15 years on the market of banking information! «InterCrim-press» is one of the leading Russian and foreign publishing houses producing reference literature in English and Russian which highlights current issues of cash circulation and authentication of high security printing products.
Our publishing house was founded in 1999 with the assistance of the Criminal Expertise Centre of the Ministry of the Interior of Russia and the Bank of Russia when the credit and financial system of our country was not well-established and new commercial banks were badly in need for а source of reliable operation information for their day-to-day needs. During 15 years of its activity our publishing house has done a number of the projects in the framework of our three key areas of reference and practice guides: «CURRENCIES OF THE WORLD», «SECURITIES», «COMMEMORATIVE COINS».
Exclusive information for our publications is provided by the Bank of Russia and overseas national banks, Europol the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation, Criminal Expertise Centre of the Ministry of Interior of Russia and other law-enforcement authorities of Russia and the Commonwealth of Independent States.
Our current goal is to offer the most comprehensive IT-solutions to our subscribers and provide easy access to the information whenever this kind of information is needed. We would like to present our new project – online reference guide «CURRENCIES OF THE WORLD: Cash circulation. Analysis. Counterfeiting».
Our mission is to create a global information service to contribute to the safety of cash circulation, protect credit and financial institutions from counterfeiter’ attacks and enrich professional experience of bank specialists and experts from related area.
The published information is recommended for the practical use by the Bank of Russia, National banks of CIS countries, Criminal Expertise Center of the Ministry of Interior of Russian Federation, International Association of Currency Affairs.
Banknotes in News
Guillaume Lepecq of AGIS Consulting has been running The Future of Cash™ for over a decade, but this year its theme had more gravitas than ever. Everyone involved in circulating banknotes and coins, whether in procurement, production, circulation or destruction, is trying to answer the same question: what is the future of cash?
Some of the leading currency suppliers have come together to form the International Currency Association (ICA), a not-for-profit organisation that intends to represent all suppliers of currency as well as all suppliers of products, technologies, cash management services and equipment used in the design, production, handling, and circulation of currency worldwide.