Strong banks... It's what? - News about real estate, Kiev, Kyiv region. Real Estate In Ukraine

Strong banks... It's what? - News about real estate, Kiev, Kyiv region. Real Estate In UkraineThe first should include financial institutions that will be able to raise capital on their own. The second group will include banks, which the state will assist in capitalization. For these purposes in the budget...Banks will be divided into strong and weakBe in possession of the document, which lists the recommendations of the experts from World Bank (MB) for the recapitalization of financial institutions. Their main advice is to divide the banks into three groups.The first should include financial institutions that will be able to raise capital on their own. The second group will include banks, which the state will assist in capitalization. For these purposes in the budget of 44 billion USD.The third are those financial institutions facing reorganization or liquidation. The following condition MB - all the banks that will receive and manage the government, must be sold not later than June 2012. Moreover, after the sale of the financial institution are unlikely to be able to revert to the old owners.After the banks are divided into three groups, the government is going to begin the process of recapitalization, which provides 44 billion UAH. From those who will help, will require activity reports for the last three years and the business plan for the future. In this regard, it should be: issuance of new loans is only due to the repayment of old, significant downsizing, liquidation of assets that are not generating income. A Bank that receives state aid comes under full control of the Ministry of Finance.While the Bank itself is expected to be resold to private investors no later than June 2012. Contain conditions for future buyers - they can be banks or holding companies with capital of at least 15 billion. Under such indicators now no private Ukrainian Bank.Powerful unitIn order for banks to distribute money to the state and to monitor how these funds are used, is expected to create a special division for capitalization in the Ministry of Finance. The powers of such a division is much more than the current powers of the NBU.For example, the Department has the right to appoint members of the Supervisory Board and the management Board of the Bank, to prohibit any active and passive operations, the amount of which exceeds 1% of equity. If the Department decides that the Bank even with the support of the authorities will not be able to restore the activity for the year, he sold to other investors or liquidated.All money is not enoughOn state 44 billion hryvnia already claim 6 banks: Ukrprombank, Nadra Bank, Rodovid Bank, Bank "Finance and Credit", Ukrgasbank and IMEXBANK. Only the first three asked 12 billion. "The state doesn't need all of the banks", - said earlier the Director of the Department of foreign economic relations of the NBU Sergey Kruglik.Such words are quite understandable - in the crisis economy every penny counts, and increase the budget deficit the government does not allow the terms of the agreement with the IMF. In this situation, consider two solutions. The first is to give money to one of the troubled banks, and then combine it with others. Another option is to announce the granting of state aid to the Bank than to attract investors, and then to reduce the amount of state aid."If you take the experience of Germany and Austria, where the investors are showing increased interest in the Bank, only to learn that the government will recapitalize. In this case, if there interest from other investors, there will be a blocking package.



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