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According to new regulations being considered by the Ministry of Justice, company registration will soon require the notarized consent of the founding members and the owner of the property where company is to be located.
The Federal Tax Service is trying to keep up with the times: the agency's website now contains new interactive tools that allow individuals to check the trustworthiness of business partners. However, it seems that not all of the advertised services are currently functioning.
The Federal Financial Markets Service (FFMS) wants to obtain access to recordings of professional brokers’ phone conversations. By doing this, authorities plan to reveal financial violations and to track insider trading. Most agree that monitoring will help solve disagreements between brokers and their clients, though it will likely not be an effective measure for preventing leakage of company information.
The Ministry of Economic Development and Trade (MEDT) prepared a draft bill allowing merging for companies with different organizational structures which could greatly simplify things for expanding companies. However, matters may be complicated anew by another regulation within the same draft bill which would require companies to obtain government approval before merging in certain cases.