Russia opens up

RUSSIA has got the Basel II bug. After some false starts, the country's regulator is moving ahead with implementation plans for the international capital framework, and its banking association is setting up a working group to specifically tackle implementation issues. Even the International Finance Corporation – an arm of the World Bank – has become involved by providing risk management training for bank executives.

But progress is measured. In theory, the country is supposed to be implementing

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