the Loan portfolio of Ukrainian banks in June 2020 decreased by 2.2% compared with the previous month – up to 1 trillion 106 billion UAH, including the volume of non-performing loans (NPL) – 4.5%, to 536,29 billion UAH, reported on the website of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU).
According to Hey, the loan portfolio of state banks (Privat no) decreased by 6.9% (to 306,67 billion), PrivatBank increased by 0.05% (to 312,43 billion), banks with foreign capital decreased by 1.7% (to 335,17 billion), and banks with private capital increased by 1.9% (to 152,13 billion UAH).
however, in June the volume of NPL in state banks (Privat no) decreased by 14.9% (to 143,03 billion UAH), in PrivatBank grew by 0.08% (up to 247,76 billion), banks with foreign capital – have declined by 0.06% (up to 116,68 billion), with private – 1.39% (to 28.81 billion UAH).
overall, during the first half of the loan portfolio of Ukrainian banks increased by 8.79 billion (or 0.8%), and the NPL volume – by 5.51 billion (or 1.04%).
According to the NBU, at the end of six months, the NPL share in the loan portfolios of Ukrainian banks increased by 0.1 percentage points (PP) – to 48.5%, including in state-owned banks (Privat no) decreased by 2.7 p. p. (to 46.64%), while PrivatBank have increased by 0.9 percentage points (to 79.3%), banks with foreign capital – by 2.3 points (to 34.8%), with the private – 0.4 percentage points (to 18.9%).
As reported, at the end of 2019, the share of NPL in Ukrainian banks fell by 4.5 percentage points and for the first time in recent years has been less than half of their total credit portfolio – 48.4 per cent.