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The impact of macroeconomic factors on financial institutions credit risk during the global financial crises, case in Czech Republic

Author: Mgr. Gent Jusufi
Year: 2012 - summer
Leaders: Mgr. Magda Pečená Ph.D.
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Work type: Masters
MEF
Language: English
Pages: 78
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Abstract: This study aims to estimate the ratio of non-performing loans to total loans (NPL ratio),
its determinants and its response to different macroeconomic shocks. As the last
financial crises had negative impact on the economy of many countries of the world, we
have to strive for preventive measures that would help us to fully or at least partly avoid
future crises. It should be achieved by sound risk management practices of all financial
institutions.
Important part of these risk management practices shall be – among others - stress tests
that would test the health of the institution under severe conditions and negative shocks.
For this study the vector autoregression model (VAR methodology) is used to see the
response of credit risk (in terms of NPL ratio) to macroeconomic shocks in the Czech
Republic. The variables used for this study are quarterly time series data of the period
from 2002 to 2011 (GDP, inflation rate, unemployment rate, koruna exchange rate
(CZK/USD), and interest rate). For each of these variables the impulse response
function was created, to show the impact of macroeconomic shocks and the speed of
adjustment of NPL ratio to these shocks.

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