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%. According to the review of the results of stress testing, the Bank does not need additional capital, at the same time, there is a need to take a number of measures aimed at mitigating key operating risks, namely, reducing the likely negative impact of non-core assets on capital. Taking into account the measures taken as of June 30, 22, the required level of regulatory capital adequacy (N2) of the bank is 10.0%, and the required level of the standard capital adequacy ratio (N3) is 7.0%.
As of December 1, 2021, the actual value of the bank's regulatory capital adequacy (adequacy) ratio (H2) is 20.7%, and the capital adequacy ratio (N3) is 10.4%.
Credit Dnipro Bank is a Ukrainian commercial bank, beneficiary - Alexander Yaroslavsky, Ukrainian businessman (TOP-10 Forbes Ukraine 2020), owner of DCH group (www.dch.com.ua), which unites assets of such sectors of the economy as finance, industry, transport , construction, development, etc. The Bank is in the TOP-20 financial institutions of Ukraine in terms of gross assets and, in accordance with the classification of the National Bank of Ukraine, is in the group of banks with private capital.