Wednesday, 15 May
15:00 - 16:30
Hall #1, General Staff Building (6-8, Dvortsovaya sq.)
At a new stage of its development, VEB.RF is becoming a key tool of implementation of national projects for the fulfillment of the President’s Executive Order signed in May.
Pursuant to the new law, VEB.RF coordinated the development institution’s activities aimed at long-term social and economic development of the Russian Federation, first of all, due to the support to industries with high added value and projects related to high-end technologies, exports and infrastructural development providing for the economic growth. The projects within major lines covered by the May Executive Order will get through to 2024 the financing amounting to 3 trillion rubles. VEB.RF engages in the abovementioned activities in cooperation with commercial banks and investors.
One of the principles of the activities in a non-competition with commercial banks, transparency, break-even project financing.
VEB.RF is included into all the government bodies regulating all the areas mentioned in the Executive Order.
VEB.RF as a pivotal development institution has been involved into all national projects providing for human life quality improvement. VEB.RF’s attention is focused on support to strategic projects related to industries with high added value, support to non-resource exports and urban economy.
At the session, the participants will speak on application the modern efficient legal tools necessary for the May Executive Order implementation
Deputy Chairman of VEB.RF – Member of the Board
Senior managing director, State Development Corporation VEB.RF
Deputy managing director, DOM.RF
State Secretary - Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade of the Russian Federation
Head of legal Department, VEB-leasing
Senior managing director of Legal Unit, VEB.RF
Deputy Chairman, VEB.RF
Senior Vice-President – Head of Legal Unit, VEB.RF
First Vice President - Head of Department, Gazprombank JSC
* The Programme may be subject to change
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