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The banks in which the local authorities’ participation exceeded 25% operated in 23 regions ( see Table 1). In all, as of April 1, 2000, there were 35 such banks, and the average amount of their assets made up Rb. 1.7 bln. The average amount of the governmental investment in such banks made up Rb. 85.3 mln. It happens rather frequently that the local authorities’ investment in the banks’ capital is accompanied with the participation in their capital of enterprises with the government share in them. As of April 1, 2000, such a combination was noted in 72% banks of this category, and, accordingly, the share of the authorities’ participation in the authorized capital is not quite adequate indicator of the level of their influence on a certain bank, provided that, as the practice shows, to influence the bank, the authorities do not necessarily need to participate in its capital. However, as Fig.2 shows, such a participation provides for notable advantages in the course of formation of the resource base. The banks with the participation of local authorities had the balance on the accounts of budgets and extrabudgetary funds being a. 13%, with the average rate of this indicator under 2%.

The structure of liabilities of the banks with the participation of state- owned enterprises is characterized with an increased share of deposits ( 23.4% vs. 19.2% on average), and, notably enough, such a correlation is characteristic of both legal entities’ and private individuals’ deposits ( see Fig.2). In the structure of assets of this category of banks, the share of loans to the non- banking sector is higher than on average ( see Fig.1), while the share of overdue credits is also higher than on average ( 3.7% vs. 3.3% of credit portfolio), but it is much lower than the average indicator of the banks with the participation of federal structures.

Figure. 1

Assets of banks with the governmental participation, as of April 1, 2000

1- loans to non- banking sector

2- assets placed within the banking sector

3- other assets

A- banks with participation of federal authorities

B- banks with participation of subfederal authorities

C- banks with participation of state- owned enterprises

D- the average bank

Note: calculated on the data of 1,283 banks and those non- banking credit institutions, the structure of balance of which is lose to commercial banks; Sberbank and Vneshtorgbank, and banks managed by ARCO are excluded.

Figure 2

Structure of liabilities of banks with the government participation

1- deposits of private individuals, as % to assets

2- deposits of legal entities, as % to assets

3- balances on accounts of enterprises and organizations as % to assets

4- balances on the accounts of budgets and extrabudgetary funds as % of assets

5- the banking sector’s capital, CBR inclusive, as % to assets

6- other liabilities as % to assets

A- banks with participation of federal authorities

B- banks with participation of subfederal authorities

C- banks with participation of state- owned enterprises

D- the average bank

Note: calculated on the data of 1,283 banks and those non- banking credit institutions, the structure of balance of which is lose to commercial banks; Sberbank and Vneshtorgbank, and banks managed by ARCO are excluded.

Table 1

Distribution of banks with the participation of subfederal authorities in their authorized capital,
as of April1, 2000

Region

Number of credit institutions

Number of banks with the governmental participation*

With the participation of subfederal authorities

Total

The share in the authorized capital

25 to 50%

50 to 75%

Over 75%

Arkhangel’sk Oblast

5

3

1

Vologda Oblast



10

5

2

Republic of Karelia

1

1

1

1

Republic of Komi

6

5

1

St. Petersburg & Leningrad Oblast

45

25

7

1

Novgorod Oblast

3

3

1

Moscow and Moscow Oblast

629

193

23

3

3

Bryansk Oblast

2

1

1

Vladimir Oblast

3

3

1

Ivanovo Oblast

5

2

1

1

Tver Oblast

9

4

2

Kostroma Oblast

6

6

4

1

Orel Oblast

2

2

1

Ryazan Oblast

7

4

2

1

Smolensk Oblast

4

4

1

Tula Oblast

8

4

1

Yaroslavl Oblast

10

8

2

Nizhny Novgorod Oblast

21

15

4

Republic of Mary El

1

1

1

Republic of Chuvashia

7

4

2

Belgorod Oblast

7

7

2

Voronezh Oblast

4

2

1

Lipetsk Oblast

2

2

1

Astrakhan Oblast

4

4

2

Volograd Oblast

6

4

2

Samara Oblast

23

4

2

Penza Oblast

2

2

1

Saratov Oblast

20

14

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