Russia’s leading financiers and experts will discuss the situation and prospects for development of the Crimea's financial infrastructure at the panel meeting on Banking Sector: Crimea’s Economic Growth Driver as part of the 3rd Yalta International Economic Forum to be held on 20 through 22 April. The Russian National Commercial Bank, the systemically important bank of the Crimea, will be the organiser of the panel meeting.
Mikhail Yakunin, Chairman of the Board of Directors of RNCB, will be the discussion moderator.
“The Yalta International Economic Forum proves to be an efficient tool for synchronising the efforts of the government and the business sector to resolve the problems the state is facing during implementation of the Federal Target Programme in the Crimea and Sevastopol, as well as the long-term strategies for social and economic development in the region”, said Mikhail Yakunin. “As a 100 % state-owned bank, the RNCB is ready to implement projects targeted at improving the economic climate in the region and its residents’ well-being.”
The panel meeting is expected to table some hot issues relating to the role of credit institutions in socioeconomic development of Crimea, inter alia, to mortgage lending, SME support, employment of state support instruments in implementing investment projects, and cooperation between the government and the banking community.
Anatoly Aksakov, the President of the Association of Regional Banks of Russia, Chairman of the State Duma Financial Market Committee, Aleksey Simanovsky, the adviser to the Chairman of the Central Bank of Russia, Vitaly Nakhlupin, Vice Prime Minister of the Republic of Crimea, Irina Kiviko, the Finance Minister of the Republic of Crimea, Andrey Melnikov, the Minister for Economic Development of the Republic of Crimea, CEOs from several Russian banks and Crimean businessmen will be among the participants.
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