIB leadership in its core business and fully exploit synergies Enhance cost reduction and simplification initiatives Foster operating efficiency 5
6 Agenda CEE Region Annex 6
7 History of CEE & Poland (CEE Region) A platform built and integrated since From 2008 onwards, management focus shifted to risk containment, portfolio optimization, organic growth and innovation ACQUISITION AND RESTRUCTURING CRISIS PORTFOLIO OPTIMIZATION CEE Region GROWTH & INNOVATION PEKAO Bank Austria ATF Bulbank Koç (KFS) Yapi Kredi Pekao (9.1%) Ukrsotsbank Splitska Zagrebacka UCBR Sigorta. MICEX Pol'nobanka Tiriac Bank CZ/SK merger ATF Baltics Splitska Zivnostenska Ukrosotsbank BPH CEE - Leasing, CAIBs, UCIFin Loan portfolios in CZ and RO Acquisitions in high growth countries aimed at extracting value from lower costs/restructuring and improving assets quality Focus on efficiency, profitability & liquidity Focus on portfolio optimization, balanced growth, profitability, efficiency and liquidity Strengthening leadership position fostered by customer acquisition, innovation and digitalization Carlo Vivaldi Head of New Europe P&C CFO of Yapi Kredi CFO of UC BA Deputy CEO of Yapi Kredi Head of CEE Division 7 Acquisitions Disposals Restructuring
8 The geographic mix in CEE & Poland is a key success factor CEE Region Czech Republic 9.4% market share 107 branches #4 Poland** 10.4% market share 1,015 branches #2 Baltics* Leasing Slovakia 6.9% market share 77 branches #5 Russia 1.7% market share 102 branches #9 Hungary 7.2% market share 85 branches #3 Ukraine 3.8% market share 250 branches #6 Slovenia 7.3% market share 30 branches #4 Romania 7.5% market share 184 branches #6 Croatia 26.4% market share 135 branches #1 Bulgaria 18.0% market share 197 branches #1 Bosnia and Herz. 22.5% market share 119 branches #1 Turkey 10.0% market share 1,037 branches #5 Serbia 8.9% market share 71 branches #3 Azerbaijan 17 branches 8 * Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania. ** Poland is not a prat of. Market shares: in terms of total assets according to local accounting standard, unconsolidated figures (1Q15: Bosnia & Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Russia, Turkey, Ukraine, Hungary, Czech Republic; 4Q14 Serbia), local accounting standard, consolidated figures 1Q15 (Croatia), IFRS (1Q15: Poland, Slovakia, Romania, Slovenia). Croatia and Hungary include mortgage bank. Branches: data as of 30 Jun-15. Bosnia & Herzegovina includes UniCredit Bank Banja Luka. Azerbaijan includes Yapi Kredi branches.
9 CEE and Poland: UniCredit growth engines Revenues and net operating profit increasing at higher pace vs. Group. FTEs and branches down mainly due to Ukraine (held for sale) Revenues (1), m Net operating profit, m CEE Region at const FX +0.9% at const FX -2.2% 11,387 11,484 2,798 2,737 Western Europe 8,646 8,725 Western Europe 1,585 1,551 CEE and Poland 2,741 CEE and +5.2% Poland +1.6% 2,758 1,213 1,186 1H14 1H14 FTEs (2) Branches (2) 130, % 127,475 7, % 7,121 Western Europe 82,346 80,725 Western Europe 5,258 4,746 CEE and Poland 48,231 46,750 CEE and Poland 2,507 2,375 Jun-14 Jun-15 Jun-14 Jun-15 Turkey 18, ,185 Turkey 1,007 1,056 9 (1) Group numbers excl. Ukraine and incl. 40.9% of net profit of Yapi-Kredi booked in the line Dividends following the consolidation ad equity. (2) Group numbers incl. Ukraine.
