Developing Crisis Management Model for Second-Tier Banks in the Post-Crisis Period of Economy Development in the Republic of Kazakhstan
- 1 Faculty of Economics, Chair of Finance, E.A. Buketov KSU, Karaganda, Kazakhstan
In the context of an ineffective crisis management system, the development of the banking sector of Kazakhstan in the post-crisis period is characterized by the impaired financial stability of second-tier banks. This situation creates the threat of systemic risk in the national banking system as a result of the critical slowdown in economy crediting by 49.5% and a reduction in bank assets by 47.2% of GDP. The article develops a diversified model of anti-crisis management aimed at increasing the financial stability of commercial banks. In contrast to other studies, the author’s approach is based on the argumentation of cause and effect links of financial, social and technical anti-crisis measures, the subordination of tactical objectives, which will provide an optimal level of financial stability of banks. Achieving the optimal level of financial stability of banks will determine the maximum rate of development of the national banking system in the post-crisis period. The objectivity and accuracy of the results is an advantage of this approach, it takes into account the specificity of the post-crisis period of the banking system functioning and is consistent with the international practice of strategic management.
Copyright: © 2016 Leile Syzdykovna Komekbayeva and Yerkenazym Dulatovna Orynbassarova. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.
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