Translated version of this PSD: Ukrainian
The EBRD is considering an extension for up to 7 years of the existing US$ 65 million subordinated debt to JSC OTP Bank Ukraine (the “bank”, “OTPU”). The project is part of a broader recapitalisation plan developed by OTP Hungary (the “parent”) for its Ukrainian subsidiary, which addresses challenges faced by the bank as a result of the severely deteriorated economic and political situation in the country.
This transaction will support a private, foreign-owned player, capable of withstanding the crisis while continuing to implement and promote sound banking principles and best international practices. Combined with the parent’s recapitalisation efforts, the transaction will sustain the bank’s operations in the current challenging environment, sending a strong demonstration signal to the market.
JSC OTP Bank Ukraine is a 100 per cent subsidiary of OTP Bank Plc., Hungary. OTPU is a universal commercial bank with country-wide presence, specialising in servicing middle-sizedcorporates and consumer finance. OTPU was the 15th largest bank in Ukraine with 1.6 per cent share of total banking assets as of the end of 2014. OTP Bank Plc. is a leading Hungarian financial group with ca. 21 per cent market share in total assets.
Subordinated loan in the amount of up to US$ 65 million.
US$ 65 million.
Environmental and social categorisation, impact, and mitigation
Categorised FI. OTPU will be required to comply with EBRD's Performance Requirements 2 Labour and Working Conditions, PR 4 Community Health, Safety and Security and PR 9 Financial Intermediaries, implement the Bank's E&S Procedures for Corporate Loans and submit Annual Environmental and Social reports to the Bank.
Mr. Taras Prots
Member of the Board
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