Bank of Russia proposes major resolution reforms

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The Bank of Russia has proposed taking over the task of resolving distressed banks from another government agency, it announced in a press release, issued recently in English.

The proposal is likely to be realised, as the Russian parliament is considering a government-sponsored draft law on banking resolution.

The central bank said it had drafted a reformed set of resolution regulations to coincide with the second reading of the law by parliament. The draft law would transfer responsibility

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