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Sberbank Private Banking notes substantial inflow of finances to Russia

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RBC, citing Sberbank Private Banking employee Yevgeny Tyurikov, reports the first fruits of American threats against a number of Russian citizens denounced by the authorities and having slightly more finance than the rest of the public. According to a spokeswoman for SPB, the flow of financial resources to Russia has sharply increased. The expert connects this with fears that somehow relate to possible new anti-Russian sanctions.




According to Evgenia Tyurina, expressed at a press conference, the inflow of funds from abroad in the Russian Federation has tripled in comparison with the same period of 2017 of the year (this is data for January).

Of statements:
Firstly, it is connected with the expectation of sanctions, that is, the end of December - the last week - and January, it seems to me, everyone lived under the fact that now there will be January 29 and February 2 and there will be sanctions, let's translate somewhere.


It is noted that funds are transferred to Russia from Britain, Switzerland, Austria and other countries. Sberbank does not disclose exact data, while the representative of the bank notes that the sums are returned very large.

Evgenia Tyurikova:
We are talking about tickets in the hundreds of millions of dollars.


Recall that earlier in the United States published the so-called "Kremlin list", containing more than 200 names of Russian officials and businessmen, among whom are those who have accounts outside of Russia. In the US Congress, they said that the publication of such a list without imposing sanctions was “a gift from Trump to Putin, since the secrets of who can be imposed personal sanctions measures are revealed.”
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  1. Sergeant71
    Sergeant71 13 February 2018 12: 32
    0
    Some of the funds from European banks are returned after the latest scandals.
    1. Thrall
      Thrall 13 February 2018 12: 33
      +2
      Quote: Sergeant71
      after the last scandals

      what kind of scandals?
      1. 210ox
        210ox 13 February 2018 12: 35
        +6
        Probably our thieves staged sit-ins there ... wassat
        Quote: Thrall
        Quote: Sergeant71
        after the last scandals

        what kind of scandals?
        1. ul_vitalii
          ul_vitalii 13 February 2018 12: 51
          +10
          Gref was driven to the butter and caviar, the weak link is visible from all of our banks, it is easiest to pull out or attach excessively acquired. smile
      2. vlad66
        vlad66 13 February 2018 12: 50
        +14
        What. laughing Thank you Trump for the sanctions? laughing laughing laughing
      3. ASG7
        ASG7 13 February 2018 14: 05
        +2
        I'm afraid to make a mistake, but in my opinion, Mr. Titov brought a collective letter to Putin from the Russian "businessmen" from London, asking for an amnesty for his capital. So here are the consequences, some people succeeded.
        1. Lelek
          Lelek 13 February 2018 16: 46
          +4
          Quote: ASG7
          I'm afraid to make a mistake

          hi
          You are not mistaken. Such a fact really had a place to be. The answer was that the amnesty was extended until 2019, but only for EXTREME-CAPITAL funds. Criminality is still under the sovereign's eye - the prosecutor's office. And legal money flowed into Russia in a thin stream.

          Now the main thing for the government of the Russian Federation is to find and provide areas for the application of these capital, so that they do not lie in dead banks in banks.
    2. Father of a Soldier
      Father of a Soldier 13 February 2018 12: 45
      +8
      Who in the subject tell me why the "native" Sberbank in Western Europe gives out loans to the population at 6%, but in Russia it is not shy in percentage?
      1. Logall
        Logall 13 February 2018 12: 47
        +20
        The inflation rate in Europe is very low, and the laws are stricter! They work there, but they rob here ...
        Poles take loans in the European Union and buy up business in the suburbs! Loans at 2-3% ... Therefore, our business runs for loans to the west! Therefore, they cry from sanctions ...
        1. mkop
          mkop 13 February 2018 12: 51
          +4
          What does inflation and laws have to do with it? Key rate is the reason. In our country, it is gigantic in comparison with Europe.
          1. Logall
            Logall 13 February 2018 12: 56
            +11
            What is the key bet based on? On the course and leaps of the national currency, as well as annual inflation! You at least read a little ... At least articles.
            1. mkop
              mkop 13 February 2018 13: 01
              +2
              You yourself read it. At least Wikipedia.
              "It plays a key role in setting interest rates on bank loans and has an impact on inflation and the cost of funding banks." From the article about the key bid. The key rate affects inflation, and not vice versa. Key bid affected inflation risksrather than inflation. And the dynamics of inflation, and not its indicator itself.
              And one more remark, the key rate here is one of the instruments of inflation targeting.
              1. Logall
                Logall 13 February 2018 13: 10
                +8
                Why should the Central Bank raise the rate?
                Raising rates, central banks around the world want to contain inflation. It is arranged this way: at a high key rate, interest rates on loans to business grow. On these conditions, he does not want to take loans, which is why less money comes into the economy. A small amount of money in circulation leads to their appreciation, and not depreciation.
                1. mkop
                  mkop 13 February 2018 13: 19
                  +1
                  All is correct. A change in the key rate leads to changes in the dynamics of inflation.
                  1. Logall
                    Logall 13 February 2018 13: 42
                    +4
                    Quote: mkop
                    A change in the key rate leads to changes in the dynamics of inflation.

