ANATOLY GOLOMOLZIN LEFT THE POSITION OF DEPUTY HEAD OF THE FAS RUSSIA
Anatoly Golomolzin was released from the position of Deputy Head of the FAS Russia under the order of the Government of the Russian Federation No. 1916-p dated 24.07.2020 upon request for the reason of transmission to a new job.
Anatoly Golomolzin has worked in the system of Antimonopoly authorities since 1995. Over the years at the Federal Antimonopoly Service, he supervised the markets of fuel, electricity, transport, communications and information technology.
“The FAS Russia is a great place to work for realizing potential for development of the country's economy, as well as to promote international cooperation,” said Anatoly Golomolzin.
The new workplace will be announced later.
Under the leadership of Anatoly Golomolzin and with his direct participation, major and precedent-setting cases on violations of antimonopoly legislation were reviewed, reforms of natural monopolies were carried out, and new methods of tariff regulation were introduced. In the framework of the Exchange Committee set up by the Bank of Russia, the FAS Russia and the FTS Russia and headed by Anatoly Golomolzin, the establishment of exchange trading in petroleum products, gas, chemicals and petrochemicals, grain, sugar, forest products, coal and other commodities, and derivatives on the commodity underlying assets took place.
Many international projects were implemented with the direct participation of Anatoly Golomolzin. Since 2006, he has led the Headquarters for Joint Investigations of the Violations of the Antimonopoly Legislation in the CIS markets under the Interstate Council on Antimonopoly Policy. He co-chaired a number of international working groups on antimonopoly policy, including in such areas as oil and petroleum products, information and communication technologies. He headed the international working group under the high-level Group created by the decision of the Presidents of the states on the development of agreements on competition, natural monopolies, public procurement, industrial and agricultural subsidies, and dispute resolution, which were the basis of the Treaty on the EEU.