Ljubljana, 04 October (STA) - A total of 13 Slovenian companies are among the biggest companies by revenue in Southeast Europe in 2010, with Petrol retaining fifth place on revenues of EUR 2.5bn, according to the latest SEE TOP 100 list released on Tuesday.
The list, compiled by SeeNews in partnership with the consultancies AT Kearney and Euromonitor International, is topped by Romanian company OMV Petrol (EUR 3.63bn), followed by Croatian oil company INA (EUR 3.3bn) and Lukoil Neftochim Burgas of Bulgaria (EUR 2.8bn).
Among the other Slovenian companies on the list, retailer Mercator is in 12th place (EUR 1.67bn), Renault-owned car maker Revoz in 16th (EUR 1.33bn) and drug maker Krka in 27th (EUR 960.6m).
The SEE TOP 100 report also ranks the biggest banks by assets. Romanian Banca Comerciale Romana (EUR 16.3bn) overtook Slovenia's NLB (EUR 13.83bn) to claim the top spot. Slovenia's no. 2 bank, NKBM, remains in 14th place with assets of EUR 4.8bn.
Slovenia still has the biggest insurance company, though, as Zavarovalnica Triglav remains at the top of the list with gross written premiums of EUR 721.3m, well ahead of second-placed Croatian insurer Croatia osiguranje (EUR 392.7m).
The top ten also includes Zavarovalnica Maribor in fourth place (EUR 261.4m) and mutual health insurer Vzajemna in 6th place (EUR 240.3m).