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MNB hosts bankersʼ breakfast

MNB

Image by Jessica Fejos

The management of the National Bank of Hungary held regular talks over breakfast with the heads of the countryʼs biggest banks and the chairman of the Hungarian Banking Association today, Hungarian news agency MTI reported.

(Photo: Jessica Fejos)

The sides discussed phasing out the MNBʼs Funding For Growth Scheme, other possible incentives for corporate lending, measures to channel banking sector liquidity into government securities, the portfolio of bad asset manager MARK, and weak competition and high interest rates for mortgage loans on the retail lending market.

The MNB has been holding talks with bank heads in Hungary on a regular basis since the spring of 2013.


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