Monetary and Credit Policy: Regulatory Instruments the Security of the Banking Sector(Pages 1222-1236)
Natalia V. Trusova1,*, Oksana V. Hryvkivska2, Nataliia V. Polishchuk3, Olena O. Prutska4, Natalia Yu. Zakharova1 and Oksana P. Demchenko4
1Department of Finance, Banking and Insurance, Dmytro Motornyi Tavria State Agrotechnological University, Melitopol, Ukraine.
2Department of Economics, Ecology and Practical Entrepreneurship, European University, Kyiv, Ukraine.
3Department of Finance, Vinnytsia Finance and Economics University, Vinnytsia, Ukraine.
4Department of Finance, Vinnytsia Institute of Trade and Economics, Kyiv National University of Trade and Economics, Vinnytsia, Ukraine.
The article considers the monetary and credit policy, its regulators and tools to strengthen the security of the banking sector of Ukraine. The priority of the study is to implement a comprehensive methodological approach to assessing monetary and credit policy instruments in the system of strengthening the security of the banking sector of the economy, which determines the financial independence of the state, its exchange rate policy, credit market regulatory instruments and financial obligations. To model the state of the objects of strengthening the security of the banking sector of the state economy, optimization methods are used, which are based on the structure of algorithms for finding the maxima (minima) of the function and the points at which they are achieved, with and without restrictions. An algorithm for consistent assessment of the efficiency of development and functioning of the monetary sphere and its impact on the security parameters of the banking sector of the state has been developed. The indicators of structural components of security of the banking sector were assessed as debt policy, currency policy, banking security, stock market security, monetary and credit security, financial security. The size of the loan portfolio of Ukrainian banks has been determined. The normalized values of indicators and the index of monetary and credit security of Ukraine are presented. The regression analysis of the component indicators and their structural influence on the change of the integrated level of security of the banking sector of Ukraine is carried out.
Interest Rate, Debt, Currency Policy, Banking Security, Economy.
G12; G21; G31.
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Natalia V. Trusova, Oksana V. Hryvkivska, Nataliia V. Polishchuk, Olena O. Prutska, Natalia Yu. Zakharova and Oksana P. Demchenko. Monetary and Credit Policy: Regulatory Instruments the Security of the Banking Sector. [ref]: vol.20.2022. available at: https://refpress.org/ref-vol20-a135/
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