MOSCOW Jan 29 Russia's Finance Ministry is considering a bail-in for big depositors as one of the measures to protect some banks from bankruptcy, Deputy Finance Minister Alexei Moiseev said on Friday.
A bail-in requires creditors, such as depositors and bondholders, to pick up some of the cost of rescuing a bank that risks running into trouble, shifting the burden away from the state.
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