The national Bank of Ukraine (NBU) does not support the possible purchase of a post of one of Ukrainian banks. This reports the press service of the regulator.

“The position of the National Bank of Ukraine remains unchanged: the state’s share in the banking system should decrease. Therefore, the national Bank does not support the creation of new state banks or the acquisition of banks by state-owned companies”, reads the official statement of the NBU.

Earlier today the head of Russian post Igor Smelyansky has informed that the company intends to develop financial services. He said that negotiations are underway with a number of small banks with a view to partnership.

To do this, the NBU reported that the Mail system transfer from Ukrposhta has become a leader among the resident systems on remittances. The plans of the Russian post – opening post and Deposit accounts and cashless payments.

In an interview Smelyanskiy said that Ukrposhta is a challenge to the banking sector. The company intends to expand the range of financial services and make its customers 14 million people. Plans Ukrposhta open the mailbox and Deposit accounts and cashless payments.

See also: Igor Smelyansky: Ukrposhta may become a shareholder of any Bank

NBU opposed to the postal service bought the Bank 29.11.2017

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