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Stress-testing Russian Banking System: Will Banks Need Government Assistance Again?

Oleg Solntsev, Anna Pestova and Mikhail Mamonov ()

VOPROSY ECONOMIKI, 2010, vol. 4

Abstract: The article analyzes factors that affect growth of the share of non-performing loans in the loan portfolio of Russian banks and proposes approaches for this share forecasting on the basis of dynamics of macroeconomic indicators. It also deals with methodological issues of remote stress-test of lending agencies. Using the results of conducted stress-test of Russian banks the authors assess their perspective capital needs in 2010 and estimate the share of government assistance in capital injections. Furthermore, the authors define the scale of vulnerable banks groups in the Russian banking sector.

Date: 2010
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