DDC European Investment Summit Series - Sept 25, 2018 - London England
According to recent reports, 56% of loans held be Ukrainian banks are non-performing. According to new rules, loans that are 90 days delinquent (30 days for banks) or loans that are unlikely that the debt can be collected without seizing the collateral are considered non-performing
In December, Moody's published an updated forecast for the country's banking sector. The agency says the proportion of problem loans in Ukraine will still be at 50 percent by the end of 2019.
Joining the podcast to discuss the Ukrainian NPL market is Krill Lukin, Director of Investment Banking and Head of the Financial Institutions group at Dragon Capital. Dragon Capital is a group of companies in the field of investment and financial services offering a range of products in equities and fixed income sales, trading, asset management and research.