The NBU publishes information on the management of statistical reporting that banks file with the NBU: NBU regulations on the procedure for compilation and submission of statistical reporting files; draft documents for discussion; answers to questions; explanations regarding statistical reporting management; etc.
The Regulatory Documents subsection contains information about the current version of the Rules of Management of Statistical Reporting Filed with the NBU and the Rules of Management of Statistical Reporting Filed with the NBU during the Special Period.
The Draft Documents subsection contains materials on draft amendments that are made to the Rules of Management of Statistical Reporting Filed with the NBU and that are available for public discussion.
What kind of reporting does the NBU collect and publish?
The general requirements for the preparation, authorization, and submission of reporting to the NBU are prescribed under the Rules of Statistical Reporting approved by NBU Board Resolution No. 120 dated 13 November 2018 (as amended) and NBU Board Resolution No. 84 dated 26 June 2020
Data are submitted to the NBU at different intervals: daily, every tenth day, monthly, quarterly, semi-annually, annually, and upon request.
The data are used to perform regulatory and supervisory functions, including over currency markets, in accordance with Ukrainian law. Based on the information provided, the regulator creates:
- monetary, financial, banking statistics, and financial services market
- balance of payments, international investment position, and external debt statistics.
Public information is released on the Official website of the NBU.
Who reports statistics to the NBU?
The NBU receives reporting from:
- Ukrainian banks and foreign bank branches operating in Ukraine;
- nonbank financial institutions under government regulation and supervision of National Bank of Ukraine since 01 July 2020 according to Law On Amending Some Laws That Improve State Regulation of Financial Services Markets No. 79-IX dated 12 September 2019
- resident nonbank institutions, resident nonbank financial institutions that are payment system operators or members of payment systems, and payment service providers
- nonbank financial institutions with NBU license for conducting currency transactions or NBU general license for conducting currency transactions (granted before the Law of Ukraine On Currency and Currency Operations came into effect)
- nonbank financial institutions, enterprises, organizations, and sole proprietors that have accounts abroad. Diplomatic, consular, trade, and other Ukrainian official missions abroad are excluded, as are stand-alone units of residents
- postal service providers.
How is the reporting prepared and submitted?
Respondents (reporting providers) are prepared and submitted to the NBU as files signed electronically by a designated person as set out in the relevant regulations..
The Register of Statistical Reporting Indicators Pursuant to Rules No. 120 and Register of Reporting Indicators for Non-banking Financial Institutions posted on the Official website of the NBU outlines all the required pieces of information, including details on identifiers and names of indicators, metrics, units of measurement, parameters, consolidation levels, unclassified details of indicators, references to legal acts, rules and requirements for estimating indicators, file numbers, submission frequency and deadlines, respondents, and the procedure for verifying data
Respondents submit Reporting Indicators in XML and JSON formats. Text information (explanation) is provided in scanned form.
How is the data checked for compliance with NBU requirements?
Reporting indicators are checked for compliance with NBU requirements on three levels:
- primary: technical control, verification of data structure performed by the respondent that submits the information to the NBU;
- secondary: NBU control during acceptance of reporting indicators;
- expert control of data quality, integrity, time synchronization, consistency with data from other sources, compliance with international statistical standards and reporting. This step is conducted by the NBU to determine whether there is a need to amend the files.
The descriptions of the primary and secondary controls for each reporting file are posted on the pages of the Register of Statistical Reporting Indicators Pursuant to Rules No. 120 and Register of Reporting Indicators for Non-banking Financial Institutions.
If the NBU has any concerns regarding the indicators based on the findings of the control process, the respondent must provide the NBU with an explanation.
If the respondent or the NBU find errors in the data, the respondent can submit a replacement file. This can take place before the deadline at the respondent’s discretion or after the deadline by permission of the NBU.