                    The fact of the matter is that this formula is inversely proportional ... Inflation forces you to raise the rate, and lower inflation leads to lower rates! If you do not touch exchanges and currencies ... And then you can get lost in the wilds yes
                    1. Sling cutter
                      Sling cutter 13 February 2018 13: 46
                      +3
                      Quote: Logall
                      The fact of the matter is that this formula is inversely proportional ... Inflation forces you to raise the rate, and lower inflation leads to lower rates!

                      However, are we observing negative rates in the European Union, or is there no inflation there?
                      1. Logall
                        Logall 13 February 2018 13: 50
                        +4
                        Of course, it is present, but very low ... And there is also a state business support program providing a low interest on loans, and sometimes a lack of interest ... EU member states are charged at the expense of taxes, at the expense of GDP!
                    2. mkop
                      mkop 13 February 2018 15: 12
                      +1
                      What is the inverse proportionality? What are you talking about? If one quantity rises and the second too, this is direct proportionality. That’s it, I’m ending here, the conversation is useless, alas.
        2. Lexus
          Lexus 13 February 2018 20: 13
          +2
          Mindful of the regular scandals with Russian banks (closures, reorganizations, refusals to withdraw cash from the account), it is simply dangerous to keep serious money in them if you are "not in the system" and it is very problematic to prove anything in the event of a collapse.
      2. 210ox
        210ox 13 February 2018 12: 48
        +4
        Why?! This is a whole science .... Why doesn’t it work in Crimea, why are such percentages. Yes, the economy is different, and this is where the percentages come from ...
        Quote: Father of a soldier
        Who in the subject tell me why the "native" Sberbank in Western Europe gives out loans to the population at 6%, but in Russia it is not shy in percentage?
      3. Sling cutter
        Sling cutter 13 February 2018 13: 54
        +8
        Quote: Soldier's father
        Who in the subject tell me why the "native" Sberbank in Western Europe gives out loans to the population at 6%, but in Russia it is not shy in percentage?

        And who said that Sberbank is native? My native was a savings bank! And Sberbank is the same "native" fake, like Gasprom, such as a national treasure.
        "The general director of the state corporation Rusnano, Anatoly Chubais, has not been included in the new composition of the international council of the American bank JP Morgan Chase. At the same time, the Russian is still present in the updated council: The head of Sberbank German Gref was elected a new member of this advisory body. The changes became known from the documents of the financial corporation available to Izvestia.

        German Gref joined the new JP Morgan Chase International Council along with former British Prime Minister Tony Blair, President of the China Investment Corporation (CIC) Gao Xiqing, and Harvard University professor Martin Feldstein, who has been president of the National Bureau of Economic Research for many years.

        Anatoly Chubais, former head of RAO UES of Russia and current CEO of Rusnano, became a member of the JP Morgan Chase international council in 2008. He became the first representative of Russian business circles to become a member of this advisory body. Chubais was invited to the JPMorgan Chase by CEO James Dimon. "
      4. Bosch
        Bosch 13 February 2018 15: 07
        +3
        Sberbank is the most rotten bank in Russia. How many times robbed their depositors, and all for nothing.
        1. Vadim237
          Vadim237 13 February 2018 21: 16
          +1
          In the 10 years that my grandmothers are lying there, they have never robbed me.
  2. 210ox
    210ox 13 February 2018 12: 33
    +3
    Yes, God forbid that it would all be in Russia's favor .. Dreams. By the way, the Sberbank ATM has been working through the stump of the deck for the next two years .. No matter where they turn, it doesn’t help. Even in the district office they are denied it.
    1. midivan
      midivan 13 February 2018 12: 44
      +9
      Quote: 210ox
      By the way, the Sberbank ATM for the next two years has been working through the stump of the deck .. No matter where they turn, it doesn’t help. Even in the district office they are denied it.

