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Task Assignments

06.12.2011 / Moscow

Task Assignments given by the President of the Russian Federation following the MIFC International Advisory Board session
on 28 October 2011.

MIFC Roadmap

03.11.2015 MIFC / Moscow

MIFC Roadmap: Making progress.
October 2015


01.07.2013 MIFC / Moscow

MIFC Roadmap


01.07.2013 MIFC / Moscow

Interview with Alexander Voloshin

Events Calendar

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Financial markets megaregulator

13.10.2020 17:35 / The Bank of Russia

Bank of Russia announces public discussions on digital ruble In response to the evolving needs of households and businesses, the Bank of Russia is assessing the possibilities and prospects of introducing a digital ruble. This work will be conducted in close cooperation with the public. In order to encourage an extensive discussion of this issue, the Bank of Russia has published a consultation paper (In Russian; the English version will be released later).

17.08.2020 18:33 / The Bank of Russia

Financial institutions should migrate from LIBOR to alternative benchmarks In its Information Letter, the Bank of Russia recommends that financial market participants migrate from LIBOR (London Interbank Offered Rate) to other risk-free rates.

23.06.2020 14:15 / The Bank of Russia

Svetlana Zolotareva to head Financial Market Strategy at CBR Svetlana Zolotareva has been appointed Director of the Financial Market Strategy Department. This appointment will be effective from 29 June.

10.03.2020 16:16 / The Bank of Russia

Scope of specialised depositories’ activity may be expanded: Bank of Russia’s consultation paper The Bank of Russia proposes that market participants consider the possibility of expanding the scope of specialised depositories’ activity and modifying this institute. These initiatives are aimed at reducing market participants’ and investors’ costs, increasing competition, and improving the quality of services rendered by specialised depositories.

10.03.2020 15:45 / The Bank of Russia

Number of investors in equity market doubles in 2019 In 2019, the number of brokerage and trust management (TM) clients doubled, to total 4.3 million and 341 thousand persons, respectively. The significant inflow of investors was associated with a rise in the equity market and a decrease in deposit interest rates, according to the Review of Key Indicators of Professional Securities Market Participants. Banks’ policy was also an important contributor to the expansion of the client base: banks attracted nearly one-half of the 2 million new retail clients receiving brokerage services by offering them conventional and structured bonds as an alternative to deposits.

Corporate and contract law

04.12.2018 17:33 / The Bank of Russia

Russian public companies step up action to implement Corporate Governance Code principles In 2017, the extent to which Corporate Governance Code principles are operationally implemented (understood as implemented at 75%) by national public companies grew 26 pp from 2015, the year the study commenced. Also, the period saw a more than threefold reduction in the number of entities with less than 50% compliance with the Code principles. These are the findings of the Bank of Russia's Review of Corporate Governance Practices at Russian Public Companies.

Improvement of corporate governance

29.11.2019 19:40 / The Bank of Russia

Russian joint-stock companies implement over 75% of corporate governance principles Russian exchange-traded public joint-stock companies (PJSC) demonstrate a stable trend towards the improvement of their corporate governance: in 2018, they increased the number of implemented Corporate Governance Code principles and improved the quality of reasoning behind incompliance. These results are contained in the annual Review of Corporate Governance in Russian Public Companies published on the Bank of Russia’s website.

04.12.2018 17:33 / The Bank of Russia

Russian public companies step up action to implement Corporate Governance Code principles In 2017, the extent to which Corporate Governance Code principles are operationally implemented (understood as implemented at 75%) by national public companies grew 26 pp from 2015, the year the study commenced. Also, the period saw a more than threefold reduction in the number of entities with less than 50% compliance with the Code principles. These are the findings of the Bank of Russia's Review of Corporate Governance Practices at Russian Public Companies.