Bank of Russia Sets Three Year Path for Financial Markets

Posted on April 8, 2016 by Dave Nitchman

The Central Bank of the Russian Federation has published its roadmap of strategies for developing more robust financial markets in that country. The document covers everything from improving the financial literacy of the general public, to improving access to capital, promoting transparency and participation in efforts to stabilise global markets.

As we’ve reported earlier, XBRL will be the single format for electronic reporting to the CBRF, and the 2016-2018 plan outlines some specific areas were XBRL will be implemented, including efforts to reduce costs in the bond market (p. 50), collecting data from non-credit financial institutions (p.54), and facilitating the move to IFRS (p. 58).

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