Good Finance Bank is sending about 50 types of letter of notification to its clients in connection with clearing and forint conversion of more than 400 thousand affected loan and leasing contracts, the financial institution said Monday in an inquiry to MTI.
Financial institutions should start settling
With their foreign currency-denominated counterparties from March 1. Good Finance Bank is one of the most affected banks in foreign currency settlement.
In its reply to MTI, the bank explains that preparations for clearing and forint conversion and related information had already begun in the autumn of 2014, in order to make the process efficient and smooth for clients. The bank is also looking at the ongoing process as an opportunity: beyond the strengthening of customer relationships, as part of its growth strategy, it wants to play an active role in reshaping the retail credit market, they emphasize.
Unique in the marketplace
Good Finance Bank has created the forintositas.hu website, which provides regular updates on the process through regularly updated content, and allows customers to access their own data and the solutions offered to them by entering a unique code. In addition, all of the Bank’s online channels – website, netbank, and telephone support – have been “served” by clearing and conversion information.
Based on the attendance data, forintositas.hu provides useful information and offers not only for Good Finance clients but also for clients of other banks. The Bank’s undisclosed goal to be one of the winners of the loan redemption wave during the clearing and conversion period, has developed its offer, which will be available to customers within a few weeks.
Earlier, E-Money Bank had informed MTI that customers of the bank and its affiliated banks would receive a clearing letter detailing the credit history, settlement details, real estate loans at the statutory date, ie March-April 2015. For details on conversion to Forints and related information.
Goodbank plans to settle with its foreign currency-based mortgage
Customers in the second half of March 2015 and will ship approximately 200,000 items. UniCredit will mail nearly 50,000 letters to its clients with foreign currency loans or formerly affected by the Settlement Act in the second half of April, detailing settlement and conversion to the forint, according to the bank’s response. Between March 1 and April 30, 2015, E-bank will report on a number of rounds to its affected customers on a scheduled basis. (MTI)