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Banking operations want to start to control from one million rubles

Banking operations want to start to control from one million rubles
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The National Financial Market Council (NSFM) proposes to raise the threshold for monitoring financial transactions. Now compulsory control is in effect for amounts from 600 thousand rubles, but at the suggestion of the council it must be increased to one million rubles.

As they write "News”, The current threshold was set back in 2002. Such measures are designed to combat money laundering.

Because of this, a significant number of transactions that do not correspond to the level of public danger fall under special attention. There is a threshold for real estate transactions, but the NSFM proposes to increase it too - up to 10 million rubles.

For other operations, it is proposed to introduce a new threshold until 2023, and after that it will be further increased to 1,5 million rubles. NSFR has sent proposals to Rosfinmonitoring and the State Duma.

In addition, banks want to return the threshold for cross-border transfers in favor of NPOs. Now there is no such limit, and financial organizations from October 1 must report on all transactions to non-profit organizations.

 

 

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