Moody’s assigned a long-term foreign currency deposit rating of B1 /Negative/ to TRANSKAPITALBANK (TKB).
In the respective Credit Opinion Moody’s mentioned TKB’s rating is supported by diversified funding structure, adequate liquidity cushion and expectation of an improvement in TKB’s financial fundamentals as a result of the emerging economic recovery in Russia.
Moody’s also appreciate TKB’s transparent ownership structure with participation of international financial institutions and the Bank’s customer deposit base, which is well-diversified and has no significant reliance on any particular group of clients.
The attracted funds in the amount of RUB 15 million are planned to be directed into implementation of foreign trade contracts for the supply of components for the mining industry of Kazakhstan. During 2016-201 the total amount of financing provided by TransKapitalBank is exceeding RUB 50 million.
The risk of non-payment from international buyers to the Russian exporters due to implementation of political or entrepreneurial risks is insured in EXIAR within the framework of the product - “Loan to the supplier under short-term pledge of receivables is insured by EXIAR”
TKB provides a wide range of products of pre-export and post-export financing, supporting the supply of high-tech goods and services under the EXIAR’s insurance to all countries of the world. The Bank also is actively developing “Bank for Banks” platform for financial institutions EEU and CIS. The program provides for complex approach in implementation of the product line, which includes settlements, treasury operations, syndicated loans, trade finance and, financing of Russian export under EXIAR’s insurance.
TKB Group took 27th place in terms of assets. This ranking of banks and banking groups was prepared by “Expert” magazine. The Group also includes Investtradebank, where in 2015 TKB was appointed as rehabilitation administrator.
The aggregate volume of the Group's assets amounted to RUB 339.7 billion as of 2017. As a result, TKB Group moved up one position in the ranking for the year.
According to RAS, TKB’s net profit in the first quarter of 2017 has exceeded RUB 116 million against the loss of RUB 666 million for the same period of time last year. The capital adequacy ratio (H1) equaled to 12.2%, instant liquidity ratio (H2) - 68.7%.
The Bank’s income was mostly formed due to the obtaining of interest income on loans, which amounted to RUB 3.6 billion. Total loan portfolio has decreased by 2% and amounted to 109.2 billion rubles (after deduction of provisions). At the same time, volume of loans to individuals, which consists mostly of mortgage loans, has amounted to RUB 40.2 billion.
The Volume of individuals’ deposits has decreased from RUB 57.5 billion in the beginning of the year to RUB 55.2 billion as of 01.04.2017, which is due to currency revaluation which happened because of national currency strengthening. The Bank’s assets remained practically unchanged and amounted to RUB 197.1 billion. The Bank’s capital is equal to RUB 24.2 billion.