|09:00 – 09:30||Registration, coffee-break|
|09:30-09:45|| Opening speeches
Opening speeches of representatives of the Eurasian Economic Commission, the Bank of Russia and the China Securities Regulatory Commission.
|10:00-11:30|| Session 1. State policies in the field of investors’ rights protection in the Eurasian Economic Union Member-States and the People’s Republic of China
Financial Markets in the Eurasian Economic Union Member-States.
The Bank of Russia activities in the field of protection of financial consumers’ rights.
State policy in the field of investors’ rights protection in the Republic of Armenia.
State policy in the field of investors’ rights protection in the Republic of Belarus.
State policy in the field of investors’ rights protection in the Republic of Kazakhstan.
State policy in the field of investors’ rights protection in the Kyrgyz Republic.
Harmonization of financial policies in the Eurasian Economic Union Member-States.
|11:30 – 13:00|| Session 2. National systems of investor protection in the Eurasian Economic Union Member-States and the People’s Republic of China
Issues for discussion:
Best practices of investors’ protection schemes implementation: problems and achievements. Experience of USA, Canada, European Union, the United Kingdom and China.
Specificities in the legal systems of the Eurasian Economic Union Member-States and the People’s Republic of China in the field of investor protection.
Perspectives of the development of legal financial consumers’ assistance and harmonization of the Eurasian Economic Union Member-States legislation in this sphere.
National frames of investors’ protection schemes. Is it possible to protect only residents for compensation schemes without government funding?
Government and self-regulating organizations roles in creating and implementation of investors’ protection schemes.
Investors’ protection mechanisms. Current compensation schemes for deposits and investments: the Eurasian Economic Union Member-States and the People’s Republic of China experience.
Development potential of the Financial Market after the compensation schemes implementation.
Risks, covered by the investors’ protection schemes.
Subsidiary responsibility of financial practices, funding the compensation fund: willingness of financial market participants to accept unlimited financial commitments.
Insurance on the Financial Market: would non-marketable risk be covered.
Draft Law On insurance of investments accounts.
Stress test for investors’ protection schemes: perspectives of compensations in case of system risk.
Creation of the national investors’ protection scheme in credit union sphere.
|14:00-16:00|| Session 3. Prevention and suppression of “financial pyramids” and other fraudulent financial practices in the Eurasian Economic Union Member-States and the People’s Republic of China.
Issues for discussion:
Best practices of legislation for suppression of “financial pyramids” and other fraudulent financial practices.
Modern fraudulent financial practices. Common forms of financial fraud.
Cross-border fraudulent financial practices: how to prevent them.
National barriers, preventing prompt cooperation in the field of suppression fraudulent financial practices, and experience of dealing with them.
Experience in implementing the Republic of Kazakhstan Law for suppression of financial (investment) pyramids.
Russian “financial pyramids”: quarter century history.
Enhancing the effectiveness of Russian legislation for suppression of “financial pyramids”
Potential for resilience non-licensed fraudulent financial practices on-line.
Legal Financial Market loss due to fraudulent financial practices activities.
Financial fraudsters’ technics of impact on their target audience.
Financial fraud victims’ psych profile.
Heightened of consumers’ financial vigilance as a suppression of financial fraud.
|16:30-18:00|| Session 4. Concerns and new challenges of investors’ rights protection amid development of the financial market and expansion of information technologies (big data, bit coin, block chain).
Issues for discussion:
Digital revolution on Financial Market: vision of a future in 5-10 years.
Financial services digitalization: additional service for experienced young audience or opportunity for wide financial inclusion.
Consumers’ lack of awareness in modern financial technologies as a risk factor.
Seizing the financial technologies by fraudulent financial practices.
International cooperation as an instrument of a fraudulent financial practices suppression.
Practices of remote identification of customers. Possibilities of the International Standards implementation.
Usability of block chain technology as an instrument to set up national registers of financial consumers.
Big data as an instrument for manipulation of financial consumers: myth or reality?
How to avoid “crypto mania”? Risks of the financial consumers’ large-scale inclusion in crypto-investments, mining and ICO.
Crypto currencies as a means of payment: opportunities and risks.
Perspectives of crypto currency market’ legal regulation.
Пируз Саргсян, Примиритель финансовой системы Республики Армения примет участие в II Международной конференции по защите прав потребителей финансовых услуг
Кубатбек Табылдиевич Оторбаев, Омбудсмен Кыргызской Республики примет участие в II Международной конференции по защите прав потребителей финансовых услуг