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ECONOMIC CRISIS AND MORE SEVERE REGULATIONS: CHANGES IN THE LIQUIDITY MANAGEMENT OF THE HUNGARIAN BANKING SECTOR

Pál Gróf
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Pál Gróf: University of Miskolc

Enterprise Theory and Practice Doctoral School (ETPDS) Working Papers from Faculty of Economics, University of Miskolc

Abstract: The economic crisis of 2008 highlighted several weaknesses in the operation of the banks. There were austerities of the regulatory environment in the pre-crisis period, but the previous reforms were not enough to avoid the recession. The recession also pointed out the necessity of more rigid regulation of liquidity management at banks, because several institutions got into bankruptcy situation, thanks to the inadequate liquidity management. The focusing on liquidity is justified by the fact that the current recommendations of Basel Committee on Banking Supervision regulate not only capital, but also the liquidity. I intended to analyse the liquidity state of the Hungarian banking sector from 2007 until 2013, based on the data published by the supervisory authority. I paid special attention to the analysis of the changes of liquidity reserves, and the evaluation of the liquidity rates, which have been created from the data of annual reports. Considering the results having been received from the process of the examination, I think that the tendencies of the domestic banking sector are positive in the given period; at the end of the studied term the liquidity state can be judged appropriate, related to that of the beginning of the examined term.

Date: 2015-10-15
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Published in Challenges in economic and technological development - Conference Proceedings, 15-16 October 2015, ISBN 978-963-358-100-1, University of Miskolc

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