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VTB loan portfolio in Primorye exceeded 76 billion rubles
The credit portfolio of the merged business of VTB in Primorsky Krai increased by 2018 in the year by 23% and exceeded 76 billion rubles. The portfolio of attracted funds from individuals and legal entities increased by 91% - to 91,8 billion rubles.
The retail loan portfolio at the end of the year increased by 2018% and reached 20 billion rubles. The main part fell on mortgage loans - 42,4 billion rubles. Growth for the year was more than 25%. The volume of the cash loan portfolio amounted to 20 billion rubles (+ 16,2%).
According to the press service of VTB, over the year the bank almost doubled the portfolio of attracted funds from private clients: as of 1 in January of 2019, this figure amounted to 58,9 billion rubles. The volume of the deposit portfolio for the year approached 40 billion rubles.
The volume of issuance of retail loans for the year increased by almost one and a half times and amounted to 21,6 billion rubles. The amount of mortgage loans provided by VTB in the region exceeded 10,2 billion rubles (+ 45% of the year's 2017). The number of such loans increased by a third: residents of Primorye received about four thousand loans to purchase real estate. Also 18,8 thousand (+ 21%) cash loans in the amount of 11,1 billion rubles (+ 49%) were issued.
Corporate loan portfolio on 1 January 2019 of the year reached 33,7 billion rubles (growth over the year 27%). Most of it falls on medium and small business - 24,7 billion (+ 15%). The guarantee portfolio amounted to 3,3 billion rubles. The corporate resource portfolio grew by 83% and following the results of 2018, it approached 33 billion rubles. In the segment of medium and small businesses, the portfolio of funds raised increased over 2018 by 70% over the year and exceeded 21 billion rubles.
In 2018, VTB issued 39,5 billion rubles to small and medium-sized businesses in the region: this is 12% more than a year earlier. Including small businesses provided financing in the amount of almost two billion rubles (an increase over the year 18%). Of these, 392 million rubles were issued with the participation of the Guarantee Fund of the Primorsky Territory. This figure increased by 40%.
“Having completed the integration of the regional network, we successfully develop the retail and corporate direction of our business, provide resources to enterprises and residents of the region, and contribute to strengthening the regional economy,” said Alexander Vyalkov, head of VTB in Primorsky Krai.