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FINANCIAL SERVICES MARKET ASSETS IN UKRAINE

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Avanesova I. Financial services market assets in Ukraine. Mizhnarodnyj naukovo-praktychnyj zhurnal "Tovary i rynky". 2021. № 1. S. 86-96.

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UDC 336.053.22(477)=111    
JEL Classification: G20   DOI: https://doi.org/10.31617/tr.knute.2021(37)07
     
Iryna AVANESOVA
 
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  PhD (Economics), Associate Professor at the Banking Department
Kyiv National University of Trade and Economics

19, Kyoto str., Kyiv, 02156, Ukraine

FINANCIAL SERVICES MARKET ASSETS IN UKRAINE

 The article considers financial services market assets in Ukraine, which play important role in financial support of non-financial corporations and households. The number and volume of assets of financial corporations in Ukraine for the period from 2013 to 2020, as well as the mechanism of distribution of financial assets between finan­cial corporations are analyzed. It is established that the number of deposit-taking corpo­rations in Ukraine has decreased, and the number of non-bank financial corporations has increased. Financial assets distribution mechanism in financial services market can be understood through changes in interest rates of financial services.
Keywords: financial corporation’s assets, deposit-taking corporations, other financial intermediaries, insurance companies, pension funds, financial services market.

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