Eximbank lending stock reaches HUF 1.1 tln
Magyar Eximbank's loan book reached more than HUF 1.1 trillion at the end of 2020, chairman-CEO Gergely Jákli said in an interview published in yesterday's issue of business daily Világgazdaság.
Jákli noted that new outlays to almost 1,500 borrowers came to HUF 467.5 billion. More than HUF 350 bln of those were made in the period after July, he added.
Magyar Eximbank's stock of export credit insurance reached HUF 425 bln last year, and it's portfolio of equity investments stood at HUF 92 bln, he said. About 40% of Magyar Eximbank's clients are not participating in a blanket moratorium on loan repayments introduced to ease the economic impact of the coronavirus crisis, he added.
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