Accreditation rules
Rules of Media Accreditation to FINOPOLIS 2023

1. General provisions

1.1. Accreditation of media (hereinafter referred to as the “Media”) to the Forum of Innovative Financial Technologies (hereinafter referred to as “FINOPOLIS”) is intended to ensure the necessary conditions for professional activities to prepare and disseminate full and accurate information about the FINOPOLIS events.

1.2. Media accreditation is mandatory for all FINOPOLIS events.

1.3. In their professional activities, media must respect the rights and legitimate interests of FINOPOLIS participants and staff and comply with generally recognized ethical standards.

1.4. The number of journalists that can attend FINOPOLIS is limited due to the desire of the organizers to provide the media with the most comfortable working hours and quick access to all necessary resources in the context of considerable media interest in the event and taking into account the limited infrastructural capacity of the event venue.

1.5. FINOPOLIS Organizing Committee may increase the quota at the media’s official request if a rationale for such a need is provided.

2. Media Accreditation

2.1. Accreditation procedure

Both Russian and foreign journalists can register for participation in FINOPOLIS:

— media that have their office(s) in the Russian Federation, must be accredited with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation;

— media without accreditation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, must apply for temporary accreditation with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation in addition to the application on the official website.

2.2. Procedure for submission and review of an application for accreditation

2.3. Procedure for issuing accreditation badges to journalists

— with confirmed accreditation in the FINOPOLIS database;
— upon presentation of a passport (passport number must match the number indicated in the registration form), as well as:

— an editorial ID card for journalists working for Russian media;
— an accreditation card issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation for journalists working for foreign media.

2.4. Rules of access to FINOPOLIS events

3. Denial of accreditation

FINOPOLIS Organizing Committee has the right to deny accreditation:

4. Rights and duties of journalists accredited to FINOPOLIS
4.1. A journalist accredited to FINOPOLIS has the right to:

4.2. A journalist accredited to FINOPOLIS must:

Contact information

Participation and partnership queries:
Location of the event:

Russian Federation, Krasnodar region, Sirius Federal Territory, Olympic Ave., 1.