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HomeSéparateurFocusSéparateurEuropeSéparateurRussiaSéparateurIX International Theoretical & Practical Conference on Enforcement Bodies in Sochi 10th - 13th October 2018
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IX International Theoretical & Practical Conference on Enforcement Bodies in Sochi 10th - 13th October 2018

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Sochi was the venue of the IX International Theoretical & Practical Conference of Enforcement Bodies, hosted by the Federal Bailiffs Service of the Russian Federation. With over 66 delegations, travelling from 40 countries, this was a truly International event which UIHJ was very proud to support.

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In his opening address, Marc Schmitz, UIHJ President observed that “after our own Congress and Permanent Council meetings, the annual International Scientific Conference hosted by the Federal Bailiffs Service of the Russian Federation (FBS), has become the largest and most internationally diverse conference in the world”.

The theme of the conference was “State and Private Enforcement Systems:  Comparative Analysis and the Best Practices”, which theme effectively analysed the respective pros and cons of the private, government or court controlled, civil enforcement models.

The programme, spread over three days of meetings, presented a diverse range of expert speakers, representing both private civil enforcement officers and also state enforcement organisations and other relevant stakeholders.
In his welcome speech, Dmitry Aristov, Chief Judicial Officer of the Russian Federation, Director of the FBS, provided a fascinating insight into the Russian civil enforcement system, noting that they have been operating a civil service model which was founded 153 years ago.

With a very diverse programme of speakers, the participants benefitted from presentations from over 30 delegates, from all over the world, including experts from Israel, China, Cuba and Uzbekistan. It was very quickly apparent that the Russian hosts, have been able to establish a remarkable international network, including many countries where UIHJ has yet to gain a foothold.  As such, this was a wonderful opportunity to reach out to numerous, potential new member organisations.

Along with a very fascinating business programme, the guests were well treated in terms of cultural experience, with a trip to the nearby Caucasus Mountains, to visit one of the purpose-built ski resorts, used to host the 2014 Winter Olympics. Another major highlight was a fabulous concert, featuring numerous young rising stars, who had participated in a national talent competition, organised by the FBS. This was an amazing demonstration of Mother Russia’s diverse culture, in respect of both music and dance.

Ultimately, the consensus of the scientific work, was such that there is no clear winner, between private or state-controlled civil enforcement. It was clearly demonstrated and acknowledged that both systems have their relevant, distinctive good and less favourable features.

It was also acknowledged and accepted that national traditions and legal culture of all states should be respected, which to a large extent, defines how citizens are treated and protected, be they a creditor or a debtor.

All in all, this was a remarkably successful international event. To paraphrase President Marc Schmitz’s closing remarks, he likened the conference programme to a game of football, with two very exciting halves and concluded that Director Aristov and his team, were clearly world champions in terms of organising and delivering such a relevant, diverse and successful International conference.
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From L. to R.: Dmitriy Aristov, Chief Judicial Officer of the Russian Federation, Director of the Federal Service of Judicial Officers of the Russian Federation, Vladimir Gureev, Director of the Enforcement Department of the Russian Law Academy of the Russian Federation
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Marc Schmitz, President of the UIH
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Luis Ignacio Ortega Alcubierre (Spain), vice-President of the UIHJ
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Sue Collins (USA), Vice-Secretary of the board of the UIHJ
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Ruenvadee Suwanmongkol, Director General of the Legal Execution Department (LED) of the Ministry of Justice of the Kingdom of Thailand, Member of the Board of the UIHJ
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Meeting between the FBS and the UIHJ
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