Banking Sector Sustainability

January 14, 2017, 12:30 – 14:30, Building 5, 3rd Floor, Room 308

The banking sector has traditionally been the core of the Russian financial system, accumulating the bulk of financial assets in both households and the corporate sector and providing a significant portion of debt financing in the Russian financial system. Without a stable and well-balanced development of the banking sector, the stability of the entire financial system or the rapid development of the Russian economy are unimaginable.

Issues for Discussion

  • Overall results of the development of banking sector in 2016.
  • Systemic risks in the banking sector
  • Possible approaches to reform regulation and supervision in the banking sector 


  • Mikhail Khromov
    Mikhail Khromov

    Head, Laboratory of Financial Research, Gaidar Institute for Economic Policy


  • Maxim Bogdashkin
    Maxim Bogdashkin

    Principal, Oliver Wyman Financial Services

  • Alina Vetrova
    Alina Vetrova

    Vice President, Rossiya Association of Regional Banks

  • Mikhail Mamonov
    Mikhail Mamonov

    Leading Expert, Center for Macroeconomic Analysis and Short-Term Forecasting

  • Dmitry Miroshnichenko
    Dmitry Miroshnichenko

    Leading Expert, Development Center Institute, National Research University Higher School of Economics

  • Elena Rovenskaya
    Elena Rovenskaya

    Program Director, the Advanced Systems Analysis (ASA) Program, International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis (IASA)

  • Elman Mehdiyev
    Elman Mehdiyev

    Executive Vice-President, Association of Russian Banks (ARB)

  • Mikhail Matovnikov
    Mikhail Matovnikov

    Senior Managing Director, Chief Analist, Sberbank of Russia