SKB-Bank is one of Russia’s top 50 in terms of net asset volume

November 28, 2013. The net assets of Russian banks exceeded 51 trillion RUR on October 1, 2013, which was 19.2% more than a year earlier. These data are available from the rating of Russia’s largest banks that was prepared by the analysts of RBC.Rating. The lending institutions were ranked in terms of asset volume, the loan book and the deposit portfolio volume, the volume of loans offered to private individuals and corporates, and other indicators, SKB-Bank reports.

SKB-Bank was one of the country’s top 50 banks in terms of net asset volume and Sverdlovsk Region’s No.1 in terms of corporate loan book volume. The bank’s loan book increased by 11.8% over one year and reached 78.7bn RUR.

What is more, SKB-Bank was one of Russia’s top 25 largest banks in terms of loans offered to private individuals. The bank issued a total of 67bn RUR worth of loans to private customers, which was 17.6% more than a year earlier.

Analysts also observe an increase in the volume of deposits opened by private individuals and corporates. The bank’s deposit portfolio went up by 7.9% and came to more than 101bn RUR; in terms of volume of private individuals’ deposits, SKB-Bank was one of Russia’s top 25 banks.

The largest Russian banks’ ratings were published on RBC.Rating’s website.


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