Published at: 2017-03-29 14:47 | Author: Robert McLean
Vladimir Lakatos (Tatra bank) says the residential boom is likely to extend into next year
How much do you have outstanding at the moment in terms of real estate lending, and are you able to increase it?

We haven’t reached the limit of what we are able to lend, so we can still grow. In fact, we won’t be able to reach our limit this year because that would require enormous growth. We’re content to let this happen naturally, because we’re not focusing on volume but rather we’re interested in healthy deals. Even though we’ve enjoyed a lot of growth in the past few years -- 40 percent...

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