Anatoly Kozlachkov is currently involved in creating the legislative framework for the digital economy and developing ethical standards for activities and standards to protect the rights and interests of recipients of services when credit institutions sell financial services to non-credit financial organizations that will apply to members of the Association of Russian Banks.
In 19901993 worked in the Office of the USSR Supreme Soviet and in the Office the RSFSR Parliament.
In 19942000 employed at the Bank of Russia, working his way up from Head of the Department for the Comparative Studies of Foreign Banking Law to the Deputy Director of the Legal Department.
2000 became a private practicing lawyer and took part in the establishment of Legal Centre: Law and Consulting LLC.
November 2017 Vice President of the Association of Russian Banks.
Kozlachkov has more than 20 years of experience developing various models and concepts of legal regulation for the Russian economy, including various types of regulatory acts, including codes, fundamental principles of legislation, laws, decrees of the President of the Russian Federation, resolutions of the Supreme Soviet of the USSR and the RSFSR, the State Duma and the Government of the Russian Federation, and regulatory acts of the Bank of Russia. He took part in the development of the current laws on the Bank of Russia, banks and banking activities, countering the legalization (laundering) of proceeds from crime, mortgage lending, the protection of competition on the financial services market, the insolvency (bankruptcy) of credit institutions, the deposit insurance system, the taxation of credit institutions, the national payment system, the development bank, and public-law companies.
Kozlachkov graduated from the Faculty of Law of Lomonosov Moscow State University in 1990 and completed graduate school at the philosophy department of the Faculties of the Humanities of Lomonosov Moscow State University in 1998. He is the author of scientific publications on banking, civil law, history and theory of law, philosophy, and theology.