NBU: Ukrainian subsidiaries of Russian state banks have Hr 36 billion liabilities to individuals, legal entities, their loan portfolio is Hr 150 billion

National Corps activists came to the Sberbank to close it with a concrite brick wall in order for Sberbank to stop its activity in Ukraine during their rally on March 13.

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The Ukrainian subsidiaries of Russian state banks owe Hr 36 billion to their Ukrainian clients, both individuals and legal entities, Yekateryna Rozhkova, the deputy governor of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU), has said.

“At present all of these banks concentrate Hr 36 billion in liabilities to individuals and legal persons: Hr 21 billion to individuals and Hr 15 billion to legal entities,” Rozhkova said at a press conference in Kyiv.

These liabilities are secured by a Hr 150 billion loan portfolio, she said.

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