The Committee on Banking Supervision and Regulation, Payment System Monitoring (Oversight) of the National Bank of Ukraine has determined criteria for classification of banks into groups for the year 2018.
Decision No. 444 of 29 December 2017 defined the following groups:
- State-owned banks stand for banks where the state directly or indirectly owns more than 75% of the bank’s authorized capital.
- Banks owned by foreign bank groups include banks where majority stakes are held by foreign banks or foreign financial and banking groups.
- In privately owned banks, qualifying holdings belong to one or more private investors that directly or indirectly own at least 50% of the bank’s authorized capital.
The NBU will apply this classification only for releasing operating results of the Ukrainian banking system.
More information about classification of banks into groups on NBU website