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Moscow as the international financial center: problems of the formation

Starodubtseva E.B. Doctor of Economics, the professor of the department of money, credit and securities of the All-Russian external financial and economic institute ( evdokija59@mail.ru )

Journal: Finance and Credit, #34, 2010

Article is dedicated to shaping of the international financial center, which plays significant role in shaping of favorable investment climate for the purpose of the attraction of investments for the development and modernizations of Russian economy. In the article the basic problems of shaping of international financial center in Moscow are reflected, are examined and are analyzed the elements, inherent IFC, such as the development of the currency market, the banking system, fund market and extra-banks credit and financial institutes.


Russia in the global economy: Challenges and opportunities

Starodubtseva E.B. Financial University under Government of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation ( evdokija59@mail.ru )

Journal: National Interests: Priorities and Security, #1, 2019

Subject The article investigates the place of Russia in global GDP, foreign trade turnover, and analyzed the structure of Russia's export and import. The article shows Russia's role in the global flows of capital and integration cooperation.
Objectives The research comprehensively examines the place of Russia in the global economy, discerns key challenges impeding the national economic advancement worldwide.
Methods The research employs methods of logic, statistical analysis.
Results Russia actively participates in global economic processes, being on the top of international ratings. Economic development engenders some positive trends in GDP, global investment index, Doing Business rating. However, some indicators should be regarded with higher priority, such as services, capital outflow, foreign investment, enhancement of Russia's role and status in international institutions. The challenges can be overcome by having a sound structural and industrial policy, rearranging the economy from the resource-based focus to high technology, restructuring financial flows.
Conclusions To strengthen Russia's global status and achieve the goal, there should be an absolutely new strategy for the national socio-economic development.


Features of modern credit in the world economy

Starodubtseva E.B. Financial University under Government of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation ( evdokija59@mail.ru )

Journal: Finance and Credit, #4, 2019

Subject The paper considers the issues of credit development in modern conditions.
Objectives The paper aims to analyze the characteristics and trends of credit development in the modern world economy in light of accountability and accounting application in the practice of Russian lending.
Methods Consideration of bank credit is the basis of the study. The basis for the empirical illustration is Germany with the subsequent interpretation of the features of a bank loan in Russia.
Results Being one of the main sources of economic growth, credit forms under its influence. There is a number of established trends in crediting, however, there are changes in the principles of credit: payment, security, urgency etc. Economy digitization has become a driver in development of new types and methods of crediting. Credit relations in Russia follow the same tendencies as other countries. Consumer loan is still playing a significant role, with growth rates far exceeding corporate loans.
Conclusions and Relevance At this time we need to pay more attention to the features and trends in credit development in Russia. We should prepare to minimize the risks that will undoubtedly follow, if the interest rate decreases and the security requirements for the loan drop.


Development of investment relations as part of the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership

Starodubtseva E.B. Financial University under Government of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation ( evdokija59@mail.ru )

Journal: Financial Analytics: Science and Experience, #41, 2015

Importance Economic globalization results in global integration groups, with the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership between the USA and EU presumably becoming one of them. It will be considered as the future zone of free trade in commodities and investment. There are a lot of controversial sentiments on the feasibility of the project. The article focuses on investment cooperation between the EU and USA in historical retrospect.
     Objectives The research analyzes and evaluates investment cooperation between the EU and USA within the TTIP and identifies reasons and implications of the TTIP.
     Methods Moving from abstract to concrete, I logically built an approach to analyzing the investment partnership.
     Results The article overviews the main investment flows in global economy generally and specifically in the transatlantic partnership. I substantiate the purpose of the partnership as a certain counterbalance to growing investment flows of developed economies. The research found challenges, advantages of the USA and EU in terms of investment partnership, scrutinized the structure of mutual investment, indicated the principal areas of cooperation as they are and in the future.
     Conclusions and Relevance Having analyzed the existing investment cooperation, I concluded that investment flows were very significant for the leading developed countries.


The global financial system: the post-crisis order aspects

Doroshenko M.E. Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russian Federation ( mdoroshenko@hotmail.com )

Starodubtseva E.B. Financial University under Government of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation ( evdokija59@mail.ru )

Journal: Financial Analytics: Science and Experience, #43, 2015

Importance The global financial crisis disturbed the former trends of the global financial system, without leaving any opportunity for their recovery. The new system configuration is not evident yet, however some components of its post-crisis order are already identifiable. The article identifies and analyzes such components that allow outlining the financial system of the future.
     Objectives The research reveals the main post-crisis trends in the development of the global financial system, traces these trends in key structural components, i.e. markets, tools, infrastructure, regulatory practices, and determines areas for their further development.
     Methods The research is based on methods of comparative, empirical and statistical analyses.
     Results The crisis increased the uncertainty in each component of the global financial system due to internal and external causes, with new areas of activities, operations, and risks emerging. This engenders an array of challenges for financial regulators, which have to find solutions and tackle the loss of confidence.
     Conclusions and Relevance Having analyzed the key factors and components of the post-crisis development of the global financial system, we conclude on the existing global challenges, which shape not only the global financial system, but also the Russian one. The article may appear interesting for researchers who analyze and forecast the development of global financial markets, and issues of their regulation (mega-regulation).


