Romania court registers OTP’s capital raise

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A capital raise of Hungarian OTP Bank at its Romanian unit has been registered by the local court, the bank said today in an announcement, according to Hungarian news agency MTI.

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The capital of OTP Bank Romania, which is solely owned by the Hungarian business, was raised to RON 1.25 billion, approximately €277 million, MTI reported.

A year ago, OTP raised capital at its Romanian unit to RON 958 mln from RON 783 mln, the raise having been equal to approximately €39 mln calculated at the exchange rate at the time.

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