Bank RBK is the absolute growth leader: plus 8.2% (or 15.7 billion tenge) at once to March, up to 208 billion tenge. It is noteworthy that this is not a one-time monthly leadership but a trend: the bank is leading among the TOP-10 and in annual dynamics (immediately plus 36%, or 55 billion, with an average growth in the sector by 15%, and in TOP-10 second-tier banks - by 15.1%).
Kaspi Bank (plus 4.8% for April, and 27.7% for the year) and the state ZhilStroiSberBank (plus 1.1% for the month, and 28.6%) also entered the top three financial institutions that showed a monthly increase in retail deposits.
The total volume of bank deposits by May amounted to 19.06 trillion tenge, 0.6% less than a month earlier. The corporate deposits dropped even more than retail deposits, by 0.8% for a month; accordingly, the share of retail deposits from the total portfolio in April amounted to 51.8%, against 51.7% in March this year.
Two of the three banks that have increased the retail deposits basket have increased the volume of business deposits. RBK Bank added 2.1% for a month (and 8.6% for the year) increasing the portfolio of deposits of legal entities to 126.4 billion tenge. Kaspi Bank added 0.9% for one month up to 164.1 billion tenge.
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