PREPARING THE BANKING SECTOR FROM THE REPUBLIC OF MOLDOVA FOR THE IMPLEMENTATION OF BASEL III
Stela Ciobu () and
Victoria Iordachi ()
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Stela Ciobu: Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova
Victoria Iordachi: Financial and Monetary Research Department Institute for Economic Research Moldova
Global Economic Observer, 2018, vol. 6, issue 2, 26-37
Basel III Agreement is a framework of bank regulation which aims to strengthen the stability of the financial system by applying stringent standards designed to improve its ability to absorb shocks from the economic and financial sector and to reduce the risk of contamination from the financial sector to the real economy. The purpose of the article соnsists in the identification, analysis, monitoring and control of risks according to international standards in conditions of bank exposure to diverse risks. The research was made in base of analyzing the banking sector of the Republic of Moldova. For this the following measures were taken: identification of background оf current situation of the banking system; disclosure and justification of сrеdit risk; analysis of the European experience of implementing the Basel III Agreement and the identification of strategies for implementing this agreement in the banking sector of the Republic of Moldova.
Keywords: Basel III Agreement; banking system; financial crisis; bank regulations; macro prudential supervision; bank credits (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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