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Financial integration, openness and involvement of the Russian stock market in the global securities market

Alifanova E.N. Doctor of Economic Sciences, Professor, the Department of Financial and Economic Engineering, the Rostov State Economic University ( alifanovaen@mail.ru )

Korolevich O.P. Graduate Student, the Department of Financial and Economic Engineering, the Rostov State Economic University ( opkorolevich@gmail.com )

Journal: Finance and Credit, #34, 2013

In the article the analysis of financial integration is carried out. The conclusion is drawn on increased extent of financial integration of the Russian stock market in the global securities market in the conditions of decrease in global stability.


Tendencies of reforming of institutes of regulation of the national financial markets

Alifanova E.N. doctor of economic science, professor of department of financial and economic engineering, Rostov state university of economics (RINH) ( alifanovaen@mail.ru )

Evlahova Y.S. Associate professor of economic sciences, senior lecturer of chair Corporate Finance and Financial Management, Rostov State University of Economics ( evlahova@yandex.ru )

Journal: Finance and Credit, #35, 2011

As a result of the research it is defined that system risks and as a whole, maintenance of system stability in the national financial market became a priority for financial markets regulation in post-crisis aspect. These tendencies create an objective basis for formation of a global network of financial markets regulation.


Analysis of methodical approaches to development of indicators of financial literacy of population

Alifanova E.N. Doctor of Economics, Professor, Dean of Financial faculty, the Rostov State Economic University ( alifanovaen@mail.ru )

Evlakhova Yu.S. PhD in Economics, Associate Professor, Department Corporate Finance and Financial Management, the Rostov State Economic University ( evlahova@yandex.ru )

Journal: Finance and Credit, #12, 2013

In the article the techniques of measurement of level of financial literacy of the population developed by domestic and foreign scientists are systematized and analyzed. The conclusion is drawn on existence of two methodical approaches: the first assumes development of the uniform indicator, the second a complex of indicators of financial literacy of the population. The research of their advantages and shortcomings allowed to determine the great practical value of the approach focused on development of a complex of indicators of financial literacy.


Development of methodical approaches to risk management of financial institutions in the sphere of counteraction to laundering of the income and terrorism financing

Alifanova E.N. the Doctor of Economics, professor managing chair of the international economic relations, the Rostov state economic university (RINH) ( alifanovaen@mail.ru )

Vochenko N.G. Doctor of Economics, professor of chair of finance, Rostov state economic university (RINH) ( vovchenko@rambler.ru )

Vorobyova I.G. Candidate of Economic Sciences, associate professor of banking, Rostov state economic university (RINH) ( iv.pochta@mail.ru )

Journal: Finance and Credit, #6, 2014

In article it is noted that researches of risks in the sphere of money laundering or financing of terrorism are carried out within various approaches. Studying of risks of financial institutions in this sphere taking into account financial literacy of their clients can become a perspective foreshortening. Such approach forms essentially new strategy of management by potential risks, allowing financial institutions to apply concerning clients the appropriate measures of control and supervision.


The methodology of system risks research in the context of evolution of modern appoaches

Kuznetsov N.G. PhD, professor, rector, chair of department Economic theory RSUE (RINH) ( rector@rsue.ru )

Alifanova E.N. PhD, professor, the dean of financial faculty, professor of the department of financial and economic engineering RSUE (RINH) ( alifanovaen@mail.ru )

Evlahova Y.S. candidate of economic science, doctoral candidate of the department of financial and economic engineering RSUE (RINH) ( evlahova@yandex.ru )

Journal: Finance and Credit, #39, 2011

In article directions of development of modern approaches to system risks of financial sector are considered. It is defined that thanks to convergence of models of the financial markets there is a rapprochement of two approaches to system risks: from positions of regular risk of stock market and from positions of system risk of bank sector. The analysis of methods of an estimation of system risks has allowed to reveal that a basis of all methods is the estimation of interrelations between elements systems, and the reason of a variety of methods - different levels of system generalization.


The development of innovation system in the life-long financial education

Kuznetsov N.G. Doctor of Economics, professor, rector, manager. Head of Economic theory Chair, Rostov State University of Economics (RINH) ( rector@rsue.ru )

Kochmola K.V. Doctor of Economics, professor, dean of financial faculty, Head of International financial and credit relations Chair, Rostov State University of Economics (RINH) ( dek_fef@rsue.ru )

Alifanova .N. Doctor of Economics, professor of Financial and economic engineering chair ( alifanovaen@mail.ru )

Evlahova Y.S. doctoral candidate, senior teacher of International financial and credit relations Chair, Rostov State University of Economics (RINH) ( evlahova@yandex.ru )

Journal: Finance and Credit, #41, 2010

The article covers interrelations in lifelong education system between innovations for which education acts as a source and a sphere of application, system of financial knowledge distribution, financial literacy of the population, reflecting changes occurring in forms and methods of educational activity. The system of innovations developed by authors in educational process on increase of financial literacy became cumulative scientific result of the research.