      Elementary, take a crowbar fellow open and wait, after half an hour the owner will show up, if not, then unload the loot and go home, but what if the ownerless request
      1. 210ox
        210ox 13 February 2018 12: 50
        +4
        But in this case, the "owner" is always located ... yes
        Quote: midivan
        Quote: 210ox
        By the way, the Sberbank ATM for the next two years has been working through the stump of the deck .. No matter where they turn, it doesn’t help. Even in the district office they are denied it.

        Elementary, take a crowbar fellow open and wait, after half an hour the owner will show up, if not, then unload the loot and go home, but what if the ownerless request
    2. Nikolay Fedorov
      Nikolay Fedorov 13 February 2018 13: 43
      +3
      Quote: 210ox
      Yes, God forbid that it would all benefit Russia ..

      How can transfers from one foreign bank to another foreign bank (and even hostility) turn out to be beneficial for Russia ?! Sberbank Private Banking works exclusively against Russia on textbook principles (against Russia, with the help of Russia, at the expense of Russia). They, enemies, now also ceased to accept and issue cash.
  3. aszzz888
    aszzz888 13 February 2018 12: 33
    +8
    And not so that when it calms down, again withdraw the loot? request
    1. bouncyhunter
      bouncyhunter 13 February 2018 12: 36
      +13
      And this will depend not least on fiscal authorities and their attentiveness. wink
      1. aszzz888
        aszzz888 13 February 2018 12: 47
        +4
        Pasha, I think closer to March 18 there will be a more or less clear picture ....
        1. Serg65
          Serg65 13 February 2018 12: 50
          +9
          Quote: aszzz888
          I think closer to 18 of March there will be a more or less clear picture ....

          laughing Or 19.
          1. bouncyhunter
            bouncyhunter 13 February 2018 13: 03
            +4
            Quote: aszzz888
            I think closer to 18 of March there will be a more or less clear picture ....

            Quote: Serg65
            Or 19.

            In other words: spring will show who is where the cocoa. lol Seryoga, hello! hi
            1. Serg65
              Serg65 13 February 2018 13: 14
              +5
              Welcome Pash hi
              Where have you been? Or, on the instructions of the party in Washington, was illegitimate? laughing
              1. bouncyhunter
                bouncyhunter 13 February 2018 13: 18
                +3
                Quote: Serg65
                on the instructions of the party in Washington illegitimate?

                No, I’m so there - I made a little noise and washed off. repeat
                But seriously - unforeseen circumstances.
      2. midivan
        midivan 13 February 2018 13: 03
        +4
        Quote: bouncyhunter
        And this will depend not least on fiscal authorities and their attentiveness. wink

        drinks Greetings Pasha! I heard from the edge of my ear, you have purely attentive organs, can you give us a dozen for a divorce, so to speak, rejuvenate the blood. laughing
        1. bouncyhunter
          bouncyhunter 13 February 2018 13: 09
          +2
          Vanya, salute! hi drinks
          Quote: midivan
          I heard from the edge of my ear, you have purely attentive organs

          All because father himself keeps everything under control. wink
          Quote: midivan
          can give us a dozen for a divorce, so to speak rejuvenate blood.

          So it does not depend on me, otherwise I would share. yes
          1. midivan
            midivan 13 February 2018 13: 56
            +3
            Quote: bouncyhunter
            All because father himself keeps everything under control.

            belay And ours doesn’t even know, so it’s possible lol
            Quote: bouncyhunter
            So it does not depend on me, otherwise I would share.

            drinks And I have no doubt smile
        2. Serg65
          Serg65 13 February 2018 13: 16
          +5
          hi Greetings Ivan!
          Quote: midivan
          can you give us a dozen to divorce, so to speak rejuvenate blood

