Central Bank of the Russian Federation
National payment card system
We prepared a number of analytical studies on improving the financial inclusion and new methods of customer identification.
We also take part in consultations with the regulator and forming strategic plans for the Central Bank. We are members of the Expert Council of the Central Bank's regulatory sandbox.
We prepared an overview of the risks and opportunities associated with the introduction of a new functional regulation, in the form of analogues of the Second Payment Directive or the Directive on Payment Accounts.
Traditionally, the basis of Mastercard is the processing of payment card transactions. But non-card payments are becoming a real competitor to this market segment. We prepared an analysis of possible risks (and opportunities) that this competition will bring in the future.
Sberbank is the largest Russian Bank and one of the most innovative bank in the world. To implement its strategy, it needs to easily navigate the latest regulatory trends. We prepared an analysis of the most significant legislative innovations in Russia and helped to assess their impact on business.
PayPal is a global payment provider. We help PayPal Russia understand the Russian regulatory landscape and adapt to its changes in a timely manner.
The International Training and Methodology Centre for Financial Monitoring serves as a platform for the exchange of experience and professional development for specialists in the field of AML/CFT. For this purpose, we prepared the first risk analysis of electronic money systems in Russia, developed and implemented training programs for financial intelligence units.
Council of Europe
The Eurasian Group on Combating Money Laundering and Financing of Terrorism (EAG)
The Council of Europe is an international organization that promotes cooperation in the areas of legal standards, human rights, democratic development and cultural interaction. As part of the Tunisian anti-corruption project, we conducted a workshop on new typologies and new trends in AML/CFT
The EAG is a FATF-type regional group that includes following countries: Belarus, China, India, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. For the EAG, we prepared an analysis of ML/FT risks in electronic money.