NPLs remain an issue, says Serbian governor Tabaković

National Bank of Serbia: governor concerned by level and structure of NPLs
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The governor of the National Bank of Serbia has said the level and structure of non-performing loans are a key concern of the central bank.

Speaking at the Kopaonik Business Forum on March 7, Jorgovanka Tabaković’s speech discussed what the financial industry could learn from past mistakes.

“Credit risk reflected in a relatively high share of NPLs in total loans poses the greatest problem for us,” he said. Despite a decline in the NPL ratio, it remains “relatively high” at 17% at the end of

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