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Otkritie Bank's net profit increased by 5,2 billion rubles

Otkritie Bank's net profit increased by 5,2 billion rubles
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At the end of July, Otkritie Bank earned 58,7 billion rubles in net profit compared to 24,4 billion rubles for the same seven months of 2020.

According to the press service of Otkritie Bank, assets in July increased by 104 billion rubles, or 3,8%. The loan portfolio before provisions in July grew by 59 billion rubles, or 3,1%, due to an increase in the portfolio of legal entities by 45 billion rubles (+ 3,4%), as well as the portfolio of individuals by 13 billion rubles (+2,4 ,XNUMX%).
Customer funds increased by 32 billion rubles, or 1,6%, both at the expense of legal entities (+20 billion rubles, or + 1,9%) and individuals (+12 billion rubles, or +1,3 %). The net profit of Otkritie Bank in July amounted to 5,2 billion rubles.

Over the seven months of 2021, the assets of Otkritie Bank grew by 297 billion rubles (+ 11,5%) to 2,88 trillion rubles. Since the beginning of the year, the loan portfolio before provisions has increased by 275 billion rubles (+ 16,3%) to 1,96 trillion rubles.

According to the results of 7 months of 2021, customer funds increased by 126 billion (+ 6,6%) to 2,04 trillion rubles. The volume of funds of legal entities increased by 116 billion rubles (+ 12,4%) to 1 billion rubles. Funds from individuals remain at a stable level: 057 billion rubles (+ 980% since the beginning of the year).

The bank's net profit for 7 months of 2021 amounted to 58,7 billion rubles against 24,4 billion rubles a year earlier.
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