The banking sector of Ukraine has been decently working its way up from the world crisis, the IMF permanent representative in Ukraine Max Alier told the roundtable “Financial stability in Ukraine: main challenges of the second year half”, ForUm correspondent reports.

According to the financier, this way up started in 2008 with the global financial and economic crisis and is not completed up today. "Currently, the Ukrainian banks are well capitalized, and we must continue further strengthening the banking sector for its medium- and long-term prospects to be the most stable possible," the IMF representative said.

He also noted that today the financial system of Ukraine faces the task of the lending revival. "We are also in the constant dialogue with both the NBU and the commercial banks to find the best way for the positive dynamics of this issue," Alier concluded.

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