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Non-performing loans €27.90 billion

Non-performing loans (NPLs) in the Cypriot financial system fell from €27.95 billion in July to €27.90 billion in August, approximately 175 per cent of Cyprus GDP according to the Cyprus Central Bank.

Non-performing loans at €29 billion

Non-performing loans (NPLs) in the Cypriot banking system continued their upward trend in July reaching €28.88 billion; 47.17 per cent of the total amount of loans according to the island’s Central Bank.

Construction sector worst non-payers

Half the businesses in Cyprus are failing to repay their loans, with the construction sector being the worst offender as non-performing loans reached 72 percent in June according to the Central Bank.

Pressure on non-performing loan recovery

The troika of international lenders has raised the stakes on the recovery of non-performing by increasing pressure on delinquent borrowers who refuse to service their loans despite having the ability to do so.

€12 billion non-performing loans restructured

Cypriot banks have restructured €12 billion of their non-performing loans as of April 2014, more than a quarter of their total loan portfolios of €44 billion, according to the Association of Cyprus Banks.

Troika seeks to contain strategic defaults

In an effort to counter strategic defaulters the Troika is considering bringing forward the timeframe for the framework being developed concerning foreclosures and insolvency reports the Cyprus News Agency.

Possible ‘Development Bank’ to manage NPLs

The Bank of Cyprus Board of Directors is expected to decide today whether to establish a “development bank” to deal with the problems of non-performing loans according to state broadcaster CyBC.

NPLs in the land of freebees and populism

Non-performing loans (NPLs) have reached €26 billion and continue their upward trend while property prices continue their downward march. Valuable time has been lost unnecessarily.

A meaningless exercise in financial futility

While in conversation at their club after a particularly satisfying luncheon, a few long-term banker acquaintances discuss the financial problems in the Cyprus property market as they sip their brandies.

Stemming the rise of non-performing loans

If the rise in non-performing loans is to be stopped, the Cypriot banks need to start thinking ‘out of the box’ and employ innovative approaches that can provide short and long-term solutions to the problem.

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