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  • 30.10.2020
    Bank news
    TKB’s net profit totaled RUB 2.3 bln as of 3Q 2020

    TKB announced financial results as of 3Q 2020 according to Russian Accounting Standards (RAS). The financial results showed a positive trend in the all main financial figures.

    The Bank’s net assets exceeded RUB 180 bln. TKB’s loan portfolio reached RUB 90.7 bln. The loan portfolio was composed mainly of corporate loans that amounted to RUB 67 bln. The retail portfolio consisted mainly of mortgages, was RUB 23.4 bln.

    Net interest income reached RUB 3.4 bln. Net fee and commission income were about RUB 2 bln. Net profit after tax equaled RUB 2.3 bln.

    The Bank’s capital – RUB 25 bln. It is necessary to outline that in 2020 TKB was one of the few Russian banks that has increased its capital by more than 50%. Due to customers exceeded RUB 106 bln (excluding Due to credit institutions).

    Capital adequacy ratio (Н1.0) was at the point of 16.085% (min required 8%) as of 01.10.2020. Liquidity ratios:

    • Quick liquidity ratio Н2 – 97.846 % (min required 15%)
    • Current liquidity ratio Н3 – 156.737% (min required 50%)
    • Long-term liquidity ratio Н4 – 30.782% (max required 120%)

    Information about TKB Group:
    TKB Group includes TransKapitalBank and Investtradebank. TKB Group is in TOP-30 Russian banks by assets. TKB Group has wide coverage of around 100 points of sales across 31 regions of Russia. TKB has 4 main business focuses: mortgages (TOP-15 Russian banks), corporate and SME lending (TOP15 in Russia), e-commerce business: internet acquiring and C2C transfers (TOP-5 Russian banks). Being a key partner of the EAEU/CIS/SCO integration processes, TKB implements program of comprehensive banking services for financial institutions “Bank for Banks” and offers counterparties a wide range of operations: transaction/settlement business, treasury operations, trade finance and arrangement of syndicated loan facilities for banks of the CIS countries.

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  • 27.08.2020
    Bank news
    TRANSKAPITALBANK arranged another syndicated loan facility for the state-owned Qishloq Qurilish Bank, Uzbekistan

    TRANSKAPITALBANK arranged another syndicated loan facility for the state-owned Qishloq Qurilish Bank, Uzbekistan

    TRANSKAPITALBANK (TKB) and Promsvyazbank (PSB) arranged another syndicated loan facility for the state-owned Qishloq Qurilish Bank (QQB), Uzbekistan, amounting to EUR 14 mln and USD 34 mln as Mandated Lead Arrangers (MLA). The loan was granted for general corporate purposes and financing of the trade contracts of the Qishloq Qurilish Bank’s customers.

    International Financial Club (Russia), Halyk Savings Bank (Kazakhstan), Banca Intesa (Russian subsidiary bank of the Intesa Sanpaolo Group, Italy), Altyn Bank (the subsidiary of China CITIC Bank Corp) also joined this deal as Lead Arrangers.

    Elena Shirinskaya, Deputy Chairman of the Management Board outlined: “It is a second syndicated loan facility arranged for QQB. The deal was concluded within a very short period of time with oversubscription. It is worth mentioning that among Russian lenders there are also the largest banks of Kazakhstan – Halyk Savings Bank and Altyn Bank. Over the last year more than USD 200 mln have been invested in the economy of Uzbekistan thanks to syndicated loan facilities arranged by TKB and PSB and other 25 investors from Russia, Kazakhstan, Belarus and Azerbaijan, and granted to Qishloq Qurilish Bank, Agrobank and Mikrokreditbank”.

    Information about TKB Group:

    TKB Group includes TransKapitalBank and InvestTradeBank. TKB Group is in TOP-30 among Russian banks by assets. TKB Group has wide coverage of around 100 points of sales across 31 regions of Russia. TKB has 4 main business focuses: corporate and SME lending (TOP15 in Russia), mortgages (TOP-15 Russian banks), e-commerce business (internet acquiring and C2C transfers). Being a key partner of the EAEU/CIS/SCO integration processes, TKB implements program of comprehensive banking services for financial institutions “Bank for Banks” and offers counterparties a wide range of operations: transaction/settlement business, treasury operations, trade finance and arrangement of syndicated loan facilities for banks of the CIS countries.

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  • 31.07.2020
    Bank news
    TKB arranged syndicated loan facility for Belarusbank in the amount of EUR 60 mln

    TKB arranged syndicated loan facility for Belarusbank in the amount of EUR 60 mln

    TKB participated as Mandated Lead Arranger and Book-Runner in the syndicated loan facility for Belarusbank for the amount of EUR 60 mln. The loan consists of tranches with tenors up to 1.5 years and is granted for general corporate purposes and financing of the trade contracts of the Belarusbank’s customers.

