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The National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) press service reported that the NBU fined Sberbank’s subsidiary in the amount of 94.7 million hryvnias (more than 3.4 million) for violating financial monitoring legislation.
It is noted that the Ukrainian regulator fined Sberbank “for repetitive risky behavior in the field of financial monitoring for a total amount of over 3 billion UAH” (over $108 million).
According to the NBU, Sberbank allowed continuous major financial cash withdrawals from corporate …
Banks with Russian state capital filed cassation appeals against the decision of the Kyiv Court of Appeals to seize their shares. As FinClub news outlet writes, the corresponding appeals were received by the Supreme Court of Cassation on September 14.
Russian VTB Bank, Prominvestbank and Sberbank still operate in Ukraine. It was reported that the Ukrainian Court of Appeal decided to seize the shares of their subsidiaries under the dispute initiated by the Ukrainain banks. In response, Sberbank …
Sberbank is cutting back on its business outside of Russia, which has been causing it tremendous losses due to US and EU sanctions, reports finanz.ru.
By the end of the year, the largest Russian government bank will have disposed of its subsidiary in Turkey. Denizbank will be sold to Emirates NBD Bank, one of the largest banks in the UAE. A binding agreement has already been signed, Sberbank reported in an IFRS report on Thursday.
The deal is priced at 14.6 billion lira, equivalent to $2.35 …
The Russian currency market continues to sink due to the risk of sanctions and the outflow of foreign capital, finanz.ru reports.
After gaining 2.05 rubles on Wednesday, 1.11 on Thursday, the US dollar gained a further 1.24 rubles during trade on Friday, reaching 67.8975 rubles, the highest since April 18, 2016. The euro appreciated by 48 kopeks for the day and 3.11 rubles since the start of the week, updating its 4-month high to 77.43 rubles.
There is a growing lack of foreign currency in …
In addition to the sanctions against Russian government debt, which promise to cause foreign investors to flee Russia and drive the ruble even lower, US senators have prepared a powerful blow to the Russian banking system.
A virtually unnoticed provision in the new bill to expand the sanctions proposes new strict restrictions on Russia’s largest state banks, finanz.ru reports.
This provision may in fact cause more tangible damage to the Russian economy than the restrictions pertaining to …
Belarusian Paritetbank, controlled by the Belarusian presidential administration, has applied for the second time to purchase Sberbank’s subsidiary in Ukraine. In a press release, the Belarusian bank said that the necessary documents have already been submitted to the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU), which rejected Paritetbank’s first offer in 2018.
“We have had enough time to carefully study the demands of the Ukrainian regulator, and to prepare adequately for taking part in the deal,” …
Russia’s Sberbank has decided to make a fourth attempt to sell its Ukrainian business, Sberbank CEO Herman Gref told Russia 24 in an interview.
“Ukraine is a different story – we have already made three attempts to sell the bank. Now we are going to make a fourth attempt, too. We hope that this time it will be successful,” Interfax cited Gref as saying.
The news agency notes that on May 11, Russia’s Sberbank, as the sole shareholder of PLC Sberbank (Kyiv), decided to increase the subsidiary …
Russia’s Sberbank has carried out layoffs in the analysis division that presented a review of Gazprom in May which said that all of the company’s largest gas pipeline projects are detrimental and profitable only for the subcontractors, who are almost exclusively friends of President Vladimir Putin.
The author of the review, chief analyst for the oil and gas sector Alex Fek, was fired on May 22. The next day Alexander Kudrin, head of Sberbank CIB’s analysis division, left the company “by …
During a meeting in Volyn Oblast, President Petro Poroshenko said that bank assets valued at $5 billion remain in the occupied territory.
"One number that has never been made public is that bank assets worth $5 billion have remained in the occupied territory," the President said.
Poroshenko added that these funds cannot be withdrawn because the treasuries had been seized.
On March 6, Ukraine extended sanctions against four banks with Russian state capital for four years. The banks affected …
With new individual sanctions from the United States looming, an ever-growing number of wealthy Russians choose to keep their assets at home in Russia, according to Eugenia Tyurikova, the head of Sberbank Private Banking, a Sberbank branch that services high-net-worth customers, as reported by RBC news.
According to Tyurikova, in January 2018, the influx of funds grew threefold from the same period in 2017. “First of all, this was due to the expectations of the sanctions. The end of December …