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Institute of mandatory control in a credit organization. Possible prospects for modernization

Stanislav Timofeev ()

RSUH/RGGU BULLETIN. Series Economics. Management. Law

Abstract: The article is devoted to some real estate transactions carried out by individuals through a credit institution and falling under the requirements of the Russian legislation on combating money laundering and terrorism financing. At the same time, the transaction itself is subject to mandatory control, which is essentially a non-core activity for a loan organization. The article suggests specific measures to increase the effectiveness of Russian credit institutions by modernizing the domestic anti-legalization legislation with regard to mandatory control.

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