The national Bank of Ukraine (NBU) had a diagnosis of small banks. This was stated by the Deputy Chairman of the NBU Kateryna Rozhkova, according to FinClub.
At the time of diagnosis from 37 two banks became insolvent, two refused a banking license. So the final diagnosis was 33 the Bank, she said.
“We have completed a diagnostic of 33 banks. Of these, only four banks required recapitalisation based on asset quality,” – said Kateryna Rozhkova.
According to her, most banks have sufficient asset quality, even better than the largest banks.
“Capital adequacy significantly exceeds 10%. During the crisis these banks for the repayment of loans accumulated liquidity. They have a liquidity buffer through investments in government securities: t-bills and certificates of Deposit NBU. And today, their balance and the quality looks decent,” – said Rozhkov.