Armenia’s credit organizations' equity capital grew by 21% in 9 months to 136.8 billion drams

18.11.2015 17:11
Armenia’s credit organizations' equity capital grew by 21% in 9 months to 136.8 billion drams

YEREVAN, November 18. /ARKA/. The equity capital of 32 credit organizations in Armenia in the 3rd quarter totaled 136.8 billion drams, a 21% rise when compared with the beginning of the year, according to an ARKA news agency's study.

The leading credit organization in terms of equity capital was Bnakaran Yeritasardnerin (Apartments to Young) with 64.8 billion drams, which surged by 54.5% from the beginning of the year. It was followed by the National Mortgage Company with 15.1 billion drams equity capital that grew by 22.7% from the beginning of the year.

Aregak was third with an equity capital worth 13.8 billion drams. It was up 6.24% from the beginning of the year. Aregak was followed by Kamurj with about 5.9 billion drams of equity capital that rose in the reporting period by 3% and Finca was fifth with 5.5 billion drams, a decline of 3.45%. ($ 1 - 482.24 drams). -0-


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