Banking system (level D- Analysis of banking activity)

Type: Normative

Department: department of financial technologies and consulting




SemesterAmount of hoursLecturerGroup(s)
732Associate Professor Grudzevuch Uljana


SemesterAmount of hoursGroupTeacher(s)
732Associate Professor Grudzevuch Uljana

Course description

The aim of the study of the discipline is a comprehensive analysis of the activity of banks at the macro level and the determination of the rating assessment of banks by supervisory bodies (NBU), international and national rating agencies

The subject of the educational discipline is provision of theoretical knowledge and formation of practical skills regarding the comprehensive analysis of the financial condition of banks at the macro level.

The main tasks are:

– acquired skills to structure financial information for the needs of analysis;

– clarification of the essence and tasks of the rating assessment of the bank’s activity;

– study of supervisory bodies’ approaches to rating assessment; research on the methodology and prospects for the development of services of international rating agencies and national rating agencies in Ukraine;

– study of alternative methods of rating assessment of banks’ activities.

Recommended Literature

  1. The Bank Credit Analysis Handbook / Jonathan GolinPhilippe Delhaise , Wiley. – Second Edition.- 2013.-924р.
  2. The Bank Analyst’s Handbook Money, risk and conjuring tricks / Stephen M Frost,- 2004. – 575р.
  3. The Economics of Money, Banking and Financial Markets, Author: Frederic Mishkin, Publisher: Pearson Education Inc, ISBN-10: 0-321-63976-6.
  4. Risk management in banking / Joël Bessis , Wiley. – Third edition, – 2010. – 821 p.
  5. Basel III: A global regulatory framework for more resilient banks and banking systems – December 2010 (rev June 2011) [Electronic resource]. – Retrieved from:
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  7. Basel III: Finalising post-crisis reforms December 2017[Electronic resource]. – Retrieved from:
  8. Consultative Document Basel III: The Net Stable Funding Ratio / Issued for comment by 11 April 2014 [Electronic resource]. – Retrieved from:
  9. Sneha Sultania11 Major Risks Faced by Banks in 2018 and Beyond [Electronic resource]. – Retrieved from:
  10. Website based in New York City that focuses on investing and finance education and analysis [Electronic resource]. – Retrieved from:
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