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Efficacy Assessment of the U.S. Global and Domestic Systemically Important Banks in the Context of the Basel III Prudential Standards

Student: Ivan Shindin

Supervisor: Eduard P. Dzhagityan

Faculty: Faculty of World Economy and International Affairs

Educational Programme: World Economy (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2020

The recession of 2007-2008 revealed the importance of prudential supervision of large banking holdings. The U.S. Federal Reserve System and other financial regulators concentrated on the regulation tightening of systemically important financial institutions to increase the financial stability of banking sector. Such an opportune policy allowed to overcome post-crisis recovery at a fast pace. The research is an attempt to conduct efficacy assessment of the U.S. global and domestic systemically important banks in the context of Basel III. The factor, cluster and regression analyses will be applied in order to explore how Basel III prudential standards affect the efficacy indicators of “too big to fail” banks. The research may aid Federal Reserve System and Financial Stability Board in developing transparent and flexible system of prudential supervision that reflects specific features of global and domestic banking holdings.

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