On 30 June 2022, the 10th St Petersburg International Legal Forum will host a session on How to Lower Regulation Burden: Calculate the Execution Costs or Structure Them?
The session will be focusing on modernising existing mandatory requirements in order to create a more business-friendly environment.
Participants in the discussion will examine the most problematic requirements from the perspective of entrepreneurs, discuss what would be an acceptable number of mandatory requirements, and consider options for improving the regulatory framework.
«There is an urgent need at present to begin revisiting mandatory requirements on the basis of an assessment of the cost of compliance. This issue is particularly relevant in the context of the objective of providing businesses with as much freedom as possible in order to overcome this period of economic instability and meet the challenges of import substitution,» Deputy Minister of Justice of Russian Federation Alisa Bezrodnaya said.
The event will be attended by Alisa Bezrodnaya, Deputy Minister of Justice of the Russian Federation; Alexey Khersontsev, State Secretary Deputy Minister of Economic Development of the Russian Federation; Evgeny Danchikov, Minister of the Government of Moscow and Head of the Main Control Department of the City of Moscow; Andrei Kashanin, Deputy Director of the Institute of State and Municipal Management at the Higher School of Economics, and Alexey Bobrovsky, Economics Correspondent.
For a more detailed business programme, please visit the official Forum website at: legalforum.info.