DIA at the end of September returned 14 billion rubles to the Central Bank of the Russian Federation, the remaining debt – 437 billion rubles.

DIA at the end of September returned 14 billion rubles to the Central Bank of the Russian Federation, the remaining debt – 437 billion rubles.

DIA at the end of September returned 14 billion rubles to the Central Bank of the Russian Federation, the remaining debt - 437 billion rubles.

The State Corporation “Deposit Insurance Agency” transferred 14 billion rubles to the Bank of Russia on September 30, 2020 as part of the repayment of debt under the credit line, the state corporation said in a statement.

Taking this into account, in total, the agency allocated 405 billion rubles to repay the loan to the Bank of Russia, including 147 billion rubles in 2020. The balance of the DIA's debt is 437 billion rubles.

In 2015-2017, the Bank of Russia provided the agency with a credit line to maintain the sufficiency of the mandatory deposit insurance fund. The last tranche from the Bank of Russia was received on October 23, 2017; at the end of 2017, the amount of receipts to the fund allowed the DIA to start repaying the funds.

In total, within the framework of a loan agreement concluded with the Bank of Russia with an approved limit of 1.030 trillion rubles, the agency received 842 billion rubles. These funds were fully used to pay insurance compensation to the depositor.

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