|BANKS` AS CORPORATE INVESTORS OF INVESTMENT RESOURCES FORMATION|
|Abstract. Today the status of the financial market distinguishes three groups of investors: individual, corporate and institutional. Corporate investors that are engaged or could potentially carry out investment activities on the basis of investment resources are represented by non-financial corporations with different forms of ownership, corporations that take deposits (i.e. banks and branches of foreign banks) and insurance corporations. However, the analysis of approaches, which determine the composition and procedure of corporate investors` investment resources, shows that there are some features that require further objective of theoretical research perspective especially those that are outlined by the investment resources of banks. Author has made a research that was founded on the calculation of banks` investment resources and isolation measures to limit the investment risk associated with the implementation of investment banks and securities transactions that affect the implementation of their investment potential. Author has proved that among tangible and intangible resources of banks, there can be distinguished not only investment funds (assets) that have brought investment income, but also those that potentially, in the future, can be transformed into investment. Maximum allowable normative value of funds that can be invested by the bank reflects the marginal investment resources of the bank. And the limit that characterizes the amount of investment resources also represents information about bank funds that are invested and the value of bank potential investment in different sectors of the country`s economy.
|Key words: banks, corporate investors, investment bank resources
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