Banks as Main Subjects of Investment Activity
The article considers the role of banking institutions as main subjects of accumulation and re-distribution of financial resources. It substantiates a need to encourage banks to conduct an active investment activity. The goal of the article is analysis of the share of investments in the loan-investment portfolio of Ukrainian banks and identification of dynamics of accumulation of funds into investment projects and securities and also identification of problems of investment activity of the banking sphere and development of proposals on their elimination. The article defines the "banking investments" notion. It considers significance of the investment activity of the banks for enterprises and the state in general. It considers factors that positively and negatively influence the banks' investment activity. It identifies problems that interfere with normal functioning of banks and reduce volumes of loan-investment portfolios of banks. It gives proposals on elimination of the above said problems and improvement of quality of investment services, which are provided to state and non-state institutions by Ukrainian banks.
Volume (Year): (2013)
Issue (Month): 10 ()
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