Shvetsov Iurii, Koreshkov Vladislav
The article examines the capitalization of the banking sector of Russia, basic methods and approaches to the assessment of a bank in accordance with the legislation of the Russian Federation. Proofs of insufficient development of methodological base of evaluation by legally determined methods are adduced. Alternative solutions to obtain an objective assessment of the cost of capital of a bank on the basis of copyright method of regional factors are proposed.
Mnatsakian Robert, Sergeev Leonid
The recent financial crisis has raised doubts about the efficiency of regulatory approaches to market risk proposed by the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision in the mid-1990s and later incorporated into
Egorov Aleksei, Merkurev Igor, Chekmareva Elena
In this article an analysis of changes in structure of Russian bank's transactions on international and domestic interbank money market during first years after global financial crisis is proposed. Also current state of Russian interbank money market is analyzed. The special attention is given to factors affecting domestic interbank credit rates.
Brovkina Natalia, Lomako Iulia
This article covers Russian modern market of Private Banking both from the point of view of consumer services and of credit in-stitutions that offer such services. It enunciates characteristic features of the Russian private capitals management market in compari-son with classic forms of Private Banking.
Thearticleconsidersmodern condition andprospectsof theEuropean currency integration. Thecurrentsituation in theeconomiesof thecandidatecountriesof theeuro areaisobserved, thenominal andreal convergenceof theireconomieswiththeeconomy of theeuro areaistraced. Theinfluenceof theglobal financial andeconomic crisison thecondition in thecandidatecountriesisdescribed. Theplan of theadoption theeuro by Estoniaisstated. Thedifficultiesof theeuro arearelatedto thegrowthof thegovernmentdeficitsandthemeasureson overcoming of thebudgetary crisisareconsidered. Theprospectsof thebuilding of theEuropean Stability Mechanismarestated. Itisnotedthatthebudgetary crisiswill aggravatetheproblemof theloweconomic growthratesin theeuro areacountries.
AIVAZIAN SERGEI, ANDREIEVSKAIA IRINA, KONNOLI RICHARD, PENIKAS GENRIKH
World financial crisis has vividly demonstrated systemically important financial institutions to be subject of great attention in both mature and emerging market economies. The paper aims at summarizing the approaches to systemically important financial institutions identification and regulation. Qualitative and quantitative methods are discussed, as well as the demand for systemically important financial institutions identification for the case of Russian banking sector.