Supervision of Banking Institutions in the Function of the Stability of the Financial System

Risteska,, Fanka and Spaseska, Tatjana and Risteska,, Aneta and Zdraveski, Dejan (2019) Supervision of Banking Institutions in the Function of the Stability of the Financial System. XII. IBANESS Congress Series on Economics, Business and Management.

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Banks have a key role and significance for the financial system of a national economy. Having in mind the importance of the banks, it is quite logical to impose the need to ensure its security and stability. The security and solvency of the actions of banking institutions is the connection with the capital they have, for this reason, the capital of the banks is not left to the management of the banks' shareholders only, but for its amount, it is decided by a regulatory body, that is, the central bank. Bank regulation and it is necessary for ensuring the protection of depositors, monetary and financial stability, promoting economic efficiency and competitiveness of the financial sector and the protection of investors/clients. The main goal of the labor is to point out the role of supervision of banking institutions in the direction of providing stable financial institutions and the financial sector as a whole. Therefore, its focus is the protection of their solvency through supervision of the compliance of the operations with the prescribed regulation. Based on the analysis made it can be concluded that the supervision of banking institutions is necessary in order to ensure the safety of potential investors, transparent processes, stability in the financial markets and, ultimately, the global financial system.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Scientific Fields (Frascati) > Social Sciences > Economics and Business
Divisions: Faculty of Economics
Depositing User: Mr Dimitar Risteski
Date Deposited: 27 Dec 2019 20:34
Last Modified: 30 Dec 2019 07:47

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