The head of the National Payment Card System (NSCP), the operator of the Mir card, will be the former deputy director of the information coordination department of the Ministry of Digital Development, Dmitry Dubinin. This is stated in a message from the Bank of Russia.

Dmitry Dubinin from the Ministry of Digital Development will become the head of the Mir card operator

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Dubinin’s candidacy was approved by the National Financial Council. The decision was made the day before, on May 29.

In December 2023 it became known that the previous head of the NSPK, Vladimir Komlev, would leave his post. Komlev has led the organization since its founding in 2014.

Dmitry Dubinin served as deputy head of the department for coordinating informatization of the Ministry of Digital Development (then the department was called the Ministry of Telecommunications and Mass Communications) from 2013 to 2018.

He then moved to the Bank of Russia, where until 2021 he was head of the department of analysis and development of financial technologies, as well as head of the department of financial technologies.

In 2021, Dubinin returned to the Ministry of Digital Development and served as head of the department for the development of digital identification technologies.

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Natalia Gormaleva

Source: RB

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