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Uzbek Central bank publishes list of leading non-state banks in terms of loans

Economy News 20 October 2021 18:57
TurkicWorld Aytac Aliyeva
Uzbek Central bank publishes list of leading non-state banks in terms of loans

Hamkor bank became the leader among the banks without state share in terms of the volume of loans for the period of January through September 2021 in Uzbekistan, TurkicWorld reports via the Central Bank of Uzbekistan.

The loans of Hamkor bank amounted to 8.6 billion soums ($809,600), having increased by 23 percent over the year. For comparison, in January through September 2020 the loans of this bank amounted to 7 billion soums ($657,300).

The rating of Uzbek banks without state share in terms of loans:

Hamkor bank

8.6 billion soums ($809,600)

Kapital bank

6.4 billion soums ($600,000)

Ipak Yuli bank

6.1 billion soums ($575,000)

UzKBD bank

1 billion soums ($98,000)

Orient Finans bank

3.6 billion soums ($342,000)

Invest Finans bank

3.5 billion soums ($331,000)

Trust bank

2.4 billion soums ($230,000)

Аsia Alliance bank

1.8 billion soums ($175,000)

Tenge bank

1.5 billion soums ($148,000)

Davr bank

1.8 billion soums ($173,000)

Ziraat bank

656 million soums ($61,000)

Universal bank

779 million soums ($72,500)

Savdogar bank

818 million soums ($76,000)

Turkiston bank

702 million soums ($65,000)

Ravnaq bank

544 million soums ($50,000)

Anor bank

349 million soums ($32,500)

Tbilisi bank

153 million soums ($14,000)

Saderat bank

12 million soums ($1,000)

Hi-Tech bank

185 million soums ($17,000)

Madad Invest bank

123 million soums ($11,000)

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