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In Russia, the average amount of debt to banks has grown
At the end of 2019, the debt of the average borrower of a Russian bank grew by 11% and amounted to 249 thousand rubles. For three years, personal debt to creditors grew by 30%. According to experts, the reason for this dynamics is the activity of banks on the proposal of previously approved loans.
As the RIA News referring to the Equifax credit history press service, the most active amount of personal debt is growing among young borrowers aged 22-25. In 2019, the average amount of debt for this category of borrowers grew by 14% - up to 134,7 thousand rubles. For bank customers aged 26-30 years, liabilities for the year increased by 14% - up to 243,4 thousand rubles.
The percentage of debt to the bank and debtors aged 31-40 years increased: the average amount of debt is 319 thousand rubles per person - 12,5% more than a year earlier. Debt increases among borrowers aged 41-50 years. Their average debt grew over the year by 10,7% and amounted to 308 thousand rubles.