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In the first half of 2014, the Sberbank loan portfolio in the Khabarovsk Territory reached 125 billion rubles

The total credit portfolio of Sberbank in the Khabarovsk Territory in January-June 2014 reached 125 billion rubles. Of these, 43 billion rubles amounted to the loan portfolio of individuals, which is 28,5% more than the same period last year. The corporate loan portfolio increased by 7 billion rubles and reached 78,8 billion.

The mortgage segment showed significant growth: the number of housing loans issued on 1 in August of 2014 amounted to 18 135 in the total amount of 22,7 billion rubles. An important factor in improving the situation is the creation of mortgage lending centers in the Far Eastern capital, which allow not only to issue a housing loan, but also to select the best housing option with the help of Bank partners (developers and realtors), make settlements on the transaction, rent safe boxes and insure the property.

A separate area of ​​development is the provision of a full range of banking services for small businesses. For this purpose, specialized Business Development Centers operate in Khabarovsk, where entrepreneurs can receive both financial and consulting support.

“Sberbank aims at long-term strategic partnership with entrepreneurs and maximum assistance in solving their business problems. We are interested in developing the business of the Khabarovsk Territory and have all the necessary tools for this. Improving the lending process, introducing new services and products, organizing business training for entrepreneurs - these are the priorities of our work with small business representatives, ”said Sergey Yurchenko, Head of the Khabarovsk Krai branch of Sberbank of Russia.

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