328K private & 32K commercial bank accounts frozen in June

At the end of June there were 32,045 frozen business accounts in Croatia with a total of HRK 19.2 billion unsettled obligations and 328,788 blocked private accounts, with debts amounting to HRK 39.93 billion, according to figures released by the Financial Agency (FINA) on Monday.

Compared with May, the number of frozen private accounts was down by 283 or 0.1%, but their total debt grew by 1.9%.

The number of blocked commercial accounts in the same period was reduced by 2.2% and the debt in those accounts was reduced by 0.9%.

On the year, the number of frozen commercial accounts was down by 32.1% or 15,130, whereas the total debt owed by commercial entities dropped by 30.8% or HRK 8.55 billion on the year, FINA says.

Last update: Mon, 01/08/2016 - 09:53
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