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International Legal Measures of Protection of Critical Infrastructure Facilities in Banking Sphere


Batiuk Oleg, Novikov Oleg, Komisarov Oleksandr, Benkovska Natalia, Anishchuk Nina


Vol. 22  No. 10  pp. 145-154


Based on the obtained results of the study, the most problematic issues and legal conflicts are identified, which are related to the ratio of norms of domestic and foreign legislation, taking into account the requirements of the Constitution of Ukraine and the provisions of the Law of Ukraine ""On international agreements"". Along with this, it is stated in this scientific article that there are a number of provisions and examples of positive practice on the specified topic abroad and in international legal acts today, which should be used by Ukraine both in improving legislation on the issues of banking activity and in increasing the level of criminal legal protection of relevant critical infrastructure facilities, especially those that are substantively related to prevention and counteraction of activity, with regard to the legalization (laundering) of criminally obtained funds, financing of terrorism and the financing of the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction, which is quite relevant for our state, given the military conflict that is taking place on its territory in the Donbass. Again, in the same context, the need for more active cooperation between Ukraine and the FATF (international body developing a policy to combat money laundering) has been proven.


critical infrastructure, banking institution, criminal offense, international and legal act, criminal legislation, prevention