Реформа банковского регулирования в Китае: особенности регулятивного континуума и системные риски
The article is a pilot attempt of comprehensive research of China’s banking regulation and supervision reform in the post-crisis
era. It is found that risks associated with the «too big to fail» banks still cannot be contained that to a certain extent is offset by a wider
array of regulatory aspects, their miniaturization, and more stringent supervisory standards compared with Basel III. On the other side, non-regulated segments of the financial sector pose higher risks. More broadly, regulatory reform in China comes close with fundamental principles of international reform of banking regulation. Based on research findings relevant recommendations are developed for the Russian banking sector.