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The law on control over cash of Russians was signed by Putin

The law on control over cash of Russians was signed by Putin

Vladimir Putin signed a law defining a list of monetary transactions by which financial institutions must provide information to Rosfinmonitoring. Due to this, the authorities expect to better control the cash flows in the country.

According to the official Portal legal information, additions to the law "On combating the legalization of proceeds of crime and the financing of terrorism" was signed on July 13.

Now, credit organizations, including MFIs, leasing companies, investment platform operators, professional participants in the securities market, insurance companies, post offices, pawnshops and organizations for the purchase of scrap of precious metals, organizers of lotteries and gambling, operators must transmit data on large operations payment acceptance, telecom operators, credit and consumer cooperatives and non-state pension funds.

Some NGOs, HOAs, consumer cooperatives and state corporations may not provide data. It is also mono not to report banknote exchange transactions or money transfers to non-credit organizations on behalf of a client. You can not report the purchase of jewelry for 200 thousand rubles if the operation was carried out using a personalized electronic means of payment.

On a mandatory basis, Rosfinmonitoring must provide data on real estate transactions worth more than three million rubles (or the equivalent of this amount in foreign currency). Telecommunications operators will have to report more than 100 thousand rubles in transfers and refunds of the account balance.

Leasing operations amounting to more than 600 thousand rubles, postal orders from 100 thousand rubles (or the equivalent of this amount in foreign currency) will be controlled. If employees of organizations submitting data have suspicions about the legality of the transactions, they must inform the authorized bodies about this within three business days. The law will enter into force in 180 days.

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