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Pasha Bank Saving Clients from Fines

Pasha Bank’s ROE and ROA have declined to 3.76% and 1.45%, respectively (H1/2017 -4.77%; 1.91% ).

As reported, National Bank of Georgia (NBG) has introduced new regulations – additional buffers in capital (concentration and counter-cycle buffers) and the capital coefficient was raised (≥4.5%; ≥6%;  ≥8%).

As of July 1, 2018, the supervisory capital coefficient is 33.8% (45.6% as of July 1, 2017).

Pasha Bank’s loan portfolio is 140 million GEL, including 76 million GEL currency loans. The GEL-denominated portfolio has declined.