Russia’s Markets Regulator Seeks More Penalty Options, RIA Says

Feb. 15 (Bloomberg) -- Russia’s Federal Financial Markets Service is seeking government permission this week to expand the list of violations for which it can impose fines, RIA Novosti reported, citing Dmitry Pankin, the regulator’s chief.

The watchdog wants to establish penalties in particular for failing to honor contract terms and comply with regulatory requirements, Pankin told reporters in Moscow today, the news service said.

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