National Bank of Ukraine
Central Banking | 13 Aug 2010
Chile raises rates despite uncertainty in global recovery; Norway and South Korea hold; Ukraine cuts
Central Banking | 07 Jul 2010
Ukraine’s President Viktor Yanukovych submits draft bill to enhance central bank’s independence; measures lengthen governor’s term, increase number of deputies and prohibit party membership
Central Banking | 11 Mar 2010
National Bank of Ukraine governor Volodymyr Stelmakh will remain in office for the time being having overstayed term limit by three months, according to new prime minister
Central Banking | 19 Feb 2010
Analysts say governor Volodymyr Stelmakh will leave once election results are confirmed, replacement faces challenges including managing the currency
Central Banking | 11 Sep 2009
National Bank of Ukraine’s Oleksandr Savchenko resigns accusing the President of interference with the central bank’s monetary policy
Central Banking | 28 May 2009
Accusations of mismanagement and corruption at the National Bank of Ukraine are to be investigated by international auditors, according to an official at the central bank.
Central Banking | 28 Jan 2009
Viktor Yuschenko, the Ukraine's president, is to launch a legal bid to render parliament's latest attempt to oust the governor of the country's central bank invalid.
Central Banking | 23 Jan 2009
Viktor Yushchenko, Ukraine's president, on Friday rejected renewed calls by Yulia Tymoshenko, the country's prime minister, to sack Volodymyr Stelmakh, the governor of the country's central bank.
Central Banking | 22 Dec 2008
Yulia Tymoshenko, Ukraine's prime minister, has called for the resignation of Viktor Yushchenko, the president and former head of the country's central bank, after accusing him of profiting from bets against the currency last week as the country struggles to avoid economic collapse.
Central Banking | 24 Jun 2003
A resolution which came into force on 21 June allows the National Bank of Ukraine to fine banks 0.01 per cent for every violation of banking legislation on money laundering, according to a report by the Interfax-Ukraine news agency. The government hopes that Ukraine will be excluded from the FATF blacklist in December this year.
Central Banking | 19 Jun 2003
The IMF has criticised the National Bank of Ukraine's long-term bank refinancing program, reports Interfax, saying it may distort the credit market, limit monetary policy flexibility and increase government spending.
Central Banking Journal | 13 May 2003
Central Banking | 04 Mar 2003
Leonid Kuchma, the Ukrainian president, has said decisions must be coordinated, particularly between the National Bank of Ukraine and the government.
Central Banking | 11 Feb 2003
The National Bank of Ukraine expects to make another decision to fight money laundering schemes and stop unlawful money transfers abroad by the end of this week, the head of the National Bank of Ukraine, Serhiy Tyhypko, said Monday.
Central Banking | 27 Jan 2003
INTERVIEW - In an interview with Ukrainian TV the National Bank of Ukraine chairman Serhiy Tyhypko spoke of his first foreign visit as the NBU head to Moscow which he says will help to understand one of Ukraine's major trading partners better.
Central Banking | 05 Nov 2002
UKRAINE - The International Monetary Fund has approved the monetary policy of the National Bank of Ukraine because it enabled Ukraine to maintain stable prices and keep the low inflation rate, the head of the IMF mission in Ukraine, Emanuel van der Mensbrugghe, said Monday.
Central Banking | 09 Jan 2002
UKRAINE - Chairman of the board of governors of the National Bank of Ukraine Anatoly Halchynsky warned on 4 January against overly optimism with regard to the 6.1% inflation rate for 2001, stressing that, given the present conditions in Ukraine, the NBU board of governors will be forced to take compensatory measures and pursue a more rigorous monetary policy in 2002.
Central Banking | 19 Dec 2001
UKRAINE - The amount of gross gold-domestic reserves of the National Bank of Ukraine made $3.259 billion by 12 December (by 29 November they made $3.153 billion).
Central Banking | 02 Nov 2001
UKRAINE - On 26 October, the National Bank of Ukraine appointed new head of its department for international links, Olexandr Kyreyev, NBU press service reports.
Central Banking | 01 Nov 2001
UKRAINE - The National Bank of Ukraine has appointed Professor Oleksandr Sharov to replace Oleksandr Kireiev as the director of its international relations department, the National Bank of Ukraine's press service has announced.
Central Banking | 31 Oct 2001
UKRAINE - The audit of the National Bank of Ukraine in 2001 will be done by the PriceWaterhouseCoopers company. Such was the decision by the NBU board, NBU board chairman Anatoly Halchynsky is quoted as saying.
Central Banking | 04 Sep 2001
UKRAINE - The National Bank of Ukraine is recommending that commercial banks quickly get rid of the national currencies of the member-countries of the European Currency Union in favour of the euro.
Central Banking | 22 Aug 2001
UKRAINE - In line with the National Bank of Ukraine resolution, only persons who pass a special examination will be allowed to participate in the liquidation or temporary management of banks, a report says.
Central Banking | 14 Aug 2001
UKRAINE - Official charges have been brought against a former deputy head of the National Bank of Ukraine, Volodymyr Bondar. The Kiev city prosecutor's office charges him with abuse of office inflicting losses of 20m dollars on the state. Bondar himself rejects all the charges. He maintains that, on the contrary, his actions have brought the state 5m dollars in revenues. Oleksandr Zahorodniy examines the arguments of both sides.
Central Banking | 13 Jul 2001
Ukraine - The National Bank of Ukraine [NBU] has been exceptionally successful in its currency rate policy, which is aimed at consistent strengthening of the hryvnya, harnessing the inflation and increasing the currency reserve. The senior permanent IMF representative in Ukraine, Henri Ghesquiere, said this at a briefing in the IMF office 13 July.
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