Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS Russia)

Federal Antimonopoly Service (FAS Russia)

Russian Federation

Sectors Regulated:

Electricity, Natural Gas, LPG, District Heating, Water, Wastewater, Oil, Transportation, Telecommunication, Post, Railway, Services of Cargo Terminals & Ports & Airports
  • 11 Sadovaya-Kudrinskaya Str.
    125993 Moscow, D-242, GSP-3, Russian Federation
  • +7 499 755 2323
  • international-at-fas.gov.ru
  • fas.gov.ru

Regulatory Authority General Information

  • Joined ERRA in 2000 (Founding Member)
  • Legal successor of Federal Tariff Service (FTS of Russia).
  • Established in 2004


  • Legal basis/ mandate
  • Determined by the Federal Law of 17 August 1995 №147-FZ “On natural monopolies” and the Federal Law of 26 July 2006 №135-FZ “On protection of competition”; the Resolution of the Russian Government dated 30 June 2004 №331 “On approval of the Federal Antimonopoly Service”. Other authorities are determined by industrial laws and the Statute about the FAS Russia.
  • Responsibilities
  • FAS Russia performs functions for the adoption of regulatory legal acts, control and supervision over compliance with legislation in the field of competition in product markets, to protect competition in the financial services market, the activity of natural monopolies and the advertising.

Organisational Structure

  • Internal Structure
  • The Head and his deputies are appointed by the Government of the Russian Federation on a permanent basis (indefinite terms of office). The FAS Russia consists of a central unit (30 divisions) and 85 regional offices.
  • Working Employees
  • • Decision-Making Level: 12 members from the collegial body of the FAS Russia, which is composed of: The Head of FAS (Chairman), 4 Deputy Heads of FAS Russia and also representatives of other relevant federal executive bodies.
  • • Number of staff at the Central Office: 1040
  • • Number of staff in Regional Offices: 2248
  • Budget
  • The expenses for the maintenance of the central offices of the Federal Antimonopoly Service and its regional offices are carried out by funds provided by the federal budget.

Annual Report

Information will be available at a later stage.