Vietinbank's bad debts rise in Q1

Friday, May 16, 2014 15:56

A Vietinbank transaction office. The bank sees deposits and credits decline in Q1. — Photo

HA NOI (Biz Hub) ― Vietinbank's bad debts reached about VND6.3 trillion, or US$300 million, on March 31, an increase of 67 per cent over the end of last year.

The bank has posted the debt figure in its first quarter financial report. The bad debts represented 1.78 per cent the bank's total outstanding loans, rising from 1 per cent at last year-end, but remaining secure.

Deposits declined 2.8 per cent and credits fell by 5.86 per cent over the first quarter, both reaching over VND354 trillion, or $16.86 billion. The total asset value was down 3 per cent at VND558.78 trillion, or $26.61 billion.

Net revenues dropped 9.1 per cent over the same period last year, reaching VND4.22 trillion, or $200.95 million. Most business activities generated profits, except for securities investments suffering a loss of VND5 billion, or over $238,000.

With risk provisional funds declining nearly 24 per cent year-on-year, pre-tax profits increased 8 per cent to reach VND1.46 trillion, or $66.52 million. After-tax profits totalled VND1.14 trillion, or $54.28 million. ― VNS

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