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6 UKRAINIAN BANKS VIOLATE REQUIREMENTS

The single counterparty exposure limit (H7, shall be no more than 25%) as of August 1, was violated by Prominvestbank (96.59%) and Industrialbank (46.75%), according to the website of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU).
According to the regulator, the related party transactions exposure limit (H9, shall not exceed 25%) was violated by First Investment Bank (36.3%).
The limit on bank total long open FX position (L13-1, shall be no more than 10%) was violated by Oschadbank (140.725%), Prominvestbank (128.25%), PrivatBank (85.83%) and Industrialbank (18.65%).
The limit on bank total short open FX position (L13-2, shall be no more than 10%) was violated by Prominvestbank (137.27%).
The newly introduced net stable funding ratio (NSFR, shall be more than 80%) was violated by Prominvestbank (27.43%).
Bank Zemelny Capital violated six standards, namely: minimum regulatory capital H1 (UAH 102.942 million, shall be at least UAH 200 million), short-term liquidity ratio H6 (48.71%, shall be more than 60%), N7 standard (37.27%, shall be no more than 25%), the related party transactions exposure limit H9 (30.11%, shall not exceed 25%), the liquidity coverage ratio LCR for all currencies (15.31%, shall be at least 100%), as well as net stable funding ratio NSFR (69.8%, shall be more than 80%).

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NATIONAL BANK OF UKRAINE: NINE BANKS VIOLATE REQUIREMENTS

The single counterparty exposure limit (H7, should be no more than 25%) as of March 1, was violated by Prominvestbank (82.02%), Sberbank (50.23%) and Industrialbank (49.51%), according to the website of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU).
According to the regulator, the related party transactions exposure limit (H9, should not exceed 25%) was violated by First Investment Bank (52.02%), Unex Bank (28.17%), Megabank (27.56%) and Land Capital Bank (26.75%).
The limit on bank total long open FX position (L13-1, should be no more than 10%) was violated by Oschadbank (129.99%), Prominvestbank (114.57%), PrivatBank (95.74%) and Industrialbank (12.35%).
The limit on bank total short open FX position (L13-2, should be no more than 10%) was violated by Prominvestbank (110.36%).

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NINE UKRAINIAN BANKS VIOLATE REQUIREMENTS IN DEC

The single counterparty exposure limit (H7, should be no more than 25%) as of December 1 was violated by Prominvestbank (84.03%), Industrialbank (82.88%), Sberbank (53.13%) and Misto Bank (39.21%), according to the website of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU).
According to the regulator, the related party transactions exposure limit (H9, should not exceed 25%) was violated by Megabank (37.56%), First Investment Bank (52.6%) and Unex Bank (29.21%).
The limit on bank total long open FX position (L13-1, should be no more than 10%) was violated by Prominvestbank (133.41%), Oschadbank (119.97%), PrivatBank (98.27%) and Industrialbank (13.15%).
The limit on bank total short open FX position (L13-2, should be no more than 10%) was violated by Prominvestbank (167.35%).
Misto Bank, recognized by the NBU as insolvent, violated the short-term liquidity ratio (H6, at least 60%), which amounted to 44.36%.

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11 UKRAINIAN BANKS VIOLATE REQUIREMENTS

The single counterparty exposure limit (H7, no more than 25%) was violated by Ukreximbank (36.1%), Industrialbank (58.16%), Prominvestbank (62.81%), and Misto Bank (42.73%) as of April 1, 2020, the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) has reported.
The related party transactions exposure limit (H9, no more than 25%) was violated by FUIB (30.12%), Megabank (63.65%), Bank for Investments and Savings (78.05%), First Investment Bank (73.38%), and Unex Bank (31.50%).
The limit on bank total long open FX position (L13-1, no more than 10%) was violated by Prominvestbank (112.87%), Oschadbank (125.49%), PrivatBank (167.8%) and Industrialbank (19.17%).
The limit on bank total short open FX position (L13-2, no more than 10%) was violated by Prominvestbank (104.8%).
The liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) for all currencies (at least 100%) was violated by Misto bank (78.83%).
As for the adequacy ratio for core capital (H3, at least 7%), the NBU said that considering the requirements to raising the capital conservation buffer, the common equity adequacy ratio (N3) as of the beginning of 2020 should account for at least 7.625%.

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