Russian Federation [electronic resource] : Financial System Stability Assessment.

International Monetary Fund
Washington, D.C. : International Monetary Fund, 2011.
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IMF Staff Country Reports; Country Report No. 11/291.
IMF Staff Country Reports; Country Report No. 11/291
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1 online resource (77 p.)
Local subjects:
Accounting standards.
Adequate oversight.
Adequate powers.
Assessment methodology.
Assessment procedures.
Assessment process.
Asset classification.
Bank accounts.
Bank assets.
Bank assistance.
Bank balance sheet.
Bank balance sheets.
Bank capital.
Bank capitalization.
Bank closure.
Bank credit.
Bank customers.
Bank data.
Bank debt.
Bank defaults.
Bank depositors.
Bank directors.
Bank failure.
Bank failures.
Bank governance.
Bank groups.
Bank holding.
Bank holding companies.
Bank holding company.
Bank insolvency.
Bank insolvency law.
Bank intervention.
Bank investments.
Bank law.
Bank licensing.
Bank liquidity.
Bank management.
Bank obligations.
Bank personnel.
Bank portfolio.
Bank profitability.
Bank profits.
Bank recapitalization.
Bank records.
Bank regulation.
Bank resolution.
Bank supervision.
Bank supervisors.
Banking activities.
Banking institutions.
Banking law.
Banking market.
Banking operations.
Banking practices.
Banking regulations.
Banking secrecy.
Banking sector.
Banking sectors.
Banking structures.
Banking supervision.
Banking supervision framework.
Banking supervisors.
Banking system.
Banking system assets.
Bankruptcy petition.
Basel Core Principles.
Capital adequacy.
Capital adequacy ratio.
Capital base.
Capital requirement.
Collective investment scheme.
Collective investment schemes.
Commercial property.
Compliance program.
Consolidated supervision.
Credit risk.
Criminal record.
Debt restructuring.
Deposit insurance.
Deposit insurance scheme.
Dual criminality.
Due diligence.
Enforcement powers.
Enhancing transparency.
Excess liquidity.
Financial intermediaries.
Financial sector.
Financial sector supervision.
Financial soundness.
Financial standards.
Financial supervision.
Foreign authorities.
Foreign banks.
Foreign counterparts.
Foreign exchange.
Foreign regulators.
Good faith.
Holding company.
Information exchange.
Insider trading.
Insurance business.
Insurance law.
Insurance premium.
Insurance supervision.
Insurance supervisors.
Interbank market.
Interbank money market.
Internal controls.
Internal organization.
Internal procedures.
Internal rules.
International accounting standards.
International standards.
Investment bank.
Investor confidence.
Iosco principles.
Legal entities.
Licensing authority.
Licensing requirements.
Liquid asset.
Liquidity ratio.
Loan classification.
Market infrastructure.
Market intermediaries.
Market intermediary.
Market manipulation.
Market participants.
Market transparency.
Monetary instruments.
Money laundering.
Net interest margin.
Nonbank financial sector.
Nonperforming loan.
Offshore jurisdictions.
Payment system.
Payment systems.
Pocket bank.
Prudential supervision.
Regulatory authorities.
Regulatory authority.
Regulatory forbearance.
Reporting requirements.
Reserve ratio.
Reserve requirement.
Return on assets.
Return on equity.
Return on investment.
Risk categories.
Risk management.
Risk management systems.
Risk profile.
Securities firms.
Securities markets.
Securities regulation.
Securities transactions.
Settlement system.
Settlement systems.
Share information.
Short term debt.
Subordinated debt.
Supervisory agencies.
Supervisory agency.
Supervisory approach.
Supervisory authority.
Supervisory boards.
Supervisory body.
Supervisory framework.
Supervisory process.
Supervisory standards.
Suspicious transactions.
Technical capacity.
Tier 1 capital.
Russian Federation.
United Kingdom.
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.
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