Lithuanian central bank reprimands Vilniaus Bank

Lithuania's central bank said on Thursday it was reprimanding Vilniaus Bank for failing to meet its prudential requirement but was taking no punitive action because the country's largest financial institution had remedied the situation.

"As of 1 November 2000, a Vilniaus Bank deposit was registered in a foreign bank that exceeded by 2% the 25% maximum loan limit to one borrower," the central bank in a statement.

Vilniaus Bank's capital is around 558 million litas ($139.5 million). The

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