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Republic of Poland :, Financial Sector Assessment Program-Technical Note-Credit, Growth, and Financial Stability

This technical note on the Republic of Poland underlies the country’s credit, growth, and financial stability. A broad-based statistical and econometric analysis of financial and household balance sheet data implies that exchange rate-related credit risk and liquidity risk are currently contained. Supervisors need to remain vigilant to any signs of weakening in credit standards, rising loan-to-value ratios, and an excessive concentration of risk. The main objective is to ensure that all banks have adequate credit assessment and risk management systems in place and disclose sufficient information to customers
Table Of Contents
Cover; Contents; I. Introduction; II. Why Has Credit Growth Been So Slow?; A. Analysis Based on Aggregate Data; Figures; 1. Poland: Growth of Credit to the Private Sector, 1998-2006; 2. Poland: Composition of Credit to the Private Sector, 1996-2006; Boxes; 1. Distance to Default as a Summary Measure of Bank Soundnes; 3. Poland: Private Sector Credit and Macroeconomic Environment, 1997-2005; 4. Poland: Demand and Supply Factors Driving Private Sector Credit, 1997-2005; Tables; 1. Poland: Modeling Growth of Credit to the Private Sector; B. Analysis Based on Bank-Level Data
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non fiction
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1 online resource (40 p.)
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