The program of the second day of the Moscow Financial Forum on September 7 will include 11 business sessions, a round table on promoting financial literacy and a conference on initiative budgeting.

PROGRAM OF THE SECOND DAY OF THE MOSCOW FINANCIAL FORUM ANNOUNCED
The second day of the Forum will open with a plenary session during which there will be a conversation between participants and Anton Siluanov, First Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation – Minister of Finance of the Russian Federation, and Mayor of Moscow Sergey Sobyanin.

The second day of discussions will focus on proposals put forward on the first day of the Forum, as well as on the implementation of the Russian expansional development strategy, financial oversight and audit, sovereign debt management and development of the national capital market, international taxation under external restrictions and global data exchange, and other issues.

Another key topic of the second day will be the completion of the tax maneuver to create a stable and transparent environment facilitating operational performance improvement in the oil and gas industry.

Participants of the session titled “Insurance ethic enhancement and honest insurance: ensuring the credibility of beneficiary, improving access and quality of insurance” will determine actions required from insurance companies and their unions to strengthen the clients’ confidence in insurance and discuss the role of growing financial literacy in insurance culture development.

The business program of the second day will also focus on the transformation of government management, including the discussion of practice, agenda and outlook for the implementation of project approach in public management and the role of young professionals in the renovation of government institutes.

The conference on “Civil inclusion as a development asset: best Russian and worldwide practices of initiative budgeting” will be dedicated to the unique Russian practice that has developed in several Russian regions in the last decade, namely, the emergence of “people’s budgets”. The conference will be attended by government representatives and Russian and international financial experts.

Financial literacy promotion strategy will be discussed in a round table format. Experts will examine the approach to the transition from the Financial Literacy Promotion Project initiated by the Ministry of Finance to strategy implementation and ways to organize interdepartmental cooperation and coordination with the business community during the transition period

Details of panel sessions to be held during the two days of the Forum, on September 6 and 7, will soon be available on the website.
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