Financial sector statistics (monetary and financial statistics) reflect the economic and financial operations of banks and non-bank financial institutions with financial market participants.
The NBU’s financial sector data includes:
- Monetary statistics consist of a comprehensive set of data on the financial corporations sector and its subsectors' claims on and liabilities to other sectors of the domestic economy and non-residents. In Ukraine, monetary statistics cover 100 percent of banks established and operating in the territory of Ukraine (except for banks under liquidation), insurance corporations, pension funds, collective investment schemes (investment funds), credit unions, financial companies, legal entities engaged in financial leasing, pawnshops and financial auxiliaries. The main report forms for the submission of monetary data are sectoral balance sheets and surveys of the financial corporations’ sector and its subsectors.
- Financial market data include interest rate data from the NBU and deposit-taking corporations (banks), as well as data from securities markets.
- The financial accounts of the corporate financial sector and its sub-sectors reflect transactions with financial assets and liabilities between resident institutional units and between resident institutional units and non-residents.
- Financial soundness indicators are indicators of the current financial health and soundness of the country’s financial institutions and of corporations and households.
Financial sector statistics is compiled based on:
- Monetary and Financial Statistics Manual and Compilation Guide (IMF, 2016)
- Financial Soundness Indicators: compilation guide (IMF, 2007)
- Manual on MFI interest rate statistics (ECB, 2017)
- Handbook on Securities Statistics (BIS, ECB, IMF, 2015)