10 Agenda CEE Region Annex 10
11 at a Glance The leading bank in Central & Eastern Europe Key financial highlights as at Jun-15 % to total Group Loans Loans to customers: growing 9.7% y/y, and in line with prior quarter at constant exchange rate 58.9bn 12.4% RWA Risk Weighted Assets: significant growth driven by business evolution and regulatory changes 93bn (1) 23.0% Revenues Revenues at 1,891m, showing positive performance with 8.5% y/y growth at constant exchange rate 1,891m 16.5% PbT Sound PbT of 681m, higher by 6.3% y/y, driven by higher revenues 681m 32.1% Customers Total customers at 14.8m increasing by ~ 700K in 1H m 45.5% Branches Strong presence with 2,416 branches. Market leader in CEE with a wide-spread presence in 13 countries (top 5 in 10 countries) 2,416 (2) 29.5% 11 Note: Turkey consolidated at equity, with net profit booked in P&L item "Dividend". Ukraine consolidated in "activities held for sale" net of tax, below the operating line. (1) RWA including Turkey at 40.9% and & Ukraine at 100%. (2) Data as at June 30, Figures include all branches of Yapi Kredi Group (Turkey).
12 Despite geopolitical and macroeconomic volatility proves to have a sustainable business model Loan market shares (1) Deposit market shares (1) +70 bp +100 bp 5.3% 6.0% 4.7% 5.7% Jun-14 Jun-15 Jun-14 Jun-15 Customer acquisition (2), m Loans/Direct Funding Ratio + 700,000 increase in Loans, bn Direct Funding, bn (3) % % % % Jun-14 Dec-14 Jun (1) Including Turkey at 40.9%. (2) results excluding KZ and Leasings. (3) Total customer deposits + securities in issue.
13 UniCredit: a leader position in Central and Eastern Europe Data as of FY 14 Total assets (1) EUR, bn Net profit (2) EUR, m Number of branches Countries of presence (3) % in Group revenues (4) UniCredit 142 2, (5) 17 (6) , , SocGen 73 (6) , ISP , OTP ,421 9 n.m. 13 (1) 100% of total assets for controlled companies (stake > 50%) and pro rata for non- controlled companies (stake < 50%), except for OTP. (2) After tax and before minorities. (3) Including direct and indirect presence in the 25 CEE countries, excluding representative offices. (4) Bank Austria view. (5) Including branches in Turkey at 100%. (6) Results of RBI exclude group corporate, markets and corporate center segments.
14 Economic growth in Central Europe & South Eastern Europe on an improving path while the whole CEE area is set for recovery from 2016 Real GDP growth (1), % Cross-country breakdown (1) 10 CEE (2) CE & SEE (3) 2015F 2016F F RU HR RS UA SI BG TR CZ HU SK RO BH 14 (1) GDP forecasts from CEE Quarterly published by UniCredit Research in June, (2) Central Europe: Czech Republic & Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia. (3) South Eastern Europe: Croatia, Romania, Bulgaria, Bosnia, Serbia.
15 CEE committed to a strong execution and to create sustainable value Achievements Current strategy 1 Leadership position in CEE 1 Building on our achievements # 1 international player in CEE and among top 5 in 10 countries Aim to further strengthen our leading position in CEE & Poland 2 Portfolio efficiency 2 Focusing on our 3 pillars strategy Refocusing, acquisition and simplification CE & SEE (1) : innovate business Russia: focusing on corporates & wealthy individuals Turkey: growth strategy, leader in profitability 3 Business model transformation & value creation in key areas 3 Business priorities reinforcing focus on Further increase customer base Retail: simplification of operating model, enhancing productivity. Extensive leverage of digital and multichannels and further increase of customer base CIB: strengthening cross-selling and pricing. Focusing on SME and International Boost customer acquisition in Retail and CIB Implement a distinctive proposition for clients operating in multiple CEE countries Foster innovation & digitalization by (i) leveraging big data (ii) improving customer experience and (iii) creating a unified front-end for retail 15 (1) Central Europe (CE) : Czech Republic & Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia & South Eastern Europe (SEE): Croatia, Romania, Bulgaria, Bosnia, Serbia.
16 Customer loans and direct funding Higher volumes y/y mainly driven by Russia and Czech Republic & Slovakia Customer loans, bn By region y/y at const. FX at const FX +9.7% -0.7% % o/w Russia % Central Europe (2) % 1Q14 2Q14 3Q14 4Q14 1Q15 2Q15 South Eastern E. (3) % Direct funding (1), bn By region y/y at const. FX at const FX +24.2% +2.8% % o/w Russia % (2) Central Europe % 1Q14 2Q14 3Q14 4Q14 1Q15 2Q15 (3) South Eastern E % 16 (1) Total customer deposits + securities in issue. (2) Central Europe: Czech Republic & Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia. (3) South Eastern Europe: Croatia, Romania, Bulgaria, Bosnia, Serbia.
