TheRussian Deposit Insurance Agency increased the capital of its unit by9.9 billion Russian rubles, Kommersantsaid Oct. 10.
Thisis the third recapitalization of the bank, which already obtained a total of 9billion rubles in the first half via the transfer of federal loan bonds fromthe DIA, according to the newspaper.
RossiyskyCapital needs the additional funds to finance building projects carried out byconstruction holding SU-155 Group, as it oversees the latter's financialrecovery, Kommersant added. Sourcescited by the newspaper said the bank may need an additional 20 billion rublesin the future because the funding provided so far will not cover the entirecosts of SU-155 Group's recovery program.
As of Oct. 10, US$1 wasequivalent to 62.01 Russian rubles.