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VTB increased its loan portfolio in Sakhalin

VTB increased its loan portfolio in Sakhalin
According to the results of the first quarter of 2020, VTB Bank increased its loan portfolio in the Sakhalin Region by 7%. The total portfolio amounted to 28,2 billion rubles. The portfolio of attracted funds of individuals and entrepreneurs reached 63,2 billion rubles.

According to the press service of VTB, the main growth factor was the segment of small and medium-sized businesses. The growth amounted to 15%, the total volume of this portfolio reached 12,4 billion rubles. A total of 39 billion resources from legal entities were attracted to VTB.

 VTB attracted private funds by 2% in the first quarter of 2020. The portfolio for this indicator in the Sakhalin Region amounted to 15,8 billion rubles. A large share of the mortgage portfolio and cash loans. Housing loans amounted to 6,1 billion rubles, and cash loans - 8,9 billion rubles.

 The volume of private customers 'investments in investment products increased significantly - growth amounted to 20%, which is 4,4 billion rubles out of the total portfolio of private customers' funds of 24,2 billion rubles.

 In Sakhalin, VTB provided customers with loans worth 2020 billion rubles only in the first quarter of 1,6. Of these, 680 million rubles were issued in the form of mortgage loans, 960 million rubles in the form of cash loans.
According to Vladimir Selivanov, VTB's manager in the Sakhalin Oblast, significant efforts are now being made to support clients affected by the pandemic. Among the key measures are credit holidays, restructuring of loans, mortgages at a rate of 6,5%, loans for the payment of salaries.

Credit holidays were granted to 620 individual borrowers totaling 530 million rubles. At the same time, about 600 applications for 480 million rubles were approved for consumer loans, 23 applications for 52 million rubles for mortgages. About 94% of credit holidays are agreed upon by the bank’s own programs.

 For the payment of salaries, 22 agreements were concluded with lawyers and individual entrepreneurs for a total of 52 million rubles. Another 74 agreements were concluded for restructuring loans to small and medium enterprises for four billion rubles under their own programs and as part of state support. 2 loans totaling 25 million rubles were issued for the payment of salaries at 246% per annum. There are 45 more applications in the amount of more than 306 million rubles.

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