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21.3 18.5

22.4 21.6

18.7 18.9

14.8 15.0

13.0 14.2

7.9 6.0

3.7 4.2

2.6 3.1

5.0 6.4

3.2 7.9

18.1 3.3 1.7 23.8 1.7 14.9 6.7 6.3 23.4

21.7 2.9 1.6 21.1 1.4 13.1 8.1 6.9 23.2

26.7 8.3 1.6 15.8 1.6 13.5 5.1 8.7 18.7

30.3 5.0 1.6 14.6 2.2 13.0 3.9 10.3 19.1

30.2 2.5 1.3 11.1 2.5 11.9 4.7 18.3 17.3

1.2 11.5 76.6 63.7

1.2 10.8 80.7 70.0

1.2 11.9 73.3 61.2

1.2 16.9 65.4 69.1

1.3 16.6 66.4 58.3

28.9 81.3

16.8 55.9

13.3 40.3

33.5 40.3

36.5 45.6

-42.0 -35.0

-59.0 6.0

-80.0 40.0

-14.4 -24.2

-1.2 44.2

Table 2. Slovak Republic: Core Financial Soundness Indicators for the Banking Sector (In percent, unless otherwise indicated)

Capital Adequacy Regulatory capital to risk-weighted assets Regulatory Tier I capital to risk-weighted assets

Asset Composition and Quality NPLs to gross loans 1/ NPLs net of provisions to capital Sectoral distribution of loans (in % of total loans, stock)

Individuals Government Agriculture Manufacturing Construction Wholesale and retail trade Transportation Financial services Other

Earnings and Profitability ROA (after tax) 2/ ROE (after tax) 2/ Interest margin to gross income Noninterest expenses to gross income

Liquidity Liquid assets to total assets 3/ Liquid assets to short term liabilities

Sensitivity to Market Risk Net open positions in FX to capital (on balance sheet) Net open positions in FX to capital (off balance sheet)

1/ A decline in the NPL ratio in 2006 is partly due to a change in the methodology for calculating NPLs. 2/ Annualized for 2006. 3/ In 2006, liquid assets include government bonds in holding-to-maturity portfolio.

Source: NBS

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