23 Марта 2021

Effective Anti-Corruption Policies as a Key Factor for Ensuring Economic Transparency

The Department of Economic Security and Risk Management of the Faculty of Economics and Business conducts the International Round Table on March 24, 2021. This year the discussion will be dedicated to the following topic: "Effective Anti-Corruption Policies as a Key Factor for Economic Transparency".

Increasing the effectiveness of anti-corruption efforts as well as consistent implementation of international requirements in this area are one of the main prerequisites for the successful development of the world economy. During the event, it is planned to discuss methods and forms of detecting corruption, tax and other economic crimes as well as other issues related to improving training effectiveness in this sphere.

The purpose of the event is to promote Financial University as a leader in combating the criminalisation of the economy, developing international cooperation and experience exchange in combating corruption and other offences.

Format of the event: offline and online mode.

Participants: representatives of foreign law enforcement agencies (police) accredited to cooperate with the law enforcement agencies of the Russian Federation, representatives of higher educational establishments and state institutions responsible for countering corruption as well as representatives of employers from leading companies of 14 states including Austria, Great Britain, Germany, China, Finland, France, Uzbekistan and others.

When & where: March 24, 2021, 10.00-14.00, Leningradsky Prospekt, 49, classroom 406. 


Igor Malashevich, Adviser to the Department for Cooperation in Combating Crime, Terrorism and Drug Trafficking of the Department for Security Cooperation and Countering New Challenges and Threats of the CIS Executive Committee;

Nodira Zikrillaeva, Task Manager of the UNDP project “Combating Corruption through Effective, Accountable and Transparent Governance Institutions in Uzbekistan”;

Sergey Arkhipov, Corporate Head of Technology Partnership & Technology Transfer, Senior Manager of KPMG, Member of the Supervisory Board, Association for the Development of the Collection Business;

Yekaterina Butkeeva, Deputy Head of the Department of Education of the International Training and Methodology Centre for Financial Monitoring;

Igor Lebedev, Head of the Department of Economic Security and Risk Management, Faculty of Economics and Business, PhD in Economics, Associate Professor;

Margarita Vedidjiani, Director at KPMG Forensic, Russia and CIS;

Ella Kalinina, Project Manager, Department of Education of the International Training and Methodology Centre for Financial Monitoring;

Yana Krukhmaleva, Project Manager, PJSC Gazprom, implementation of an oil and gas project and risk management system.