Financial Stability Report
Národná banka Slovenska supports, as part of its main tasks and objectives, the stability of the financial system. One of the related tasks is the analysis and monitoring of risks to financial stability. The purpose of the Financial Stability Report is to assess the Slovak financial system in the past half year or year, and offer an overview of potential risks for its stability. The report also contains the assessment of the international and domestic economic environment with the aim to identify the main sources of risks for domestic financial stability.
The Financial Stability Report has been published twice a year since 2003, in both the Slovak and English languages, in an electronic form. If interested in receiving the electronic notice of its publication on NBS's website, please subscribe to this Mailing list.
What is financial stability?
Financial stability is defined as the condition when the financial system and its various components - such as financial markets, financial institutions, payment systems, securities transfer systems, settlement systems, etc. - reliably and smoothly perform all of their basic functions and are sufficiently resistant to adverse financial and economic shocks.