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VTB has increased its loan portfolio in the Magadan region

VTB has increased its loan portfolio in the Magadan region
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In the first quarter of 2020, VTB increased its loan portfolio in the Magadan Region by 21%. The total amount of loans issued as of April 1 was 22 billion rubles. The resource portfolio of funds of individuals and legal entities amounted to 23,3 billion rubles.

According to the press service of VTB, the main growth was obtained thanks to loans to small and medium-sized enterprises. In total, 12,7 billion rubles were attracted in this segment. The corporate portfolio in total increased on April 1 to 16 billion rubles.

The share of retail loans issued by VTB in the Magadan Region amounted to RUB 2,7 billion in the first quarter. Cash loans accounted for the largest share in this portfolio - more than three billion rubles were issued. Another XNUMX billion rubles fell on mortgage loans.

The volume of funds from private clients amounted to 10,6 billion rubles in the first quarter of this year. The bank's clients continued to invest more in investment products. The growth in this segment amounted to 20%, the total amount of investments - 1,4 billion rubles.

Sales of retail loans increased in the first quarter to 640 million rubles. Of these, 410 million rubles were issued in cash, and 230 million rubles in the form of a mortgage. The growth was 5% compared to the same period in 2019.

As noted by the VTB manager in the Magadan region, Eleanor Syrchenko, the most significant growth was shown by loans for entrepreneurs and housing loans. A positive role was played by work on the program for issuing mortgages with state support.

The volume of support for citizens and businesses during the coronavirus pandemic amounted to 190 million rubles - this is 240 applications from residents for credit holidays for consumer holidays. Another 13 applications for credit vacations for 22 million rubles were approved for mortgage loans. The approval rate was about 95%.

VTB also entered into agreements with 17 legal entities on the provision of 55 million rubles as part of loans for the payment of salaries. And under the employment support program, two agreements were signed in the amount of 16 million rubles. There are 21 more applications in the amount of more than 53 million rubles.


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