Opening event. Address by Elvira Nabiullina, Governor of the Bank of Russia.
Plenary session I. Central Bank’s Policy Design: Pursuing Multiple Objectives in Times of Increasing Market Complexity and Risk Variety.
Session 1.1: New Approaches to Finance for Housing Construction: Challenges and Opportunities for the Banking and Construction Sectors.
Session 2.1: Challenges for the EME Central Banks’ Policies Amid Global Uncertainty.
Session 3.1: New Requirements for Financial Market Specialists.
Session 4.1: The Investment Fund Market: A Reset.
Session 5.1: Credit Cooperation: Pathways Towards Earning Trust and Raising Popularity
Session 6.1: A Development Strategy for the Insurance Sector: Perspectives of the Market and the Regulator
Session 7.1: Funding Entrepreneurship: A National Priority
Session 1.2: IFRS 9: Specificities and Results of Implementation.
Session 2.2: Interaction Between Monetary Policy and Macroprudential Policy.
Session 3.2: Competition for Retail Investors: Brokers and Trustees
Session 4.2: Private Pension Funds: Expanding Investment Opportunities vs Managing Risk – Earn or Save?
Session 5.2: The Socialisation of Microfinance Organisations: Transforming Business Models through Regulatory Action.
Session 6.2: Motor Third-Party Liability Insurance: A Focus on Customization.
Session 7.2: Digital Transformation and Cyber Risks in the Financial Sector.
Session 1.3: Business Models for Regional Banks: The Past, Present, and Future.
Session 2.3: Central Banks’ Communication as a Monetary Policy Tool.
Session 3.3: The Derivatives Market: On the Cusp of Change?
Session 4.3: The Special Depository: Keeping in Step with the Times; What Does an Investor Pay for?
Session 5.3: The Development and Improvement of a Self-Regulation Institution on the Microfinance Market.
Session 6.3: The Consumer in the Insurance Market.
Session 7.3: Approaches to the Regulation of Financial Groups.
Session 1.4: RegTech and SupTech: Technological Transformation of Interaction between the Financial Industry and the Regulator.
Session 2.4: Inflation Expectations: How Do We Anchor Them?
Session 3.4: Identifying Optimal Levels of Regulation and Efficient Oversight in the Securities Market: Theory and Practice.
Session 4.4: Private Pension Funds: Competition and Factors Hindering Business Development.
Session 5.4: Online Services in the Microfinance Market: Challenges and Growth Prospects.
Session 6.4: New Approaches to Assessing the Financial Stability of Insurance Companies.
Session 7.4: The Сontribution of Сorporate Governance to the Competitiveness of a Financial Institution.
Plenary session II. Self-Regulation, Ethics, and Conduct Supervision: Challenges for the Next Three Years.
Session 1.5: Infrastructure Projects for the Financial Market: Initial Results and Prospects.
Session 2.5: Accelerating Economic Growth in Russia.
Session 3.5: Investment Consulting: Initial Results.
Session 4.5: Growth of Non-State Pensions.
Session 5.5: Partnership between Credit and Microfinance Organisations: Benefits and Threats to Business and Consumers.
Session 6.5: Life Insurance: Prospects.
Session 7.5: Cyber Risks and Cyber Threats: Managing, Regulating, Insuring.
Session 1.6: Macroprudential Policy: Aims, Means, Results.
Session 2.6: The Implications of the Broad Regional Diversity for the Monetary Policy Decision-Making.
Session 3.6: The Role of Infrastructure in Building a Trusting Environment and Simplifying Investor Access to the Financial Market in the Era of Digitalisation.
Session 4.6: Risk-Management Tools in Collective Investments: The Abilities of Managers and Expectations of Investors.
Session 5.6: Consumer Fraud and Borrower Misconduct: Taking Effective Countermeasures.
Session 7.6: Compliance as a Part of Corporate Culture.
Session 1.7: The Development of the Deposit Insurance System.
Session 3.7: Fair Pricing on the Securities Market.