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VTB loan portfolio exceeded 150 billion rubles in the Khabarovsk Territory
In the Khabarovsk Territory, the loan portfolio of VTB's combined business in the first quarter grew by 16%. On April 1, it amounted to 150,1 billion rubles.
The portfolio of attracted funds of individuals and legal entities also increased. It grew by 6% and amounted to 88,9 billion rubles. The corporate loan portfolio has grown by 20% since the beginning of the year - up to 113,6 billion rubles. Of these, 17,8 billion rubles are loans to small and medium enterprises.
According to the press service of the bank, the corporate resource portfolio increased by 10% and exceeded 22 billion rubles. In the medium and small business segment, the indicator grew by 6% - up to 12,6 billion rubles.
As for the private loan portfolio, it added 4% and as of April 1 reached 36,5 billion rubles. The mortgage portfolio also increased - it grew by 5% to 15,6 billion rubles.
The bank issued 2% more cash loans - 18,9 billion rubles. The resource portfolio in the retail segment increased by 5% - up to 66,9 billion rubles. Investment products showed significant growth: 16% since the beginning of the year - up to 12 billion rubles.
In January-March, VTB provided 4,2 billion loans to residents of the region - 14% more than in the same period last year. Mortgage issuance increased by almost 70%: the volume of housing loans exceeded 1,9 billion rubles. Another 2,3 billion rubles were issued in the form of cash loans.
As for the support of citizens, VTB provided credit holidays in the Khabarovsk Territory for 2,3 thousand borrowers totaling 1,5 billion rubles. Vacations were given on consumer loans, mortgages, car loans.
For small and medium-sized businesses affected by the pandemic, VTB provided loan assistance worth 805 million rubles. As part of the state salary lending program, 47 agreements were signed for 212 million rubles. VTB also approved 37 transactions with representatives of medium and small businesses worth 593 million rubles, both under its own programs and as part of state restructuring measures.
According to the managing director of VTB in the Khabarovsk Territory, vice president Yevgeny Orlov, the first quarter was successful for the bank, despite the seasonal factor. Now VTB is focused on the timely implementation of support measures for customers affected by the pandemic. The Bank participates in state support programs and offers its own - credit vacations for citizens and credit restructuring for enterprises and individual entrepreneurs.