To the Problem of Crediting Small and Medium Entreprenershipof Regional Banks in the Russian Federation
The aim of this work is to present the results of research devotedto the analysis of problems in the sphere of SME lending regional banks in Russia and ways of overcoming them.
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The paper investigates the success of market entry strategies of Swiss SME’s to the Russian market in 2011 and 2019. Not only multinational Swiss companies are present in the Russian market but also small & middle sized ones which have specialized in certain market niches. Based on qualitative descriptive analysis, this paper compares various market entry strategies used by Swiss companies in 2011 and 2019 for the Russian market, considering the different economic environment in Russia since 2014.
Guidelines for Teachers on Case Solution
The aim of this article is to present the results of a stady devoted to the analysis of problems and search of possibilities of interaction between banks and small business. The analysis is based on a review of data of borrowers of regional banks of Nizhny Novgorod region in Russia.
This article examines the South African financial system for start-up companies, and focuses particularly on the support provided by the Khula indemnification scheme. Most research rests on the assumption that a lack of finance is the sole impediment to success of start-ups; however, it is unclear whether such government intervention can indeed foster successful entrepreneurial activity. We show that the current system provides profit making opportunities for both banks and consultants, but lacks focus on sustainable business development. There are incentives to create companies not in an attempt to be profitable, but rather as a means to gain access to government or government-backed money. We question whether a lack of finance is the primary obstacle to the formation of businesses. Instead, we argue that it is a lack of accountability and an insufficient application of business tools such as basic cost accounting that make entrepreneurs less creditworthy.
Conference proceeding SGEM 2014