In 2013 the National Bank of Ukraine has created more favorable monetary conditions for banking activities, president of the Association of Ukrainian Banks Oleksandr Sugonianko told a press conference, ForUm's correspondent reports.

"Monetary policy has been loosened and redirected to promotional one," he said and added that such measures should have been taken as far back as a couple of years ago.

According to the official, thanks to this policy the liquidity has improved, and interbank rates, loan rates and deposit rates have decreased. Thus, for nine months of this year the base money of the banking sector has increased by 42.5 billion hryvnias (17.3%), and the money stock - by 153 billion hryvnias (19.7%). In turn, for 10 months of 2013, deposits of residents have grown by 75.4 billion hryvnias (13.2%), credit portfolio, excluding interbank and non-residents, have grown by 7% since the year beginning, and loans to non-financial corporations - by 8.2%. 

As for crediting of non-financial corporation, Sugonianko noted that the dominating position of the trade over other sectors of economy remains unchanged and even strengthens. According to him, the loan gain in this sector alone makes 24.3 billion hryvnias (11%), while the loan gain of all sectors of processing industry makes 7.8 billion hryvnias (6.2%).


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