Regulatory and Licensing Reform: Protecting the Rights of Entrepreneurs
2020 is over, and here are some of the results: the number of small and medium-sized enterprises has fallen by 250 thousand, the lockdowns are loosening their hold, the government has spent billions of roubles towards supporting businesses, while the number of federal laws and regulatory acts concerning entrepreneurial activities has not decreased. The regulatory and legal framework in all sectors and industries should be friendly, especially to small enterprises, and should take into account the specifics of small-scale entrepreneurial activity.
• Working with entrepreneur appeals, its effectiveness, measures to reduce the number of appellants
• Alternative dispute resolution by federal executive bodies
• Outcome of the regulatory guillotine. Evaluating participants. Establishing requirements to avoid the guillotine. Regulatory impact assessment.
• The Bank of Russia’s regulatory guillotine.
• Deregulating foreign exchange
• Can reducing the administrative burden on businesses be a significant factor in accelerating socioeconomic development? What are the main trends?
Marina Bludyan, First Vice President, All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses OPORA RUSSIA
Dmitry Petrovichev, Vice President, All-Russian Non-Governmental Organization of Small and Medium-Sized Businesses OPORA RUSSIA; Managing Director of the Bureau for the Protection of the Rights of Entrepreneurs and Investors
Vladislav Korochkin, Member of the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation
Alexander Litvak, Director, Department of Regulatory Policy and Regulatory Impact Assessment, Ministry of Economic Development of the Russian Federation
Olga Chepurina, Deputy Government Chief of Staff
Front row participants
Igor Bukharov, President, Federation of Restaurateurs and Hoteliers
Sergey Vanin, Executive Director, Imeda Association
Ekaterina Golub, Executive Director, Forum Analytical Centre (online)
Alexander Grot, President, Association of Private Multidisciplinary Clinics of Moscow and Central Federal District
Evgeny Danchikov, Minister of the Government of Moscow, Head of the Main Control Department of the City of Moscow
Aleksey Kozhevnikov, General Director, Konstruktor Puteshestvij LLC
Andrey Krichevsky, Chairman, Committee on Intellectual Property and Creative Industries, Russian Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs; President, IPChain
Yuriy Ryabichev, Chairman of the Board, Association of Russian Cleaning and Facility Operators
Elina Sidorenko, Leader of the Work Group for the Assessment of Risks Associated with Cryptocurrencies, State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation
Savva Shipov, Deputy General Director - Director for Digital Transformation, URALCHEM