At Eurasian Week Experts to Unveil Plans of Development the Common Financial Market of EEU Countries
Round table on Development of the Common Financial Market of EEU: Advantages and Challenges for Member Countries results from the meeting of the Supreme Eurasian Economic Council in 2016. That time, presidents of the Union’s countries set a priority task of shaping of the common financial market by 2025, for which it is necessary to improve and harmonize financial infrastructure of the member countries.
The Eurasian Week will become the site for elaboration of the first provisions of the Concept of Development of the Common Financial Market of EEU by all the parties concerned. Special attention will be paid to discussion of the necessary changes in financial legislation to shape the common market.
In addition to the issues of regulation of the common financial market, participants of the round table will pay attention to the opportunities of the common exchange space, as well as establishment of an international financial center (IFC) in Kazakhstan within EXPO-2017. It is assumed that IFC will become a financial hub for the countries of Central Asia, republics of South Caucasus, EEU, Middle East, Western China, Mongolia, and Eastern European countries.
It is planned that the round table will be attended by a member of Board (Minister) for economics and financial politics of ECE Timur Zhaksylykov, doctor of Economics, professor, dean of the economic department of M. V. Lomonosov Moscow State University Alexandr Auzan, doctor of Economics, professor, head of the Stock markets and Financial Engineering chair of DFB RANEPA Konstantin Korishchenko, as well as representatives of the central and national banks of EEU countries.
Round table on Development of the Common Financial Market of EEU: Advantages and Challenges for Member Countries will take place on August 25, 2017, at 2.00 p.m. at EXPO-2017 Congress center.