SHS Web Conf.
Volume 112, 2021Northern Sustainable Development Forum 2020
|Number of page(s)||6|
|Published online||23 June 2021|
The role of the state in ensuring digital transformation of banking sector
Baikal State University, 11, Lenin str., Irkutsk, Russia
* Corresponding author: email@example.com
In the age of digital technologies, the main factor of competitiveness in the financial market is “digital capital”. Using developments in the field of information technology, banks change the format and methods of providing their products and services, participate in the provision of services that are not typical for them. In such circumstances, banks have to completely transform their business and build it on the basis of platforms. Changes in the operating conditions of the financial market entail changes in the rules of conduct on it and approaches to its regulation. Investing in technologies, creating and developing ecosystems require significant financial investments from banks, which not all banks can afford. This research analyzes the possibilities of using digital capital by the most successful Russian banks in building and developing ecosystems. The main models of banking ecosystems used in Russian practice are systematized. The necessity of state participation in financial support of the digital transformation of the banking sector is justified. The steps taken by the Bank of Russia in this direction are evaluated. The article summarizes the Bank of Russia’s efforts to develop approaches to financial market regulation to ensure information security and prevent financial isolation. Steps taken by the regulator to ensure an equal access to financial services for all citizens, equal opportunities for competition of various financial market players.
Key words: banks / financial market / ecosystem / digital technology / regulation
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