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Ukrainian banking system escalates incomes drowsily and decreases allocations to reserves

Income of the Ukrainian banking system increased by 4.3% in 2011 compared to 2010 and totaled UAH 142.8 bn. In the same period, the banking system’s expenses increased by 0.4% and totaled UAH 150.5 bn.

The main income share was covered by the income on loan interest making up UAH 113.352 bn., and its share totaled 79.4%. It’s followed by fee revenues taking the second place and making up UAH 18.473 bn. , their share was 12.9% of the total income within the banking system.

Interest costs made up UAH 59.506 bn. or 39.6% of the total costs. Allocations to reserves reached UAH 36.508 bn. or 24.3% of the total expenses. Administration costs made up UAH 34.327 bn. or 22,8% of the total expenses.

We’d like to note that the interest revenue has not practically changed for a year. Interest costs decreased from UAH 61.409 bn. to UAH 59.506 bn. In a similar fashion, allocations to reserves decreased from UAH 46.171 bn. to UAH 36.508 bn. However, administration costs increased from UAH 29.058 bn. to UAH 34.327 bn.

Data source: National Bank of Ukraine

 
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