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A great contribution to preparation and conducting of the conference was made by professor S.A. Markuntsov (School of Court Proceedings and Criminal Law) and associate professor S.V. Taut (School of International Law).
The conference was attended by professors and students of the program, as well as colleagues from the Siberian Federal University (Krasnoyarsk), Dorzhi Banzarov Buryat State University (Ulan-Ude), and the Moscow City University of Management named after Yuri Luzhkov.
Conference participants discussed the development of anti-corruption and antitrust compliance, the role of modern information technologies and the regulation of the use and processing of personal data. A separate section was devoted to compliance in the banking and financial sector and anti-money laundering and counter-terrorist financing. Much attention in the presentations was given to protection of state interests and implementation of effective compliance systems in state corporations and companies with Russian Federation participation. A number of presentations provided comparative legal analysis of anti-corruption legislation and law enforcement practice in Russia, Germany, China, Singapore and France.
The conference turned out to be very lively and interesting, with a lot of discussions. The work ended late in the evening in Moscow, and our colleagues from Siberia were past nighttime. It was agreed to discuss a number of issues in the future in separate roundtables and other scholarly events.