Central bank management, Hungarian bank heads meet

MNB

The management of the National Bank of Hungary (MNB) and the heads of Hungary’s biggest banks met today to hold talks regarding the expansion of MNB’S Funding for Growth scheme, support for lending, necessary measures for phasing out foreign currency-denominated loans and other regulatory questions, the central bank announced.

MNB governor György Matolcsy and top officials from the Growth Credit Bank (NHB), Duna savings cooperative, Granit Bank, Raiffeisen Bank, Unicredit Bank, K and H Bank, CIB Bank, Erste Bank, Takarékbank, OTP Bank and Budapest Bank were present at the negotiations.

According to Hungarian news agency MTI, the central bank has been in talks with bank heads in Hungary on a regular basis since the spring of 2013.

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