17 Profit before tax Sound profit before tax in, supported by positive dynamics of operating profitability offsetting higher LLP at const. FX By region y/y at const. FX Profit before tax, m at const FX % o/w % 681 Russia 155 (1) Central Europe % 81.9% (2) South Eastern E % Turkey (3) % 1H14 Revenues: +8.5% y/y at const. FX thanks to all items Costs: +3.3% y/y at const. FX, below inflation LLP: +37.4% y/y mainly due to coverage enhancement in Russia 17 (1) Central Europe: Czech Republic & Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia. (2) South Eastern Europe: Croatia, Romania, Bulgaria, Bosnia, Serbia. (3) Turkey consolidated at equity, with net profit booked in P&L item "Dividend".
18 Total revenues Sound revenue growth y/y at const. FX driven by NII and Trading Revenues, m By region y/y at const. FX at const FX +8.5% 1,862 1, % o/w NII 1,217 1, % Russia Central Europe South Eastern E. (1) (2) % 9.0% 5.6% Fees % 351 Turkey (3) % Trading Other % H14 18 (1) Central Europe: Czech Republic & Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia. (2) South Eastern Europe: Croatia, Romania, Bulgaria, Bosnia, Serbia. (3) Turkey consolidated at equity, with net profit booked in P&L item "Dividend".
19 Operating costs Cost increase below inflation at const. FX leading to better C/I ratio Operating costs, m By region y/y at const. FX at const FX +3.3% Non-HR HR Costs o/w Russia 111 (1) Central Europe % 10.5% 6.9% Cost/ income 1H % 38.2% (2) South Eastern E % (3) FTE, k (1) Central Europe: Czech Republic & Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia. (2) South Eastern Europe: Croatia, Romania, Bulgaria, Bosnia, Serbia. (3) Including branches in Turkey at 100%.
20 Cost of risk LLP increase y/y mainly related to coverage enhancement in Russia Loan Loss Provisions, m CoR, bp By region y/y at const. FX By region y/y % 135 bp +23 bp o/w o/w Russia 107 n.m. Russia 169 bp +95 bp Central Europe % Central Europe (1) 66 bp -39 bp South Eastern E % South Eastern E. (2) 134 bp -13 bp 20 (1) Central Europe: Czech Republic & Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia. (2) South Eastern Europe: Croatia, Romania, Bulgaria, Bosnia, Serbia.
21 Concluding remarks CEE Region Division 1 UniCredit benefits from its strong footprint in CEE and Poland having the largest market share in volumes and profitability 2 The CEE journey of UniCredit started back in 1999 with the acquisition of Pekao in Poland, followed by decade of expansion forming the strongest market player in the region 3 UniCredit is the largest bank in South Eastern Europe, ranking top five in Central Europe and Turkey thanks to continuous customer acquisition (almost 15m clients), innovative and efficient business model 4 In spite of geographical and macroeconomic volatility, CEE proves to be the growth engine of the Group having a sustainable performance thanks to its well diversified portfolio 21
22 Agenda CEE Region Annex 22
23 Focus on Turkey Strong growth in revenues more than offset higher costs and LLPs Annex Macro environment Macro data F (1) 2016F (1) GDP Growth, y/y 4.20% 2.90% 2.70% 2.40% Inflation (CPI), avg y/y 7.50% 8.90% 8.00% 7.15% Policy Rate, eop 4.50% 8.30% 9.30% 8.00% Macro comments Political and geopolitical uncertainty Continued pressure on currency and rates Interest rates expected to remain stable Key financials, m Comments Yapi Kredi 1H14 y/y at const. FX Revenues % OpEx % GOP % LLPs % Net Profit % Loans 16,291 20,793 32% Direct Funding 15,350 18,886 27% FTEs (100%) 18,488 19,186 4% Revenues increase y/y driven mainly by NII (thanks to significant volumes growth and increased income from securities) and better fees Operating costs increased to support the growth of network and business activity in line with growth strategy LLPs increased y/y driven by higher volumes. Sound asset quality with an impaired loan ratio of 4.5% (1) Macro forecasts by UniCredit Research. 23
