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Analysis of implmentation of project SEPA
Bachleda, Jozef ; Schlossberger, Otakar (advisor) ; Leová, Simona (referee)
The goal of this work is to define and analyze european integration within the payment system of the European Union, with the main focus on project SEPA and its payment instruments. In first part it covers the legislative phase, the general characteristics, goals and advantages of the project, institutions responsible for the implementation and coordintation of the project, EU clearing system and standardization of SEPA payment instruments. Analytical part of thesis focus on description and analysis of economical effects of project and individual SEPA payment instruments and their implementation into national payment system of the EU member states. The last part deal with the issue of implementation of SEPA project in Slovakia.
Performance analysis of selected collective investment subjects in Czech Republic
Ermakova, Yuliya ; Veselá, Jitka (advisor) ; Leová, Simona (referee)
This work concerns the problems of the schemes of Czech collective investment. The aim of this diploma work is to compare two established groups of selected mutual funds in terms of their performance, and taking into account the risk and expenses or fee intensity of these funds. The first part of the diploma work describes the nature of the collective investment in the Czech Republic, its development and current status of this sector. The second part describes the basic methods and indicators of measuring the funds performance. The last section is directly focused on the analysis of the selected groups' efficiency of mutual funds. The first group concentrates on the maximum return on investment whereas the second one focuses on their safety. This work gives a better understanding of the collective investment market and helps the investor to select the appropriate mutual fund.
Japanese banking system with special focus on the financial crisis in the 90s
Sýkorová, Kateřina ; Schlossberger, Otakar (advisor) ; Leová, Simona (referee)
This thesis deals with the development of Japanese banking system in wider social context from the establishment of the first banking institutions in Tokugawa era until present. Most attention is paid to its role during the emergence of the financial crisis at the turn of the 80s and 90s of the 20th century and the way it was affected by the crisis. This work describes the main causes of the crisis which can be identified not only in the behaviour of banking institutions, but also in the delayed and inadequate reaction of the Japanese government. The analysis of governmental anti-crisis measures and the reform efforts indicates that in fact only three of fourteen prime ministers from 1991 to 2012 came up with measures aimed at the resurgence and further development of the banking sector. In conclusion potential consequences of current economic policy, so called "Abenomics", for the banking sector, are discussed.
Hedging and currency risk management in the area of commercial banks
Šimko, Marek ; Kolman, Marek (advisor) ; Leová, Simona (referee)
The bachelor thesis is focused on FX risk mitigation and its management in the area of commercial banks. The whole concept deals with a FX risk definition, its quantification through various VaR methods and hedging by using appropriate financial derivatives. Theoretical background is applied into a practical simulation in order to view a decision making process of an imaginary entity influenced by estimated future cash flows resulting from its own portfolio. The final output represents a complex solution of FX risk management with incorporated regulatory authorities requirements.
Analysis of financial literacy in Russia, with an emphasis on students of secondary schools and universities
Jedlička, Jan ; Radová, Jarmila (advisor) ; Leová, Simona (referee)
The objective of this work is to survey the level of financial literacy among students of secondary schools and universities in the Russian Federation, and compare it with the survey from 2008. This diploma thesis is divided into two parts. The first part is theoretical and describes Russia's actions in improving the financial literacy of its citizens. It also very briefly describes the situation in the Czech Republic. The main channels for disseminating financial literacy in the Russian Federation and the activities of the World Bank are introduced (as well). The practical part analyzes the results of a survey from 2013, which are compared with a similar survey from 2008 by the National Agency for Financial Research. A better understanding of the problems is provided by graphs and tables.
Mikrofinance v Mongolsku a v Centrální Asii
Turbat, Batbayar ; Janda, Karel (advisor) ; Leová, Simona (referee)
The theoretical literature on Microfinance claims that Microfinance methodology can help alleviate the poverty. Mongolia is one of the countries where Microfinance is implemented and said to be successful in building a deeper and broader access to financial services. The purpose of this paper is to investigate how well Microfinance is being implemented in Mongolia and what the current practice is and, most importantly, how well the microfinance methodology works. In order to answer the last question, data collected from the proximity of the Central Asian Region including Mongolia was used. Nowadays there are number of microfinance institutions operating Mongolia such as Xacbank, Credit Mongolia. Despite the previously informal microfinance bodies such pawnshops, it appears that there was still some room on the market for Microfinance to fit in. The achievements of these Microfinance institutions are remarkable given Mongolia's extremely low population density and weak infrastructure. Research on the effectiveness of microfinance methodologies are in demand. Therefore, this paper offers research on microfinance practices such as group lending, rural lending and targeting women as well. A panel data of 90 microfinance institutions in 8 countries from the region was used. The result is rather mixed. Targeting women and lending to the rural customers seem to be working. However, group lending is found to be increasing portfolio risk and while having no effect on the financial revenue and the profitability.

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