The capital adequacy of the Bank "Credit Dnepr" (Kiev) and "Misto Bank" (Odessa) as of September 1, 2018 was below standard.

Banks Pinchuk and Fursin have insufficient capital adequacy.

Relevant data about the components of regulatory capital of banks and its adequacy is published on the website of the National Bank of Ukraine, reports Biznestsentr with reference to Interfax-Ukraine.

According to the national Bank, the standard H2 – sufficiency or capital adequacy of the Bank "Credit Dnepr" on that date was at the level of 4.49% with a required minimum level of 10% of "Misto Bank" is 4.15%.

Bank "Credit Dnepr" was founded in 1993. Its sole shareholder is the company "Brancroft Enterprises limited", which is indirectly owned by Viktor Pinchuk.

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According to the national Bank of Ukraine, July 1, 2018 to total assets (of 9.08 billion), the Bank occupied the 21st place among the 83 existing ones.

"Misto Bank" was founded in 1993. According to the NBU on 18 may 2018 major shareholders of financial institutions was Ivan Fursin, who is directly and indirectly owned 97,140513% stake in the Bank, the citizen of Latvia Igor Buimister – 1,8373%. In addition, 19 individuals owned from 0,000085% to 0,395864% each.

According to the national Bank of Ukraine, as of 1 July 2018 by total assets, the Bank occupied the 45th place (1,595 billion UAH) among the 83 operating banks in Ukraine.

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