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The NBU punished A-Bank for not providing consumers with a loan passport in writing

The National Bank imposed a fine of 258 thousand on A-Bank for violating the requirements of the law on the protection of the rights of consumers of financial services. This was reported by the regulator's press service.

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“The specified bank did not provide information to consumers before concluding consumer loan agreements in the form of a consumer loan passport in writing,” explained the National Bank.

The bank’s services are used more than 3.1 million clients. Last year, A-Bank increased the volume of lending to the population by 65% ​​(to UAH 7.9 billion).

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