Базель III в России: синхронизация реформы регулирования на фоне системных рисков?
International banking regulators are yet to find the instruments of unbiased measurement of systemic risks. In these circumstances, stress resilience and soundness of systemically important financial institutions mainly depend on understanding of
the limits and the extent of their interconnectedness with macro-level dynamics, while their «de-riskization» remains a decisive
contributor to soundness of the post-crisis conceptual framework of banking regulation. Challenges to regulatory reform in
Russia are further complemented by macroeconomic uncertainty and higher market volatility that puts on the agenda of banking
regulation reform the issue of systemic risk buildup resolution. Based on systematization of stress-driven factors in the Russian
banking sector, the author of the article proposes further approaches on fine-tuning of the banking regulation policy in Russia
and in the Eurasian Economic Union.