June 26, 16:00-19:00 (GMT+3)

Conversation with Andrey Tsyganov (FAS)

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The Russian Government’s Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS) has recently announced new regulations, just ahead of the global Covid-19 pandemic. The pandemic obviously changes the landscape in some significant ways. FAS Deputy Minister Andrey Tsyganov will be the keynote speaker at this webinar organized by the Russian Business Ethics Network and The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania Zicklin Center for Business Ethics Research. This seminar will address the new FAS regulations as well as pandemic-related exceptions. Section One of the webinar will address implications for multinationals operating in Russia. Section Two will address implications for Russian companies, especially with respect to public procurement.

Moderators:

  • Philip M. Nichols (The Wharton School of The University of Pennsylvania)
  • Maxim A. Storchevoy (Higher School of Economics and Russian Business Ethics Network)

Simultaneous translation will be provided

Program

16:00-19:00 (GMT+3)

Remarks by FAS Deputy Minister Andrey Tsyganov

Section 1 - Moderated by Philip Nichols

Section 2 - Moderated by Maxim Storchevoy

Topics for discussion

  • The Pandemics Challenges: Price Gouging, Simplified Procurement, Cartels, International Commitments
  • New Antitrust Compliance in Russia: Problems and Expectations
  • Competition Issues:
    • Electronic Trading Platform as a barrier to competition
    • Self-regulatory Organizations as Cartels
    • Protection of Trademarks and Honest Importers
    • Dominant position vs Sanctions
    • Self-regulation and self-restraint in advertising

Participants

Andrei Tsyganov

Andrey Tsyganov

  • Deputy Director of Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS)
  • Chairman of the FAS Commission for the Analysis of Commodity Markets and the FAS Russia Methodological Council
  • Co-author and editor of textbooks on competition law and antitrust regulation
Philip Nichols

Philip M. Nichols

  • Department of Legal Studies and Business Ethics, The Wharton School of The University of Pennsylvania
  • Joseph Kolodny Professor of Social Responsibility in Business
  • Affiliated Faculty Russian and East European Studies, University of Pennsylvania
Василиса Стриж

Vasilisa Strizh

  • Partner, Russian practice of Morgan Lewis
  • Recognized, Corporate Law and Mergers and Acquisitions Law, Moscow, The Best Lawyers in Russia (2020)
Philip Korotin

Philip Korotin

  • Associate, Russian practice of Morgan Lewis
  • Practice on transactional antitrust matters
Игорь Беликов

Igor Belikov

  • Director of Russian Institute of Directors
  • Member of the Expert Council on Corporate Governance of the Bank of Russia Financial Markets Service
  • Author of many publications on corporate governance
Gemma Aiolfi

Gemma Aiolfi

  • Basel Institute on Governance, Head of Compliance, Corporate Governance and Collective Action
  • The leader of the Institute's private sector work to promote the adoption of Collective Action, including among competitors, as a norm in international anti-corruption standards
Антон Суббот

Anton Subbot

  • Partner, Moscow office Baker & McKenzie CIS, Limited
  • Director of the Antitrust & Competition Practice Group
Konstantin Panurovsky

Konstantin Panurovsky

  • Director in Legal Issues, AstraZeneca
Ivan Antipov

Ivan Antipov

  • Director in Legal Issues, Unilever Russia, Ukraine and Belarus
Андрей Германчук

Andrey Germanchuk

  • Managing Partner of V&G Procurement
  • Expert in ethics and compliance in procurement
Максим Сторчевой

Maxim Storchevoy

Registration

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