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Former First Deputy Minister of Finance of the Russian Federation will join the board of Otkrytie Bank

Former First Deputy Minister of Finance of the Russian Federation will join the board of Otkrytie Bank
Photo: Otkrytie Bank Press Service

Former first deputy head of the Russian Ministry of Finance Tatyana Nesterenko will join the management board of Otkritie Bank. She will take the post of deputy president-chairman of the board.

According to the press service of Otkritie Bank, Tatiana Nesterenko will be responsible for interaction with state authorities, including the Central Bank and the Cabinet of Ministers, oversee issues of corporate governance, methodology and updating the regulatory framework, her powers will include regulation of the number of personnel and the wage fund. as well as legal support of the activities of a credit institution.

As the president and chairman of the board of Otkrytie Bank Mikhail Zadornov noted, Tatiana Nesterenko has experience of working in the State Duma and the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation.

“Her professional and human qualities will help Otkritie Bank improve the efficiency of business processes and implement strategic objectives,” added Zadornov.

Nesterenko graduated from the Khabarovsk Institute of National Economy with a degree in economics and the Finance Academy under the Russian government. From 1994 to 1998 she was a State Duma deputy. From 1998 to 2021 she was deputy and first deputy head of the Ministry of Finance, headed the Federal Treasury. In April she became an advisor to the management staff of Otkritie Bank.


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