The Central Bank said that helped to preserve financial stability in Russia

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The reorganization of the three large banks — «FC Opening», the Bank and PSB — it was necessary to hold, it is possible to maintain financial stability in the banking sector of the Russian Federation, said Chairman of the Bank of Russia Elvira Nabiullina.

The Bank of Russia for the last four months have taken on the reorganization through a management company of the Fund the consolidation of the banking sector (VCBS) three major Russian Bank. In August and September, the Central Bank announced a reorganization using PCBS of the Bank «FC Opening» and of the Bank, and in mid-December — PSB. Under this mechanism, the Central Bank becomes the main owner of the heals of the credit institution.

«This year was a turning point because for the first time we sanitized three major banks — we have been able to do this because we have just this year there was a tool to solve these problems — Fund consolidation of the banking sector. Obviously, in our opinion, such major banks had to sanitize that just lost depositors and creditors. This helped to maintain financial stability in the banking sector», — said Nabiullina in interview to TV channel «Russia 24».

Under the reorganization of the «Opening» of the Central Bank decapitalized Bank record 456,2 billion rubles, but warned that the amount may be inconclusive. And the recovery of the Bank, the Central Bank can spend 350-370 billion rubles, said the Chairman of the Central Bank Vasily Pozdyshev. According to preliminary estimates of the Bank of Russia, for the recapitalization of PSB may take from 100 billion to 200 billion rubles.

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