The Analysis changing of number commercial banks
during last years (from 1993 till 2012)
Early 90-ies of the last century in the Republic of Kazakhstan was characterized by the rapid growth of the number of different financial institutions: commercial banks and organizations engaged in certain types of banking operations. In particular, will the commercial banks were more than 200. Subsequently, many of them were financially insolvent.
The observed trend is directly linked to the policy provided by National Bank of Kazakhstan because of tightening of requirements for commercial banks, and as a result improvement of their financial stability and reliability. While reducing the total number of banks marked increased the number of organizations engaged in certain types of banking operations.
By the time of the introduction of the tenge in November 1993, Kazakhstan's banking system has undergone significant reform: functioning two-tier banking system, all specialized banks were transformed into joint-stock banks and the central bank had been given a number of functions of the central bank. All this significantly facilitated the transition to its own national currency and Kazakhstan conducting own monetary policy.
According to, this program all applicable Kazakh banks had until the end of 2000 to meet the international standards of capital adequacy of liquidity, asset quality, management level, accounting, administration and transfer.The number of banks in the years of the Program (1996-2001) greatly reduced due to those financial condition was unstable.
Global liquidity crisis, which began in mid-2007, subjected to the banking sector and the regulatory authorities of Kazakhstan the most difficult in recent years to the test. Development of the banking system in the country has reached a critical point, when the background of the problems dramatically manifested the need to radically transform business practices, policies and regulations.
In the 15 May 2009 the President of RK Nazarbayev N, recognized that the Banking System of RK did not pass the strength test. Although on the whole banking system of Kazakhstan was able cope with the main negative effects of the global crisis, and quality indicators for the banking system, taking into account the situation on the international capital markets, are sufficient to make payments on existing debt, internal resources are not sufficient to provide the observed growth rates.
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