Republic of Slovenia: Financial System Stability Assessment
International Monetary Fund. European Dept.;International Monetary Fund. Monetary and Capital Markets Department
International Monetary Fund, Dec 6, 2012 - Business & Economics - 54 pages
The Slovenian financial system has been hard hit by the crisis. Banks remained highly vulnerable to continued credit deterioration and refinancing risks. Strengthening of financial condition of banks should be the short-term priority. The financial restructuring should be followed by privatization of state-controlled banks. The supervision of financial institutions should be complemented with a macroprudential overview geared toward overall stability of the financial system. The crisis preparedness and management framework should be improved, and risks to systemic financial stability should be identified.
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activities adequate AML/CFT ATVP audit authorities balance sheet Bank of Slovenia bank resolution Banking Act banking group banking sector banking system Basel Core Principles Basel II basis BOS’s capital adequacy CAR Capital shortfall concentration risk cooperation corporate sector credit risk decline deleveraging Effective Banking Supervision ensure Euribor Euro area financial institutions financial sector financial stability FSAP implementation internal controls Large domestic banks largest banks legal framework liquidity risk loans LTRO macroeconomic monitoring NLB Group non-bank financial companies NPLs off-site supervision percent of GDP powers ratio Core Tier real estate prices recapitalization refinancing risk reﬂecting related party reporting require banks restructuring Risk Assessment risk management practices securities market shareholders Slovenian banks Solvency Solvency II sovereign bond sovereign rating staff strengthened stress tests subsidiaries supervisory architecture supervisory board systemic risk Tier 1 ratio Tier 1 shortfall wholesale funding