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RISK MANAGEMENT SUPPORT SYSTEMS
Valeriia Grigoreva, 2017, master's thesis

Abstract: The topic of this Master’s Thesis is risk management support systems for banking industry. The research was focused on Russian Federation banking system. Risk management is an important part of bank management. The banking sector is one of the most sensitive ones for currency fluctuation, economical as well as political instability. And it is necessary to be able to forecast future risks and prepare the banks to meet them, as well as to create the most suitable way to treat these risks. Risk management in banks has changed substantially over the past ten years. In conditions of uncertainty and rapidly changing world banks have to introduce innovative approaches and mechanisms to risk management. Now banks use IT tools and automated systems for managing the risk. The case study was chosen for empirical part of research. As an example, the largest bank of Russian Federation banking industry – PJSC “Sberbank” was taken. The empirical analysis was conducted with two research hypotheses. The purpose of H1 was to define the stage of use of automated risk management systems in Russia. It was accepted; the Russian banking sector is on early stage of use IT tools. However, the Russian software market is developing rapidly and can be called catching up. The purpose of H2 was to analyze the risk management support systems in the selected bank. The hypothesis was confirmed; the most important functionality of automated risk management system in Sberbank is credit risk management. Credit risk gives the bank "work". Credit operations of commercial banks are one of the most important types of banking activity. In the financial market, lending retains the position of the most lucrative asset line of credit institutions, although the most risky. The loan portfolio of banks averages 50‒70% of assets. Consequently, the credit risk in the structure of banking risk has a decisive influence on the performance of banks. The effectiveness of credit risk management is very important in the management of banking risk.
Keywords: bank, risk, risk management, support system, IT-tools, automated systems, Russia.
Published: 10.07.2017; Views: 408; Downloads: 41
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METHODOLOGICAL ISSUES OF THE COMPETITIVE POSITION ASSESSMENT OF THE ICT SUPPORTED BANK
Anna Rabdanova, 2017, master's thesis

Abstract: Competition is the main driver of the economy. This phenomenon has long been of interest to economists, which subsequently resulted in the creation of several approaches to the concept of competition. Economists developed various methods for assessing competition and the competitive position of the firm. The assessment of competition and competitive position allows the company to understand the situation on the market and develop a strategy in order to take a leading position. Information and communication technologies (ICT) are rapidly developing around the world. ICT penetrate into all spheres of human life, changing human behavior, in particular our behavior as a consumer. Consumers become more IT-armed; they are no longer satisfied with traditional approaches to customers. As a result, firms also need to change, introducing ICT into their business processes. The banking sector has its own characteristics that distinguish it from other sectors of the economy. Consequently, the banking competition also has its own characteristics. Banks actively use ICT, introducing them into their internal processes, as well as in the services they provide. There are two hypotheses in this Master’s Thesis. The purpose of H1 was to investigate how ICT impacts on competitive position of banks in Russia. H2 was that the most important ICT which impacts competitive position of banks in Russia are those which improve the quality of banking services. To prove these hypotheses the case study of PJSC Sberbank was used. The analysis of current state of competition in the Russian banking market also was conducted. In the case study the bank's history was reviewed, its financial and economic activities were analyzed, and Porter’s Five Forces Analysis was conducted. Both hypotheses were accepted.
Keywords: Competition, Competitive position, Banking, ICT, Russia
Published: 26.05.2017; Views: 457; Downloads: 18
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Theoretical scope of EM and sustainability
Marina Zhuravskaya, Elena Morozova, 2016, independent scientific component part or a chapter in a monograph

Abstract: It is no secret that the amount of accumulated waste in Russia today is about 90 billion tons. And the situation is that distinct economic incentives for integrated waste management just do not exist (http://kn51.ru/news/society/ecology/2013/5/02/ekologiya-kak-indikator-zrelosti-obshchestva.html). Many people believe that there are only two ways of development: go back to primitive society or go forward to the inevitable destruction of the environment. However, there is an alternative that combines the preservation of the environment and social well-being – it is the concept of sustainable development.
Keywords: environmental management, environmental policies, sustainable development, sustainable mobility, sustainability, Russia
Published: 10.05.2018; Views: 129; Downloads: 23
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Basic state requirements for environmental aspects to enterprises in the Russian Federation
Oleg Ilyasov, 2016, independent scientific component part or a chapter in a monograph

Keywords: legislation, environment, environmental policy, ecology, companies, enterprises, environmental monitoring, laws, Russia
Published: 10.05.2018; Views: 172; Downloads: 22
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The parallels to Russian reality
Natalia Mikhalenok, Pavel Pervov, Elena Gerasimova, Iurii Kholopov, Elena Lukenyuk, 2016, independent scientific component part or a chapter in a monograph

Keywords: environmental audit, railway industry, Russia, International Railway Industry Standard, IRIS
Published: 10.05.2018; Views: 184; Downloads: 18
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Infrastructure planning and environmental protection
Marina Zhuravskaya, 2016, independent scientific component part or a chapter in a monograph

Keywords: infrastructure planning, environmental protection, transport, emissions, Russia
Published: 10.05.2018; Views: 220; Downloads: 37
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