Interfax is the biggest information group in the former Soviet Union and the recognized leader in the B2B segment of Russia’s information market.
Interfax dates back to 1989, when the country's first independent news agency was founded.
Interfax is the most frequently cited source for up-to-the-minute information about Russia and other former Soviet republics in the world media and the most popular newswire service on the Russian financial market.
Interfax develops professional information systems that help companies operate in the financial and commodity markets, enabling them to make investment decisions, manage risk, organize external communications and fulfill regulatory requirements.
When developing its B2B services, Interfax relies on the unrivalled expertise is has acquired in almost 30 years of working with information, on customer knowledge and quality content.
Interfax is authorized by the Bank of Russia to disclose information provided by issuers on the stock market. According to statistics, more than 70% of Russian issuers submit disclosure notifications to Interfax, which has been an accredited agency since 2003. The Interfax Center for Corporate Information Disclosure (www.e-disclosure.ru) is a «single window» through which notifications by issuers are published on the agency’s news wires and are filed with the exchange and National Settlement Depository’s Corporate Information Center. This ensures compliance with absolutely all Russian legislative requirements.