ALMATY, July 24 (Reuters) - Kazakhstan's largest bank, BTA BTAS.KZ, said on Friday it could offer creditors a haircut on its debt repayment of 66 to 97 percent excluding trade finance following a $7.9 billion 2008 loss and further charges this year.
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Below is the list of liabilities BTA plans to restructure and respective creditors or organisers, according to a presentation published on its website www.bta.kz/en.
* Wakala Facility (Islamic finance, organiser not named) - $250 million outstanding
* Standard Chartered STAN.L - $193 million outstanding
* Bayern LB - $25 million
* ING Bank ING.AS - 626 million yen ($7 million) outstanding
BILATERAL LOANS FROM COMMERCIAL BANKS
* Credit Suisse CS.N - $500 million outstanding
* Standard Bank London - $100 million outstanding
* Commerzbank CBKG.DE - $100 million outstanding
* Morgan Stanley MS.N - 334 million yen ($3.5 million) outstanding
* JPMorgan Chase Bank JPM.N - 94 million Russian roubles ($3 million) outstanding
* Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corp 8316.T - $2 million outstanding
BILATERAL LOANS FROM INTERNATIONAL INSTITUTIONS
* OPIC (U.S.) with NatCity NCC.N - $15 million outstanding
* OPIC with Wachovia WB.N - $18 million outstanding
* DEG (Germany) - $69 million outstanding
* DEG subordinated loan - $5 million outstanding
* Asian Development Bank - $54 million outstanding
* BTA has $5.2 billion in outstanding Eurobonds
* Institutional investors make up 76 percent of registered bondholders, retail investors account for 24 percent.
* U.S. investors make up 21 percent of bondholders, 18 percent are in Britain, 12 percent in Mexico, 10 percent in Singapore, Germany and Greece have 2 percent each. (Writing by Olzhas Auyezov; Editing by Greg Mahlich)
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