18-11-2019 | 18:41

Deputy Head of FAS Legal Department described the methods of exposing and evaluating antimonopoly risks at the “Compliance as a Risk Management System” International Research-to-Practice Conference

Oksana Kuznetsova presented Russian and international experience in terms of handling antimonopoly risks.

As an example, she looked at the most well-known ICC antimonopoly compliance manual1, illustrating options for risk exposure and assessment. Deputy Head of FAS Legal Department pointed out that the approaches to identifying and exposing risks and evaluating the, are similar in Russian and international practices, the tasks and methods are very close.

“To enhance efficacy of competitor protection and development, efforts should be combined on antimonopoly control, pro-competitive government policy and promoting legal culture. To this end, all necessary regulatory framework has been created – the Government approved2  the Guidelines on establishing and organizing an in-house system for conformity to the antimonopoly law by federal executive bodies, which are recommended, in particular, for application by regional executive bodies and local self-government bodies”, said Oksana Kuznetsova.

Regarding implementation of antimonopoly compliance, the speaker described in detail the content of all stages of this process, including risks identification, assessment and adopting measures to prevent risks and organizing ongoing control.

“The interest of top officials of the authorities in efficient systems for preventing the risks of antimonopoly violations is one of the essential principles of antimonopoly compliance”, commented Deputy Head of FAS Legal Department.

Oksana Kuznetsova listed the sources of information recommended to use in analysis of possible antimonopoly violations and explained the approaches to “Risk Maps” and Road Map for reducing the antimonopoly risks.

The technique3 for estimating the key indicators of efficient antimonopoly compliance takes into account the coefficient of reducing antimonopoly violations by an executive body, the share of regulatory acts and drafts, where antimonopoly risks are identified, and the share of personnel participated in trainings on antimonopoly law and antimonopoly compliance.

“Effective antimonopoly compliance system enables the staff of government bodies and agencies to act productively and confidently and make decisions without breaching the law. The antimonopoly compliance system should be aimed at constantly observing the antimonopoly law”, concluded Oksana Kuznetsova.



1 Practical measures for observing the antimonopoly law for small and medium companies. ICC Competition Commission, 2014 // www.iccbooks.ru

2 № 2258-r Decree of the Government of the Russian Federation On approving the Guidelines for establishing and organizing an in-house system for conformity to the antimonopoly law by federal executive bodies” of 18 October 2018.

3 № 133/19 Order of the Federal Antimonopoly Service of 05.02.2019 approved the techniques for estimating the key efficiency indicators on antimonopoly compliance.

Site Map

News & Events Press Releases Media Releases Image Library About the FAS Russia What We Do General Information Mission, Goals, Values Priority Setting Institutional Memory Stakeholders Engagement Center for Education and Methodics Our History Our Structure Powers of Head and Deputy Heads Our Ratings GCR Using our website International Cooperation Treaties & Agreements International Working Groups Working Group on Research of Competition Issues in the Market of International Telecommunications (Roaming) Meetings Working Group for Studying Competition Problems in the Pharmaceutical Sector Concept Note Meetings OECD Competition Committee OECD meetings 2013 OECD meetings 2014 OECD meetings 2015 OECD meetings 2016 OECD meetings 2017 OECD meetings 2018 FAS Annual Reports OECD-GVH RCC RCC Newsletter ICAP Council on Advertising Headquarters for Joint Investigations UNCTAD 13th session IGE UNCTAD Resolution Russian contributions 14th session IGE UNCTAD Resolution Russian contributions 15th session IGE UNCTAD 16th session IGE UNCTAD 17th session IGE UNCTAD EEU Model Law on Competition ICN BRICS BRICS Conferences Documents BRICS Coordination Committee on antimonopoly policy BRICS Working Groups for the research of competition issues in socially important markets Cooperation within the BRICS BRICS Coordination Committee on antimonopoly policy EU APEC Competition Policy and Law Group Annual meetings Projects ERRA Full Members Organizational Structure Archive Working Group on Investigating Issues on Pricing in the Oil and Oil Product Markets and Methods of their Functioning Meetings Document Library Legislation Reports & Analytics Cases & decisions Contacts Give feedback Contact us Links Authorities Worldwide COVID-19