Analysis of Banks with Foreign Capital
The article offers a new improved classification of banks by degree of participation of a foreign investor in the charter capital of a banking institution. Using this classification the article conducts an economic and statistical analysis of activity of banks with foreign capital, provides assessment of economic and financial changes caused by appearance of foreign capital in the domestic banking system and economy in general, reveals main advantages and shortcomings of availability of foreign capital in the banking sector. The article analyses dynamics of liabilities of leading banks with West-European capital and major Russian banks in the banking sector of Ukraine. On the basis of the revealed tendencies it analyses main reasons of withdrawal of banks with West-European capital from the Ukrainian market of banking services and studies reasons and consequences of intensive movement of the Russian capital into the Ukrainian banking system.
Volume (Year): (2013)
Issue (Month): 9 ()
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