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How did the outflow of capital to the market of banking services in the Far Eastern Federal District

According to EastRussia, some regional banks of the Far Eastern Federal District are experiencing certain problems due to a change in the balance of power in the banking services market. The capital outflow does not affect the strong Russian state-owned banks with wide networks of territorial divisions, but it hurts painfully for smaller regional credit institutions. In such a situation, in order to survive, banks need to reformat their businesses. Some banks in such conditions refuse from mortgage programs, others - completely close the corporate segment.

However, even the large federal-scale retail banks seem to be experiencing some difficulties due to the hype in the market. So Bank "Orient Express" introduced a limit of 7 thousand rubles. for the maximum amount of a one-time withdrawal of funds from the card - the official website of the bank informs. The reason for the introduction of restrictions was the temporary technical work. At the same time, the bank increased up to 4,9% the commission for withdrawing cash from ATMs and cash points of Vostochny Commercial Bank, OPC non-profit organization and third-party banks.

However, there is every reason to believe that this measure is preventive. Back in January of this year, Sergei Vlasov, Chairman of the Board of Orient Express Bank, in an interview with EastRussia noted: “We are constantly thinking over crisis strategies. But life is richer than any scenario, and people are always strong in hindsight. It is impossible to predict everything, but the first to get out of the crisis is the one who acts on the basis of reality and its logic, and not some of his speculative constructions. "

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