24 Focus on Russia Resilient business with positive performance confirmed that UCG is better positioned than peers to weather a harsh environment Macro data Macro comments Annex Macro environment F (1) 2016F (1) GDP Growth, y/y 1.30% 0.60% -3.40% -1.60% Inflation (CPI), avg y/y % 7.80% 15.10% 6.80% Policy Rate, eop 5.50% 17.00% 9.50% 7.50% Deterioration of economic environment, with 2Q15 GDP contracting by 4.6% y/y Volatility in FX rates Uncertainty over the economic outlook remains high Key financials, m Comments Unicredit Bank 1H14 y/y at const. FX Revenues % OpEx % GOP % LLPs n.m. Net Profit % Loans 13,374 12,698 28% Direct Funding 12,470 13,653 47% FTEs (100%) 3,973 3,911-2% Revenue increased y/y thanks to net interest and higher trading profit Operating costs increased mainly driven by FX effect LLP increased y/y mainly to increase coverage ratio. Sound asset quality with an impaired loan ratio at 5% (1) Macro forecasts by UniCredit Research. 24
25 Focus on Central Eastern Europe (CE) & South Eastern Europe (SEE) UCG managed to increase revenues, on the wave of overall improving macro environment Macro data Macro comments Annex Macro environment GDP real growth, y/y % F 2016F CE (1) SEE (2) Strong economic rebound in all Central Europe countries in 2014, with higher GDP growth expected going forward Mixed performance across SEE countries, as Romania outperforms, while Croatia and Serbia lag behind Key financials, m Comments CE and SEE 1H14 y/y at const. FX Revenues 1,250 1,334 7% OpEx % GOP % LLPs % Net Profit % Loans 39,353 41,146 5% Direct Funding 35,713 42,244 19% All revenue lines positively progressed, benefitting from improved macro environment Broadly stable costs delivered GOP growing by 11% across the region with strongest growth rates in Bulgaria, Slovenia and Serbia Lower risk costs in many of the countries Net profit increased by 44%, with main contributors being Czech Republic & Slovakia (28%), Bulgaria (23%) and Hungary (13%) Strong deposits growth resulting in Loan/Deposit ratio below 100% 25 Note: Macro forecasts by UniCredit Research. (1) Central Europe (CE): Czech Republic & Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia. (2) South Eastern Europe (SEE) : Croatia, Romania, Bulgaria, Bosnia, Serbia.
26 P&L and volumes Geographical diversification delivered continued improvement of operating profitability mitigating the impact of higher LLP (mostly related to Russia) Annex Euro (m) 1Q14 2Q14 3Q14 4Q14 1Q15 2Q15 3Q15 % vs. % vs. 9M14 9M15 % vs. 2Q15 3Q14 9M14 Total Revenues , , % -4.7% 1,862 1, % Operating Costs % +1.4% % Gross Operating Profit % -8.1% 1,124 1, % LLP % +45.8% % Profit Before Taxes % -10.9% % Net Profit % -46.6% % Cost / Income Ratio, % 42% 38% 36% 43% 39% 38% 38% +0.0pp +2.3pp 40% 38% -1.9pp Cost of Risk, bp bp +47bp 112bp 135bp +25bp RoAC 13.5% 15.4% 16.7% 5.5% 8.5% 7.2% 7.2% +0.0pp -9.5pp 14.5% 7.9% -6.6pp Customer Loans 55,886 57,846 58,449 57,073 59,142 58,870 60, % +4.0% 57,846 58, % Direct Funding 48,011 49,071 50,768 52,213 54,533 56,073 57, % +14.1% 49,071 56, % Total RWA 83,492 81,786 84,635 89,278 93,340 93,461 96, % +14.1% 81,786 93, % FTE (#) 30,623 30,097 29,576 29,040 28,918 28,834 29, % +0.7% 30,097 28, % N.B. Variations at constant FX. 26 Starting from 2Q15 some activities that Bank Austria carries out in its capacity of sub-holding for CEE countries, have been shifted from Commercial Bank Austria to CEE division. These activities mainly refer to Corporate Center. Previous quarters have been restated accordingly.
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