The President has the highest executive power in the Federal Chamber of Notaries. A Notary engaged in private practice for at least five years, with the experience of work as a President or Vice-President of a Chamber of Notaries not less than one term, can be nominated to the post of the FCN’s President. The President manages the work of the FCN’s Board, represents the interests of the notarial community in international organizations, including the International Union of Notaries, in State authorities of the Russian Federation, economic and social structures, and also holds official correspondence on behalf of the FCN. The President is elected from among the private Notaries by the Assembly of representatives of the regional chambers of notaries for a period of five years. He provides a report on results of his own and the FCN’s Board’s work to the Assembly of representatives of the regional chambers of notaries.