Fitch attributes to the banking system in Romania a macroprudential ‘1’risk indicator (low level to risk)
Fitch attributes the banking system in Romania a macroprudential indicator to risk ‘1’ (low level to risk), a report of the financial evalution agency Fitch Ratings shows.The indicator evaluates the vulnerability of the banking systems on a scale from ‘1’ for a low level of risk, to ‘3’ for a high level to risk.
At the same time, Fitch evaluates the quality of the banking system in Romania with the indicator ‘bb’on a scale from ‘aa’ ( very high) to ‘f’ ( very low).
Fitch revised upwards the indicator which evaluates the quality of the banking system in Japan, Bolivia and Greece to ‘a’, ‘bb’ and ‘b’ respectively and revised downwards Slovenia and Cyprus to ‘ ccc’ and ‘f’ following the banking crisis from the states.
The creditation on a world level could increase this year at 4% after an advance of 2.5% in 2013 as the decline of creditation in emerging Europe and in developed states closed down, while, on the emerging markets there continues the growth, although in a slower rythm, a report of the financial evaluatrion agency published on Friday.
In 2011, the creditation at a world level recorded an expansion of 4% after the record level of 5.5% in 2010, Fitch says.On the basis of the recent growth of creditation and perspectives, the macroprudential risk indicator (MPI) will continue the dropping trend.
An advance of 1% of real creditation in the developed states of the world is estimated for this year of financial evaluation agency. In 2012 there was a decline of 1% of real creditation in the developed states of the world, the second year in a row of decline.
A similar trend of slight decline, followed by a weak expansion, it is obvious in emerging Europe while in the rest of the world the creditation is robust, although slowing down.