33. Amounts due to customers

Accounting policies

Amounts due to customers are measured at amortized cost using the effective interest rate method. If the time schedule of cash flows from a financial liability cannot be determined, and thus the effective interest rate cannot be determined fairly, this liability is measured at amount due.

Financial information

AMOUNTS DUE TO CUSTOMERS31.12.201631.12.2015
   
Amounts due to retail clients148 000.4135 410.4
Current accounts and overnight deposits72 365.464 039.6
Term deposits75 303.971 079.6
Other liabilities331.1291.2
Amounts due to corporate entities48 657.151 213.7
Current accounts and overnight deposits30 986.622 447.2
Term deposits11 946.723 032.7
Loans and advances received4 662.43 924.1
Amounts due from repurchase agreements-829.1
Other liabilities1 061.4980.6
Amounts due to budget entities8 408.99 134.4
Current accounts and overnight deposits8 163.25 679.4
Term deposits187.03 435.5
Other liabilities58.719.5
   
Total 205 066.4 195 758.5

AMOUNTS DUE TO CUSTOMERS BY CLIENT SEGMENT31.12.201631.12.2015
   
Amounts due to customers, of which:  
retail and private banking140 021.1128 269.1
corporate37 638.842 606.6
small and medium enterprises22 734.520 122.7
loans and advances received4 662.43 924.1
amounts due from repurchase agreements-829.1
other liabilities9.66.9
   
Total 205 066.4 195 758.5