Features of the institution organization of government regulation of banks activity in Ukraine

Bogdan Petrovych Adamyk


The theoretical, methodological and methodical questions of the current state of government regulation of banking activities in Ukraine, based on the theory of institutionalism are discussed. It  has been proved that the methodology of knowledge of institutional change may be the basis of theoretical knowledge and the study of institutional regulation of the banking system of Ukraine in the conditions of necessity for economic and institutional transformations of the post-crisis banking system. It has been conducted the analysis of the regulation of banking institutions, based on their division into two main groups, namely: the authorities, which have the power to create the laws for the banking sector; institutions, which functions are directly related to the regulation of banks and banking supervision. After having analyzed the advantages of building institutional regulation of financial intermediaries in the European Union there has been proposed the formation of a model of state regulation of financial intermediaries in Ukraine. The experience of European Union countries, including phased transform institutional framework regulation of the activities of banks orientated on micro-prudential and macro-prudential regulation is considered.  The importance of coordination of banking regulation and regulatory activities of other financial intermediaries in order to increase the stability of the financial intermediaries and reduce systemic risk is emphasized. It has been pointed out the feasibility of steps to create a unified body of regulation and supervision on the basis of the current system of regulation and supervision of the National Bank of Ukraine on micro-prudential level.


government regulation; banking supervision; banking regulation; macro-prudential supervision; miсro-prudential supervision; central banks; institutional structure

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