Foreign investments in RF under the contemporary conditions

Starodubtseva E.B. Financial University under Government of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation ( evdokija59@mail.ru )

Journal: Financial Analytics: Science and Experience, #47, 2014

Importance Due to the ban on investing in Russia, the problem of investment attraction assumes particular relevance. The reduction of foreign investment inflows can and should be replaced by private domestic investments. The sources of such investments are savings of economic entities.
     Objectives The paper aims to assess the current state of the Russian investment potential and the possibilities of its use in the conditions of limited import of foreign investments. The objective is to compare foreign investment volumes coming to the country, capital outflow and the volume of potential internal resources.
     Methods In the paper, based on the transition from abstract to concrete, I have built up an approach to the analysis of Russian investment potential.
     Results I consider the impact of sanctions related to capital import to the territory of the Russian Federation on the investment potential of the country. I also show the importance of foreign investment for the country's economy. The article analyzes the potential of domestic investments as the aggregate of free available money funds of all economic entities, i.e. the State, population and enterprises. The paper addresses the capital outflow, which tends to increase, and under certain conditions it may become a source of domestic investments.
     Conclusions and Relevance The article concludes that there is a possibility to replace a part of foreign investments by internal sources. It will not entail serious threat of economic slowdown under conditions of existing sanctions. The article outlines the main areas of solving the problem: imposing tougher restrictions on capital export, increasing attractiveness of foreign direct investment to the country, encouraging commercial banks to provide loans to legal entities by the Bank of Russia.


The impact of regulatory requirements on systemically important banks: Global practices, evidence from Russia

Starodubtseva E.B. Financial University under Government of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation ( evdokija59@mail.ru )

Medvedeva M.B. Financial University under Government of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation ( mmborisovna@gmail.com )

Markova O.M. Financial University under Government of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation ( markova1310@bk.ru )

Journal: Finance and Credit, #5, 2019

Subject The research focuses on methodological principles and mechanisms for regulating systemically important banks in Russia and abroad through requirements set by the Basel III Committee and Financial Stability Board. The article also demonstrates the economic impact of the above banks on globally and nationally.
Objectives The research identifies issues of evaluating the role of the State and governmental policy in ensuring the predictability of risks, including those associated with systemically important banks, and eliminating their detrimental effects on the global banking system.
Methods Based on regulatory initiatives of Basel III, we analyze indicators that allow to identify systemically important banks by scale and specifics of their operations and extent to which they influence the economy.
Results Analyzing the case of foreign countries, we revealed the need to financially support too-big-to-fail banks with budgetary funds, issue-based resources of central banks, additional capitalization through the issue of federal loan bonds and national savings, provision of foreign currency liquidity on the repayment basis, compensation-based support and bail-in of banks to be recovered by converting their debt into preferred stocks with fixed return.
Conclusions and Relevance Reviewing regulatory activities for systemically important banks in Russia and abroad, we conclude that national regulators should set performance indicators of such banks in line with national economic distinctions and financial system.


The banking sector of EEA countries: integration

Starodubtseva E.B. Financial University under Government of Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation ( evdokija59@mail.ru )

Journal: Financial Analytics: Science and Experience, #43, 2014

Importance In connection with the further development of Common Free Market Zone, the issue of formation of common financial market, and banking market as its important part, is particularly relevant. This requires the convergence of particular development parameters, placing of appropriate emphasis and priorities in the banking sector development, аs well as interaction of banks with each other, in other words, the assimilation of each particular country's banks in the other countries' economy.
     Objectives The article aims to evaluate the current banking sector status of three countries: Russia, Belarus and Kazakhstan, as well as the possibilities of their future integration. For this purpose, I presented the concept of financial market of the Common Free Market Zone countries, and highlighted the criteria of banking sectors comparison.
     Methods Based on the method of transition from an abstract notion to the concrete one, I have constructed a logical approach to the analysis of the Common Free Market Zone banking sector competitiveness.
     Results I consider the financial market concept as such, and also highlight the possibility of defining the banking services market of the Common Free Market Zone countries, and on this basis, I analyze the existing banking systems of each country separately. I also compare the most important indicators of the Russian, Belarusian, Kazakhstan banks competitiveness and their foreign competitors. I analyze such parameters as the organizational component of the banking sector, indicators of banking activities, in particular, the size of charter capital, their foreign banks share, and also the assets value of their share in each country's GDP.
     Conclusions and Relevance I came to a conclusion about the existing differences in quantitative parameters, but the analysis of the relative indicators reveals some common trends in the development, that will help these banking systems to integrate in a common banking market in the future. The analysis and findings may be used to compile a Strategy for the financial market development of the Common Free Market Zone countries for the period up to 2020.


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