Director, Risk Consulting, Forensic
KPMG in Russia and the CIS
Farrukh joined KPMG in 2005 and has more than 13 years of work experience in banking industry. In this role Farrukh manages FATCA and CRS implementation projects in Russia and CIS countries. Farrukh also leads AML and KYC assessments, fraud investigations and expert witness for FS Sector.
An article for Bankovskoye Obozrenie on compliance risks associated with integrating the requirements of the Common Reporting Standard into insurance companies' business processes.
Comments for RBC on a proposal to overturn a ban on anonymous replenishments of electronic purses sent to the CBR by the Fintech Association and QIWI.
Comments for RBC on the reasons behind a decline in the withdrawal of assets.
Comments for Kommersant Supplement on the introduction of a cross-sectoral approach to monitoring the business reputations of financial organisations' heads and owners.
Comments for RBC PRO on corporate management in Russian banks.
Comments for RBC on making trans-border cash transfers without having to open a bank account.
Article for Х-Compliance on automating the procedure for complying with CRS requirements.
Article for Xco.news about differences between CRS and FATCA.
Article for Xco.news about CBR offers for the application of a mechanism of motivated estimations in supervisory practice.
Comments for RBC about a risk-orientated approach.
Comments for RBC about bank blacklists.
Interview for National Banking Journal about CRS.
Bachelor Degree (diploma with honors) in Tax and Taxation, Tashkent State University of Economics
ACCA (Association of Chartered Certified Accountants) candidate
Member of an Expert Group on AML/CFT, internal control, and regulatory (compliance) risk within the Federation Council Committee on budget and financial markets