The state-run Deposit Guarantee Fund (DGF) has stated that payments into accounts of the banks undergoing a closedown procedure were at a record level of UAH 1.54 billion in December. Press service of the DGF has said this in a statement, Ukrainian News Agency reports. The major payment of UAH 756.5 million was received in December from the placement of the government bonds. Another UAH 579.1 million was received from the sale of the banks' assets, UAH 194.2 million - from repayment of loans by borrowers and UAH 10 million - in rental fees. Over the entire 2017, payments into the accounts of banks being closed down amounted to UAH 9.862 billion, of them the largest share, UAH 5.02 billion, was received from the sale of the banks' assets. Another UAH 3.77 billion was paid by the borrowers. In addition, UAH 967.1 million was received in the payment for government bonds, and UAH 113.7 million - in rental fees. Besides, among the banks, in terms of the sale of assets, UAH 1.004 billion was received in proceeds from the sale of assets of the Forum bank, UAH 743.8 million - from Delta Bank, and UAH 518.9 million - from the Finances and Credit bank. In terms of loan repayment volumes, the largest amount (UAH 791.1 million) was paid into accounts of Delta Bank, UAH 708.2 million - into Platinum Bank, and UAH 645.1 million - into the VBR bank. As Ukrainian News Agency earlier reported, monthly data on payments into bank accounts, including the insolvent banks, are being published on the DGF website under the section Information about insolvent banks.