Source Pravda.Ru

Alfa-Bank has no industry preferences

Alfa-Bank has no industry preferences, President of Alfa-Bank Petr Avensaid at a press conference today. The credit portfolio of the bank was alittle less that $2bn, which includes the oil and gas sector, nuclear powerindustry and agriculture. Aven was quoted as saying the bank's investmentsare rather effective. They are determined by the economic feasibility ofparticular projects, therefore, as the bank's President stressed, Alfa-Bankhas no industry-related priorities in its credit policy..

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