Assets of solvent banks in Ukraine, excluding the insolvent financial institutions, in January-June fell by UAH 18.375 billion ($715 million), or by 1.5% YoY, as of July 1, 2017, to UAH 1.238 trillion, or $48.2 billion, according to the National Bank of Ukraine.
The assets decreased by UAH 11.655 billion ($453.5 million), or by 0.9% in June, the report says.
The banks’ liabilities shrank by 3.1% in H1, whereas they fell by 0.1% in June, to UAH 1.097 trillion ($42.7 billion).
The banks’ capital increased by 13.5% over the period under review, including a 7% rise in June, to UAH 140.5 billion ($5.5 billion).
As of July 1, the number of solvent banks with a license to conduct banking activities in Ukraine amounted to 90 financial institutions, including 38 banks with foreign capital. (UNIAN/Business World Magazine)