About the Forum


The Moscow financial forum is a unique platform for professional discussion of Russian financial and economic policy. The mission of the Forum is to develop solutions that enhance the competitiveness of the Russian economy.

This year the Forum will bring together representatives of federal and regional authorities, business, professional and scientific community, public organizations and associations, as well as international experts in economics and finance. The decisions taken at the Forum will serve as basis for determining the key areas of financial and economic policy of the Russian Federation in medium term.

Organizers


Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation

Moscow City Government

Welcome message

Anton Siluanov

Chairman of the Organizing Committee of the Moscow Financial Forum,

First Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Russian Federation,

Minister of Finance of the Russian Federation

Sergey Sobyanin

Mayor of Moscow

Dear friends, dear colleagues,

This year we will meet for the third time at the Moscow Financial Forum to discuss matters related to Russia's financial and economic policy.

We have set ourselves an ambitious goal of achieving a breakthrough in the country's social and economic development. We will work together with representatives of the expert, academic and business community, as well as with public representatives to devise mechanisms for the achievement of strategic goals set in the executive order signed by the President in May to promote the development of Russia. The Moscow Financial Forum will provide a platform for the search for such solutions.

The Third Moscow Financial Forum will be held in the Manege Central Exhibition Hall on September 6 and 7, ahead of the Financial Expert's Day. This year's Forum is titled "Finances for Development: A New Platform for Stable and Balanced Relationships".

Participants of the Forum will discuss the government's fiscal policy, ways to improve the standard of living in the country, priorities of inter-budgetary relations, transformation of public administration in the digital economy, as well as matters related to the development of the government control system and public procurement.

We believe that the 3rd Moscow Financial Forum will represent a major breakthrough in terms of its scale and outcomes and that the ideas and proposals tabled for discussion will be put in practice in the course of social and economic reforms in the country.

We look forward to seeing you!

News

06 july 2018

NEW WEBSITE OF THE MOSCOW FINANCIAL FORUM IS LAUNCHED

Dear visitors,

Welcome to the updated website of the Moscow Financial Forum! Here you can find the latest information on the preparation for the Forum, its program and speakers.
We have made changes to the structure of the menu and redesigned the website. It has become more modern and adaptable, and its functionality has been expanded considerably. We will soon add an interactive map of the venue to facilitate navigation during the event.
RESULTS OF THE MOSCOW FINANCIAL FORUM 2017
09 september 2017

RESULTS OF THE MOSCOW FINANCIAL FORUM 2017

Announced theme of the Forum – Financial system of the 21st century competitive economy: challenges and solutions was developed in 2 plenary sessions and 14 theme discussions, that covered a number of key questions: from structural changes of global financial system and global risks to the reform of the OSAGO system and the creation of a labeling system for goods.
08 september 2017

GERMAN GREF: SBERBANK IS READY TO BE A BACKOFFICE FOR STATE SERVICES

Digitalization reveals resources and energy, according to participants of the second plenary session Digitalization of economy and the impact of this process on public finance: international experience and national features" at Moscow Financial Forum – 2017."
08 september 2017

ANTON SILUANOV: RUSSIAN ECONOMY IS RECOVERING

Financial system of the 21st century competitive economy: challenges and solutions plenary session engaged all the participants of the Moscow Financial Forum – 2017. Issues of negative demographic trends and slowdown of productive growth, freezing of the globalization processes and growing isolationism, inequality in welfare and income distribution among population, ill-preparedness of state and public systems for rapid technological breakthrough were raised during the discussion.