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Features of Qualification of the Crimes Committed in the Credit and Banking Sphere

Student: Ekaterina Tkachenko

Supervisor: Sergei Murzakov

Faculty: Faculty of Law

Educational Programme: Jurisprudence (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2020

The credit and banking sector is directly connected with financial activities and the movement of large amounts of money. The danger of offenses in the credit and banking sector is that they create a lot of related crimes and negatively affect the economy as a whole. In fact, there is an intertwining of offenses in the credit and banking sphere and crimes of a common criminal orientation. This study examines the features of crime classification in the credit and banking sector. The most common types of crimes in the credit and banking sector are analyzed, according to the qualification of the subject of the crime. The study identified problems of criminal law protection of credit-the banking sector and proposals for improving criminal law in connection with the identified problems.

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