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CREDITMARKET INDEX - UKRAINIAN INDEX OF EFFECTIVE INTEREST RATES ON CONSUMER LOANS FOR INDIVIDUALS

In the first part we discussed the staff fraud challenges. Today we will highlight situations when the financial institution managers create conditions favorable for fraudsters.

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According to the National Bank of Ukraine, 177 Ukrainian banks were holding banking licenses (public joint stock companies) issued by the National Bank of Ukraine as of 01.10.2011.

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The first part of Banking 2.0 focused on possible chances to improve the bank operation efficiency, customer loyalty, and, as a result, increase the profit by means of cooperation with another finance institution. Use of innovative technologies based on the concept of Open Finances allows distributing all participants’ functions beneficially within sales and financial services, as well as operational and crediting risks within such cooperation. Today we are going to discuss the issue of minimizing risks that arise from joining efforts with partners who are potential competitors of the bank.

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Today we may observe a heavy growth of car credits. First of all, it’s explained by the aggressive position of carmakers, auto dealers, and car importers. They promote credit accommodation activity of banks. Business activity revival is a wonderful thing. Have we learned all lessons from the past crisis?

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Income of Ukrainian banks increased by 2.8% within eight months of 2011 from the responding period in 2010 and amounted to UAH91.8 bn.

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One of the most fundamental risks faced by any organization is the staff fraud. This problem is particularly acute within financial institutions.

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Active involvement in the race for extension of the unsecured consumer lending can force banks into tough mid-term financial losses. Guile of problems of this kind consists in the fact that apart from evident fraud cases (which are promptly tracked within strict operating processes), losses are recorded as late as six months after the expansion started, provided that banks have quite an enhanced risk management and tough monitoring of troubled debts on the intervals. We’d like to stress that credit portfolios are permanently growing after an active start, as a rule, and it’s a common error to estimate indices based on the portfolio in this crediting segment.

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The new banking retail cycle starts. Has the financial retail field learned any lessons? Has the development strategy changed anyhow? How can we get closer to the customer?

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Ukrainian banks went up 86.5 billion (9.5%) year to date, and amounted to 1,032.0 billion, as of 1 Aug 2011. Total assets – 1,189.2 billion.

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Income of Ukrainian banks increased by 2.4% up to $80.2 bln within seven months of 2011 from the same period in 2010. The increase was mainly due to a growth in fee and commission income, income from trading transactions and other operating activities. Lower interest rates and the stagnation in lending led to the fact that the interest revenue of banks declined from 66.729 bln. to 64.312 bln.

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