Credit cooperation, which re-emerged in Russia during the turbulent period of the 1990s, was viewed as a tool that provided the countrys citizens with affordable and transparent financial services. Credit cooperatives (credit unions) were used for a good reason: throughout the world, they were viewed as a form of safe finance, or household money. To what degree does credit cooperation live up to this image in todays Russia?
This session will examine the steps needed to make consumer credit cooperatives trustworthy, popular,
and viable institutions which can also play an effective role in tackling social issues.
Russian industry representatives will share their vision of the future, and the main provisions of the Credit Cooperation Development strategy which the professional community plans to adopt in June 2019 will be announced. An international expert will also express his views on the issues to be discussed.
The drain of the «paradisiac dossier» caused a huge wave of outrage in society due to the revealed tax avoidance by corporations. The governments that lost money responded that they were solving the corresponding problem. What does this mean for corporations?