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Course work on "Banking supervision (international experience)"


Introduction

1. The banking system as an object of banking supervision

1.1. Central and commercial banks (as an object of banking supervision)

1.2. The status of Central banks

2. Organization of the banking supervision (foreign experience)

2.1. System of banking supervision in foreign countries

2.1.1. The system of banking supervision in the U.S.

2.1.2. The system of banking supervision in the UK

2.1.3. Banking supervision in Italy

2.1.4. Banking supervision in the Netherlands

2.1.5. Banking supervision in France

2.2. The stages of banking supervision

2.2.1. Licensing of banks

2.2.2. Audit the accounts provided by banks

2.2.3. Inspection (audit) on the ground

2.2.4. Control over compliance by banks with regulatory requirements

3. Banking supervision in Russia

3.1. Legal framework of banking supervision in Russia

3.2. Problems and prospects of banking supervision

3.2.1. Requirements to improve banking supervision in Russia

3.2.2. The development of the banking system (structure optimization)

3.2.3. The main directions of improving the regulatory framework of banking supervision

3.2.4. The main directions of work with problem banks

3.2.5. Principles of influence on problem banks

3.2.6. Application to credit organisations with the control measures

3.2.7. The interaction between the Bank of Russia to the organization of supervision with national and international organizations

Conclusion

The list of references

Additional information

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