The development of scientific and methodological tools of financial knowledge dissemination in the society

Kochmola K.V. Doctor of Economics, professor, dean of financial faculty, Head of International financial and credit relations Chair, Rostov State University of Economics (RINH) ( dek_fef@rsue.ru )

Alifanova E.N. doctor of economic science, professor of department of financial and economic engineering, Rostov state university of economics (RINH) ( alifanovaen@mail.ru )

fremenko I.N. candidate of economical science, the docent of the department of international financial-credit relations, Rostov state university of economics (RINH) ( efremenko@yandex.ru )

Evlahova Y.S. candidate of economical science, senior lecturer of chair international finance and credit relations, Rostov state university of economics (RINH) ( evlahova@yandex.ru )

Journal: Financial Analytics: Science and Experience, #12, 2011

In the article the Russian and foreign experience of an increase in the financial literacy of population is examined, its systematization according to the task forces, the technologies and the subjects of educational process is carried out. Conclusion about the need of developing the scientific methods guarantee of an educational process in the region of the financial literacy of citizens is formulated.


Financial literacy and risk appetite involving clients of financial institutions in illegal deals

Nivorozhkina L.I. Doctor of Economics, Professor, Honored Science Worker, Head of the Department of Mathematical Statistics, Econometrics and Actuarial Calculations, the Rostov State Economic University ( lin45@mail.ru )

Sinyavskaya T.G. Doctor of Economics, Professor, Associated Professor, the Department of Mathematical Statistics, Econometrics and Actuarial Calculations, the Rostov State Economic University ( sin-ta@yandex.ru )

Alifanova E.N. Doctor of Economics, Professor, Head of the Faculty of Finance, Professor of the Department of Financial-Economical Engineering, the Rostov State Economic University ( alifanovaen@mail.ru )

Journal: Finance and Credit, #41, 2013

In the article the concept of an risk assessment of involvement of clients of financial institutions in schemes on money laundering on the basis of identification of the level of their financial literacy, the tendency to risk, the relation and ability of identification of the operations connected with suspicious financial transactions are presented. The developed and approved technique is based on poll which has been carried out among students of the South of Russia as most financially by active in the near future to part of the population. The high risk level of involvement of the population in illegal financial schemes owing to low financial literacy is revealed and the main characteristics of group of the greatest risk are defined.


Developing a system of indicators of national financial security

Alifanova E.N. Rostov State University of Economics, Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation ( alifanovaen@mail.ru )

Evlakhova Yu.S. Rostov State University of Economics, Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation ( evlahova@yandex.ru )

Journal: Finance and Credit, #29, 2017

Subject The article addresses methodological approaches to national financial security evaluation.
Objectives The purpose of the study is to formulate selection principles and classification system of indicators, which will enable to solve existing methodological problems in the realization of integrated approach to creating a system of indicators of financial security.
Methods The study employs logical and comparative analysis, generalization of theoretical material, methods of tabular and graphic representation of data.
Results We created a two-level system of indicators of the national financial security, developed selection principles, and presented a system of classification criteria of the indicators. The findings may be used at the theoretical level for further studies of the national financial security, at the application level for monitoring the national financial security. This will help implement a risk-oriented approach based on identification of threats, susceptibility and their implications, which generates a country risk profile in the context of financial security at the global level.
Conclusions and Relevance The complexity in creating the system of indicators, which is revealed as one of important elements of the methodological approach to the study of the national financial security is implemented in the interconnected analysis of the following systems: a two-level system of indicators of the national financial security; a system of selection principles of the indicators; a system of classification criteria of the indicators; a system of monitoring the indicators to assess financial security.


Systemically important financial institutions as an area of vulnerability to threats to financial safety of Russia

Evlakhova Yu.S. Rostov State University of Economics (RSUE), Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation ( evlahova@yandex.ru )

Alifanova E.N. Rostov State University of Economics (RSUE), Rostov-on-Don, Russian Federation ( alifanovaen@mail.ru )

Journal: Finance and Credit, #8, 2019

Subject The article investigates systemically important financial institutions and considers them as a zone of vulnerability to threats to financial safety.
Objectives The purpose is to offer and substantiate a new approach to the study of systemically important financial institutions, i.e. from the perspective of financial security.
Methods We employ methods of logic, analytical and statistical analysis.
Results Threats to the Russian financial sector proceed from its susceptibility to global risks, information infrastructure vulnerability, credit and operational risks. Russian systemically important financial organizations (first of all, banks) are vulnerable to these threats for various reasons. Operations in the international financial market and increased country risks make them vulnerable to global risks. A large scale of business increases operational risks, including the risk of loss of cyber resilience. Threats related to increased credit risk are also relevant for too-big-to-fail banks. The analysis of loan portfolio quality of Russian banks, including systemically significant ones, confirms the formation of a new exposure, which relates to unsecured lending, excess debt load of the population, and hidden income phenomenon.
Conclusions The activity of Russian systemically important banks needs continuous monitoring from the perspective of national financial security.


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