The main shareholder of Prominvestbank was named one of most safe banks of Central and Eastern Europe

30 August 2011 22:48

Vnesheconombank took the 8th place in the annual chart of most safe banks of Central and Eastern Europe of 2011.

Vnesheconombank, which is the main shareholder of Prominvestbank (97,85% of shares), took 8th place in the annual chart of most safe banks of Central and Eastern Europe.
 
The chart was draw up by Global Finance magazine.
 
As a criteria were chosen long-term credit ratings from Moody's, Standard & Poor's and  Fitch, and assets volume. In study Global Finance examined 500 biggest banks of the region.

Global Finance is monthly issued financial-investment magazine, was found in 1987, with headquarter in New-York (USA)
 
 
 
 
Background: Joint-Stock Commercial Industrial and Investment Bank (Prominvestbank) was formed in 1992; Prominvesbank is one of the biggest Ukrainian banks. As of today the State Corporation “Bank for Development and Foreign Economic Affairs (Vnesheconombank)”, Russian Federation, is the biggest shareholder of the Bank.
 
As of August, 01, 2011, the Bank’s equity capital is UAH 4,579 billion, in assets – UAH 34,488 billion, loan portfolio – UAH 26,659 billion, customers’ funds – UAH 16,835 billion.
 
 
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