          Kyrgyz bodies suitable for rejuvenation? Moreover, one of our "bodies" adapted well in Minsk laughing
          1. midivan
            midivan 13 February 2018 13: 50
            +3
            hi drinks Greetings Sergey! Yes, we need at least one of the SCO, most importantly, Schaub worked properly laughing
    2. midivan
      midivan 13 February 2018 13: 10
      +4
      Quote: aszzz888
      And not so that when it calms down, again withdraw the loot? request

      Something tells me that pulling out now will be very difficult, no one has ever recalled blathering from behind a hill, and well, there must be at least some kind of Pride in the GDP, if they take it out again, it’s worthless to him and he should understand that, with all that friends are here, and there it’s impossible to say so over a hill lol Ehhh and all the same funny times, there is no time to cry laughing
  4. rotmistr60
    rotmistr60 13 February 2018 12: 39
    +5
    inflow of funds from abroad to the Russian Federation tripled in comparison with the same period in 2017
    So it turns out that Trump is still our man. If it weren’t for American sanctions, then England, Austria, Switzerland and others would not have fussed about checking money for “cleanliness”.
    1. Scoun
      Scoun 13 February 2018 13: 02
      +2
      Quote: rotmistr60
      inflow of funds from abroad to the Russian Federation tripled in comparison with the same period in 2017
      So it turns out that Trump is still our man. If it weren’t for American sanctions, then England, Austria, Switzerland and others would not have fussed about checking money for “cleanliness”.

      Plus, our Mr. Duma again seems to have approved the amnesty for capital. (Discuss for sure).
    2. woron333444
      woron333444 13 February 2018 13: 50
      +1
      Only one of the presidential candidates still can not hide the money. From one western bank to another hides.
  5. ded100
    ded100 13 February 2018 12: 42
    +4
    Sanctions here have benefited! Well, for the sanctions! drinks
    1. Svarog
      Svarog 13 February 2018 12: 48
      +4
      Quote: ded100
      Sanctions here have benefited! Well, for the sanctions! drinks

      Have you already felt the benefits? Statistics suggest otherwise.
    2. private person
      private person 13 February 2018 12: 51
      +3
      Who benefited from sanctions? The article is about nothing; it is the money of private individuals and the state and its population are of no use to them. Today they came and tomorrow again they went nowhere.
  6. Nyrobsky
    Nyrobsky 13 February 2018 12: 52
    +2
    These are trifles. Soon the cash will trample the shaft))) Now we’ll only print the bonds so that the “wallets” have state funds. guarantees and it will be necessary in banks to weld new cubic cells from stainless steel. There would be enough places where babos to store for storage bully
  7. win9090
    win9090 13 February 2018 13: 24
    +2
    But the point is, if it’s grandmas 1% untouchable ....
    and ordinary people will get worse, the dollar is getting stronger, which means everything else will rise in price.
  8. Nikolay Fedorov
    Nikolay Fedorov 13 February 2018 13: 27
    +5
    From one foreign bank transferred to another foreign bank ... Business ...
  9. Vard
    Vard 13 February 2018 14: 10
    0
    Abroad, you can take a loan of three percent kind ... We have seven now in banks ... They aimed at these four percent ...
  10. Bronevick
    Bronevick 13 February 2018 14: 56
    +2
    And on the contrary, I took all the money 3 years ago and spent everything already
  11. gukoyan
    gukoyan 13 February 2018 15: 31
    0
    Well, at least shit, they started in the right direction.!))
  12. Lexus
    Lexus 13 February 2018 16: 02
    0
    It would not happen that Sberbank is used to launder and bleach capital. Without data on the outflow for the same period, all statements by its representatives are worthless. hi
  13. Lynx33
    Lynx33 13 February 2018 18: 24
    +3
    Now, Sberbank will be able to ditch another several billion dollars of its depositors' funds for irrevocable investments in Ukraine, Turkey and other places where it will not work to take back the invested funds in principle. But they give their loans at crazy interest.
  14. andrej-shironov
    andrej-shironov 13 February 2018 19: 22
    +1
    Gref is not the most honest man! Believe him, do not respect yourself! Facts!
  15. Mentat
    Mentat 13 February 2018 19: 28
    +1
    Quote: Stroporez
    And who said that Sberbank is native? My native was a savings bank! And Sberbank is the same "native" fake, like Gasprom, such as a national treasure.

    Cutlets with flies do not interfere. Gref and Chubais are an untouchable opposition, for some complex reasons. But isolated.