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Business Brunch. Currency Regulation: visibility or reality

  • Russia


    During this brunch, we will talk about the latest trends in currency regulation and legislative changes that affect the business and increase the legal risks of prosecution. This topic is always relevant in connection with the significant amount of fines that are imposed on businesses in the area of currency regulation.

    Date and Place

    28 October 2019 – Moscow, 19 1st Tverskaya-Yamskaya Street, Sheraton Palace hotel, Moscow hall

    31 October 2019 – St Petersburg, 49/2 Nevsky Prospect, Radisson Royal hotel, Stasov-Ushakov hall


    09:30 - 10:00 – registration

    10:00 - 10:20 – currency regulation trends and typical problems which companies are confronted with

    10:20 - 10:40 – recent changes in the use of foreign accounts by individuals and expansion of the list of permissible foreign exchange transactions

    10:40 - 11:10 – current court practice in the field of currency regulation violations: violations related to repatriation requirements, untimely submission of documents to the banks and other violations

    11:10 - 11:30 – partial cancellation of repatriation requirements

    11:30 - 11:45 – questions and answers

    Target audience

    The business brunch will be of particular interest to lawyers, accountants, top managers, or any other employee with foreign bank accounts


    | Ivan Kaisarov, senior associate Eversheds Sutherland

    | Leyla Ibragimova, associate Eversheds Sutherland

    The business brunch will be conducted in Russian. Participation is free of charge. Please confirm your attendance by 25 October 2019 by email to or by calling +7 495 662-6434 / +7 812 363-3377.

    Space is limited. Therefore, the maximum number of participants from each company is 2 people. If you know of colleagues in your company who may be interested in this topic, please feel free to forward this invitation.

    We hope to see you!

    This information is for guidance purposes only and should not be regarded as a substitute for taking legal advice. Please refer to the full terms and conditions on our website.

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