Sberbank Ukraine

 

Sberbank poured into its Ukrainian "daughter" more than 17 billion rubles in April-June

Business09.08.2018

Russian banks continue to cry, but invest in the Ukrainian banking sector. In addition to Sberbank, serious losses were incurred by Ukrainian subsidiaries of Vnesheconombank and VTB.

The National Bank of Ukraine banned the sale of Sberbank's subsidiary to Gutseriev

Business28.07.2017

The regulator explained the refusal to agree on the transaction by the lack of documents necessary for a full audit of investors.

Sberbank and Ukraine: why there is a new contender for the bank's subsidiary

Business02.07.2017

While the NBU is thinking over permission to sell Ukrainian Sberbank to a consortium of investors represented by Said Gutseriev and Norvic Bank, another buyer, Viktor Prokopenya, emerged.

Russian-British oligarchic clan of the Gutserievs

Business10.04.2017

Said businessman Gutseriev bought Sberbank in Ukraine. Formally he is a citizen of the UK, which means that the Ukrainian authorities will not have a formal reason for sanctions against the local subsidiary of the Russia's largest bank. However, it is obvious to everyone that Gutseriev does not act in the interests of the Windsor Palace, but rather assists the Kremlin.

The Russian Central Bank smoothes the effects of the Ukrainian sanctions

Business24.03.2017

Transactions on sale of subsidiaries of the Russian state-owned banks in Ukraine have failed.