ArmInfo. Starting from January 20, 2017, nominal coupon bonds issued by "ANELIK BANK" CJSC will be listed on NASDAQ OMX Armenia and included in the bonds main Abond list, the press service of NASDAQ OMX Armenia informs.
Listed securities comprise 50,000 coupon bonds with nominal value of USD 100, coupon rate of 6.5% and maturity period of 2 years. The bonds (ISIN - AMANLBB21ER4) will be traded under ANLBB1 ticker symbol and will be allowed to manual and REPO trading as well.
To recall, in early November 2016 Anelik Bank CJSC announced a successful completion of additional closed issue of 405,511 shares and increased its authorized capital by AMD 21.8 billion to AMD 39 billion from AMD 17.2 billion as of 1 October. As a result, the Bank's total capital increased to 36.7 bln drams (from previous 14.9 bln drams as of October 1), which exceeds the requirement (AMD 30 bln) that came into effect in Jan 2017. These shares were purchased by FISTOCO LTD (Cyprus), whose stake in the Bank's capital made up 59.68%, with the stake of the previous sole shareholder - Lebanese Bank CreditBank S.A.L -decreasing from 100% to 40.32%. Tarek J. Khalefe (CreditBank S.A.L) and Vartan Dilanyan (FISTOCO LTD) are indirect majority shareholders. The shareholders brought together a new Council of the Bank comprising experienced and senior market professionals. Vartan Dilanyan (Managing Director of "Accenture" Ltd Russia) became the Chairman of the Council. The Board of the Bank underwent no changes and it is headed by Nerses Karamanukyan.
According to the data of Express Ranking of Armenian Banks prepared by ArmInfo Anelik Bank has significantly increased loan portfolio in 2016 (3.6-fold), investments in state securities (4.6- fold), placed inter-bank deposits/loans (14-fold), disposable funds (2.1-fold.), liabilities against clients (3.2-fold), loans attracted from international structures (3.3-fold). As a result the bank's assets have grown in the reported period by 3.1-fold, amid 3.3-fold growth of obligations and 2.5- fold growth of total capital. Due to this Anelik Bank managed to increase net profit 6-fold in 2016-to 1.2 bln drams (the exchange rate of AMD/USD totaled 483.94 AMD/$1 on December 31, 2016).