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Credit Dnipro Bank entered the TOP 10 banks in terms of asset growth in 2021. Thus, over the past year, the Bank increased its assets by 59% from UAH 12.8 billion (data adjusted for annual adjustments) to UAH 20.4 billion. This growth in assets was due to both the growth of the resource base and the increase in capital due to net profit in the amount of UAH 561 million, which was received from interest and commission income, UAH 804 million and UAH 173 million, respectively.

17 February 2022

Bank Credit Dnepr offers micro and small businesses financing up to UAH 30 million with collateral, and unsecured loans - up to UAH 10 million.

At the same time, financing can be issued within the framework of the state support program for SME clients “Affordable loans 5-7-9%”, which Credit Dnepr Bank joined in May 2021 and works effectively with this tool.

02 February 2022

Credit Dnipro Bank has opened new depositories in Lviv and Dnipro for 300 and 120 individual bank safes, respectively. Individual bank safes are designed to preserve and protect tangible assets - money and documents, securities and family values, awards, antiques, precious metals, etc. Depending on the customer's needs, individual bank safes can be rented in different sizes - up to 10 cm and over 30 cm and for a period of 30 to 365 days.

18 January 2022

According to the results of the assessment of resistance as of 01.01.21, taking into account the measures taken, BANK CREDIT DNEPR JSC does not need additional capital. The bank has passed the procedure for assessing resilience, taking into account the stress testing of the NBU as of 01.01.21. According to the results of the stability assessment, the required (target) level of the regulatory capital adequacy ratio (N2) of the Bank is 18.8%, and the required level of the core capital adequacy ratio (N3) is 17.3%.

31 December 2021

According to the results of the assessment of resistance as of 01.01.21, taking into account the measures taken, BANK CREDIT DNEPR JSC does not need additional capital. The bank has passed the procedure for assessing resilience, taking into account the stress testing of the NBU as of 01.01.21. According to the results of the stability assessment, the required (target) level of the regulatory capital adequacy ratio (N2) of the Bank is 18.8%, and the required level of the core capital adequacy ratio (N3) is 17.3%.

31 December 2021

Contacts for media

Marchenko Tatyana, Head of External Communications
Tatyana.Marchenko@creditdnepr.com

Tarasenko Vera, Director of Strategic Communications
Vera.Tarasenko@creditdnepr.com

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