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Business Brunch. Recent changes in the regulation of financial transactions and settlements. Instruments to secure the fulfillment of obligations

  • Russia

    06-09-2018

    Description:

    During the brunch, we will discuss recent changes to the Civil Code regarding financial transactions and settlements, in particular

    • changes in loan and credit regulations
    • new trends in non-cash payments, bank deposits and accounts
    • innovations in factoring, escrow
    • some issues connected to the use of security deposits

    In addition, we will discuss the application of rules on the assignment of claims and certain types of security collaterals, including the pledge of rights to a bank account.

    Date:

    20 and 21 September 2018

    Place:

    7 Gasheka St., 2nd floor, Moscow, Russia (Eversheds Sutherland) and Nevsky Pr. 62, 3rd floor, St. Petersburg, Russia (Eversheds Sutherland)

    Agenda:

    09:45 - 10:00 – Registration

    10:00 - 10:05 – Welcome and Brief Introduction

    10:05 - 11:30 – Presentation

    11:30 - 11:45 – Questions and Answers

    Main target audience:

    The business brunch will be of particular interest for top managers, financial directors, lawyers, accountants and other employees in charge of financial activities in their company, as well as those involved in drawing up contracts.

    Speakers:

    • Nikita Butenko, Eversheds Sutherland, Principal Associate
    • Andrey Shubin, Eversheds Sutherland, Associate

    The business brunch will be conducted in Russian. Participation is free of charge. Please confirm your attendance by 19 September 2018 by email to elizaveta.maiorova@eversheds-sutherland.ru or by calling +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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