Five years ago, half of all Russian banks provided a full range of banking services to companies and households; now only one in three do. Banks are opting to specialize more narrowly or to move away from clear business models altogether.
Dialogue Chain. Episode 7. Alexey Savatyugin, aide to the Chairman of the Accounts Chamber of Russia, shares a brief overview of the Russian financial market in converstion with Apurva Sanghi, lead economist for Russia at the World Bank Group.
Dialogue Chain. Episode 6. Apurva Sanghi, lead economist for Russia of the World Bank Group, talks about ways to double the potential growth rate. Questions by Evsey Gurvich, head of Economic Expert Group, a leading Russian think-tank.
The large-scale National Priority Project in housing has the potential to cause an accelerated increase in real estate prices, household debt, and banks’ credit risks. Moreover, explosive market growth could give way to a slump when the Project comes to an end.
Dialogue Chain. Episode 3. Natalya Zubarevich, Professor, Faculty of Geography, Lomonosov Moscow State University, interviews Aleksander Auzan, Professor, Dean, Faculty of Economics, Lomonosov Moscow State University