International rating Agency Moody’s expects to reduce the proportion of bad loans in Ukrainian banks up to 45-50% by the end of 2018. This is stated in the report of the Agency on the official website.

The Agency notes improvement in funding conditions in Ukraine due to a substantial increase in hryvnia deposits. The access of banks to capital markets remains very limited.

Despite the fact that Ukraine’s economy resumed growth, it will remain unstable in terms of military and political tension. “The country being the new economic reforms, but progress has been slow. The situation has improved public finances,” say Moody’s analysts.

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Moody’s expects to reduce NPLs in the banks of Ukraine 18.12.2017

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