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Russian Federation :, Financial System Stability Assessment

Even though the Russian authorities have maintained financial stability at the time of a major global shock, the financial system is still weak. The crisis has set back progress toward a strong, competitive banking system for the future. The recent unification of the supervision of nonbank financial institutions is an opportunity for strengthened oversight. A more structured corrective action regime and a unified administration regime for all banks, with broad powers for the administrator, would help strengthen the system further
Table Of Contents
Cover; Contents; Glossary; A; B; C; D; E; F; I; L; M; N; O; P; R; S; Executive Summary; Tables; 1. Russia: Key FSAP Recommendations; I. Experience with the Recent Crisis and Current Risk Assessment; Boxes; 1. The Recent Financial Crisis and the Monetary and Financial Policy Response; II. Strengths and Vulnerabilities: Institutions and Markets; A. Banks; 2. The failures of Mezhprombank and Bank of Moscow; 2. Russia: Financial Soundness and Balance Sheet Indicators of the Banking System; 3. Russia: Financial Soundness Indicators of Banks by Groups, end-2010; Figures
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non fiction
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1 online resource (78 p.)
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