    Alfa-Bank, Sovcombank and BCS Prime Brokerage Limited along with TKB also participated as Mandated Lead Arranger. Among participants of deal there were also 5 Lead Arrangers – financial institutions from Russia, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan namely Banca Intesa (Russian subsidiary bank of the Intesa Sanpaolo Group, Italy), Rosbank (Societe Generale Group, France), Altyn Bank (Kazakh subsidiary of CITIC Bank Corp., China), Halyk Savings Bank (Kazakhstan) and International Bank of Azerbaijan.

    “It has been the 15th syndicated loan that TKB arranged for Belorussian banks. In recent years more than EUR 1 bln have been invested in the economy of Belarus thanks to these deals. Arrangers closed Order book for Belarusbank within very short time and dynamic market conditions. Perfect credit record of Belarusbank allowed for the first time in the history inviting new investors – Rosbank (Societe Generale Group, France) and Halyk Savings Bank (Kazakhstan)”, – Elena Shirinskaya, Deputy Chairman of the Management Board stressed.

    Information about TKB Group:
    TKB Group includes TransKapitalBank and Investtradebank. TKB Group is in TOP-30px; Russian banks by assets. TKB Group has wide coverage of around 100 points of sales across 31 regions of Russia. TKB has 4 main business focuses: corporate and SME lending (TOP15 in Russia), mortgages (TOP-15 Russian banks), factoring. Being a key partner of the EAEU/CIS/SCO integration processes, TKB implements program of comprehensive banking services for financial institutions “Bank for Banks” and offers counterparties a wide range of operations: transaction/settlement business, treasury operations, trade finance and arrangement of syndicated loan facilities for banks of the CIS countries.

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  • 31.07.2020
    Bank news
    TRANSKAPITALBANK UPDATED ITS US$100MLN LT2 DEBT VIA CONSENT SOLICITATION EXERCISE

    TransKapitalBank has finalized a liability management transaction to amend the terms of U.S.$100,000,000 10.00 per cent. loan participation notes (ISIN: XS0311369978) issued by TRANSREGIONALCAPITAL D.A.C. and traded on the Euronext Dublin.

    The main purpose of the transaction is to improve the composition of the Bank’s regulatory capital and lengthen its debt redemption profile. The proposed amendments to the loan were approved by a duly qualified majority of the investors at the meeting of noteholders held on 19 June 2020.

    These amendments comply with the requirements for including the subordinated eurobond loan as a source of additional capital according to CBR Regulation No. 646-P dated 4 July 2018 "On the methodology for determining own funds (capital) of credit organizations ("Basel III").

    The Central Bank of Russia approved the amendments made to the terms of the subordinated eurobond issue and the subordinated loan agreement dated 16th July 2007, which were approved by the bondholders via the consent solicitation exercise.

    The capital of the Bank reached 24,2 billion rubles (39% increase), the adequacy ratios are Н1.0 – 15,74% (min 8%); Н1.1 – 8,98% (min 4.5%); Н1.2 – 12,74% (min 6%) as a result of the inclusion of this subordinated debt in the Bank’s additional capital sources.

    Upon receipt of such approval from the Central Bank of Russia, TransKapitalBank is authorized to treat this subordinated debt as part of its own Tier 1 capital.

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  • 23.07.2020
    Bank news
    TKB announced financial results as of 1H 2020 according to RAS

    TKB announced financial results as of 1H 2020 according to Russian Accounting Standards (RAS). The financial result showed a positive trend in all main financial figures.

    As of 1H 2020 the Bank’s net assets totaled RUB 168 bln. TKB’s loan portfolio amounted to RUB 87.5 bln. The loan portfolio was composed mainly of corporate loans that reached RUB 62.5 bln. The retail portfolio consisted mainly of mortgages, was RUB 25 bln.

    Net interest income exceeded RUB 2 bln. Net fee and commission income amounted to RUB 1.2 bln. Profit before income tax equaled RUB 1.2 bln. The Bank’s capital – RUB 17.4 bln.

    Capital adequacy ratio (Н1.0) was at the point of 12.07% (min required 8%) as of 01.07.2020.

    Quick liquidity ratio Н2 was at the level of 142.97% (min required 15%), current liquidity ratio Н3 stood at 152.93% (min required 50%), long-term liquidity ratio Н4 – 39.73% (max required 120%).

    Information about TKB Group:
    TKB Group includes TransKapitalBank and Investtradebank. TKB Group is in TOP-30px; Russian banks by assets. TKB Group has wide coverage of around 100 points of sales across 31 regions of Russia. TKB has 4 main business focuses: corporate and SME lending (TOP15 in Russia), mortgages (TOP-15 Russian banks), factoring. Being a key partner of the EAEU/CIS/SCO integration processes, TKB implements program of comprehensive banking services for financial institutions “Bank for Banks” and offers counterparties a wide range of operations: transaction/settlement business, treasury operations, trade finance and arrangement of syndicated loan facilities for banks of the CIS countries.

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