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Submitted by Newsroom on Fri, 03/13/2020 - 18:16
Moscow Exchange Forum


The Moscow Exchange Forum, now in its eleventh year, is the largest conference in Russia for the financial markets community and annually brings together more than 1,500 delegates. The conference focuses on the Russian economy, market regulation and capital markets development and brings together senior members of the Government, Central Bank officials, top executives of Russian banks and major companies as well as domestic and international institutional investors. 

Moscow Exchange has decided to convert the Moscow Exchange Forum scheduled for 1–2 April 2020 to a new online conference format. The decision has been taken in view of ongoing efforts being undertaken in Russia and worldwide to contain the spread of the COVID-19 virus.

The one-to-one meetings between Russian corporations and investors that form a traditional part of the Forum’s agenda will be held by video conference for international investors and in-person for Russian issuers and investors. The agenda of the online Forum will be announced in due course. This year's Exchange Forum is being organized in partnership with Moscow Credit Bank and Sova Capital.

Moscow Exchange Forum 2020

Moscow Exchange is the largest exchange group in Russia, operating the country's main trading platform for equities, bonds, derivative instruments, currencies, money market instruments and commodities.

The Exchange is a result of December 2011 merger of Russia's two main exchange groups – Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange (MICEX), the oldest domestic exchange and operator of the leading securities, foreign exchange and money market platform in Russia- and the Russian Trading System (RTS), at the time the operator of Russia's leading derivatives market. 

Earlier this month, Moscow Exchange announced its financial results in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) for the year ended 31 December 2019. The Derivatives, Bond and Equities Markets posted substantial increases in fee and commission (F&C) income. Solid performance across other markets and a steady increase of assets under custody helped MOEX achieve another year of record F&C income, sustaining double-digit growth.

IFRS net profit of Moscow Exchange for 2019 increased by 2.4% to RUB 20.2 billion. F&C income increased by 10.7% to RUB 26.2 billion. Net interest income went up 4.1% to RUB 16.7 billion. Operating expenses increased by 6.8% to RUB 15.435 billion. 

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