The Central Bank will create a schedule dosoznanie reserves in case of bankruptcy of “Transaero”

The Central Bank will create a schedule dosoznanie reserves in case of bankruptcy of “Transaero”

LIMA, 10 Oct. The CBR will form a single seamless chart dosoznanie reserves to all banks — creditors of “Transaero” in the event of bankruptcy of the airline, told reporters the head of the Bank of Russia Elvira Nabiullina.

“We are now studying the situation in all banks in order to understand the impact of possible decisions on the financial position of these banks on how they will comply with the regulations, whether the owners in case of problems to help. After studying this material individually to the banks, we will examine and, if need be, will accept a single solution for all banks,” she said.

The Central Bank earlier reported that considering the question of granting banks the possibility to form reserves for loans “Transaero” on schedules agreed with the Bank of Russia.

“It won’t be for some an individual solution for each Bank on creation of reserves, but perhaps a plan that will allow the situation go more smoothly”, — said Nabiullina.

“It could be a single schedule dosoznanie reserves — at us such cases already have been, decisions were made on certain situations. It may not be long protracted, but nevertheless smoother procedure smoother schedule dosoznanie reserves”, — said the head of the Central Bank.

Total debt “Transaero together with the leasing liabilities amount to about 250 billion rubles. Financial debt of “Transaero” before VTB is 12 billion rubles, of which 9 billion rubles under the state guarantees, before Gazprombank — 7.9 billion rubles, the Sberbank — 6 billion rubles.

The largest lessors are VEB and VTB, who provided the aircraft, with 55 and 40 billion rubles. Leasing debt to Sberbank is not disclosed, however it is known that the company transferred 6 aircraft worth up to 10 billion rubles.

After a failed plan to transfer 75% of shares of “Transaero” state-controlled Aeroflot for subsequent readjustment of the carrier, creditors and the authorities are considering the option of bankruptcy. Alfa-Bank and Sberbank threatened to sue the relevant statements.