BEM, Banca Sociala and Unibank as of January 1, 2018, returned a total of 1 billion 079.98 million lei out of the urgent loans received from the NBM in the amount of 14.1 billion lei.
According to the Ministry of Finance, at the beginning of January 2018, Banca de Economii returned to the state 334.04 million lei, Banca Socială - 443.84 million lei, and Unibank - 302.1 million lei. Meanwhile, according to the financial department, as of January 1, 2018, the banks themselves, which suffered from the "theft of the century" and the withdrawal of more than a billion dollars as a result of large fraudulent transactions, managed to restore 1 billion 002.59 million lei as a result of the recovery of debts from their customers, selling their own assets and those transferred to the banks from the of debtors, etc. The total amount of such restored funds of the Banca de Economii at the beginning of January this year amounted to 451.92 million lei, Banca Socială - 416.77 million lei, Unibank - 133.9 million lei. Thus, most of the funds were received by banks due to repayment by their clients of loans taken earlier - 577.03 million lei. In particular, the corresponding revenues of Banca de Economii as of early January 2018 amounted to 222.91 million lei, Banca Socială - 242.12 million lei, and Unibank-112 million lei. Revenues from the sale of banks' own assets amounted to 165.61 million lei, including, Banca de Economii raised 113.07 million lei, Banca Socială - 41.29 million lei, Unibank - 11.25 million lei. From the sale of assets transferred to the ownership of three banks, as of early January 2017, were raised 88.94 million lei, including Banca de Economii received 81.48 million lei, Banca Socială - 4.66 million lei, and Unibank - 2.8 million lei. Herewith, other receipts (execution sheets, bankruptcy procedures, etc.) amounted to 171.01 million lei, including Banca de Economii - 34.46 million lei, Banca Socială - 128.7 million lei, , Unibank - 7.85 million lei. // 09/01/2018 – InfoMarket.