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The Central Bank has adjusted the terms of the transaction for the sale of Sberbank

The Central Bank has adjusted the terms of the transaction for the sale of Sberbank
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The Central Bank will receive from the sale of Sberbank not 700, but 500 billion rubles. The regulator and the Russian government agreed on this. The amount is proposed to be clarified by amendments to the bill.

According to "Interfax"After the sale of the controlling stake, the Central Bank will retain not 700, but 300 billion rubles of profit. Another 200 billion will be introduced as an additional component and will compensate for losses from the sale of Sberbank's assets. 

In early February, it became known that the regulator will sell 51% of the bank’s shares to the Russian government. Initially, the transaction amount was estimated at 3,8 billion rubles. 
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