June 7 (Bloomberg) -- Ukrainian lender VAT Nadra Bank increased its capital by $22.6 million with a subordinated loan from investors.
Ukraine’s central bank has approved the capital increase, Kiev-based Nadra said in e-mailed statement today.
Nadra was state-managed from February 2009 when it ran out of cash during the global financial crisis. Ukrainian businessman Dmitry Firtash acquired 89.9 percent of the bank’s statutory capital on May 4 this year.
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