The Bank of Russia has complicated the process of buying currency in connection with the dominance of the foreign exchange market the shadow schemes and corruption.
This became known from messages of the Russian mass media, writes Рoliteka.
The message announced that the Bank of Russia required credit institutions to tighten control over the circulation of currency, alluding to the frequent purchases of dollars for opaque exchangers.
Now to exchange Russian ruble, the Russians require a certificate of employment or tax return on form 2-NDFL. Experts of the Central Bank are confident that with such events will be able to cope with the shadow market and corruption.
Financial experts suggest that innovation will be a serious blow to citizens who receive a salary “in envelopes” or are in an employment relationship without a contract. In these cases, to buy foreign currency in the Bank will become a big problem.
Recall that the ANC of Russia has demanded from credit institutions to tighten control over the circulation of currency, alluding to the frequent purchases of dollars for opaque exchangers.
This information reports “Life.ru”.
Now to exchange Russian rubles, it is necessary to present a certificate of employment or tax return on form 2-NDFL.
According to experts of the Central Bank, this measure will help to cope with the shadow market and corruption.
The regulator has sent a letter to major players in the market, which says that at the moment, check the origin of client’s funds is a mere formality.
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