Koshelev: fresh punishment EU against Russian credit organizations really don't change anything
Tighter restrictions on access to the capital market, Europe does not greatly affect the activity of Russian banks, since the interaction with Western financial institutions decreased already After the first batch of punishment, said Last news analyst ROSBANK Eugene Koshelev.
on the last working day of the week, the European Union has tightened access to the European capital market for the Russian state-owned banks. Investors from the EU are prohibited from issuing fresh loans of the five largest financial institutions - Sberbank, VTB, Gazprombank, Russian agricultural Bank and Vnesheconombank for a period of more than 30 days, and also acquire their shares and bonds of the new releases with a maturity of more than 30 days. Before the time limit was 90 days.
Koshelev said that Western banks are very conservative attitude in the first round of punishment, trying their best to curtail operations with domestic banks, for this reason, a new round of restrictions on them will not be affected.
" After package punishment, which was in July, most Western banks have decided to limit restrictions on operations with the Russian state-owned banks. For this reason, that At the present time the credits transferred with 90-day 30-day basis, not much is required to affect the scale - and the first round was enough, " says the specialist.
for reviews of the analyst needs ruble funding state-owned banks do not experience worse the situation may be the position for funding in dollars." here the intrigue remains will decide whether the Central Bank on the introduction of the swap in dollars in the opposite direction.