The net profit of First Ukrainian International Bank (FUIB, Kyiv) in January-March 2021 amounted to UAH 1 billion, which is 23.3% more than in the same period in 2020 (UAH 810.9 million), the bank said on its website.
According to the report, the bank’s net interest income in the first quarter increased by 20.7% compared to the same period a year earlier, to UAH 2.03 billion, and commission fees – by 5%, to UAH 439 million.
FUIB’s assets in the first three months of the year increased by 12.8%, to UAH 84.877 billion, in particular loans to customers – by 5.5%, to UAH 39.6 billion, and cash and cash equivalents – by 1.5 times, to UAH 21.26 billion.
The bank’s liabilities increased by 15%, to UAH 75.456 billion, in particular, customer funds – by 17%, to UAH 67.3 billion, and debt to other banks – by 35.7%, to UAH 1.84 billion.
The bank’s net worth decreased by 2.7% in three months, to UAH 9.42 billion. The charter capital remained at the level of UAH 4.78 billion.
FUIB was founded in 1991. Rinat Akhmetov is the owner of a significant stake in the bank (indirect participation is 99.9%).
According to the National Bank of Ukraine, as of March 1, 2021, in terms of total assets (UAH 85.516 billion) FUIB ranked seventh among 73 banks operating in the country.