The sale of Alfa-Bank Ukraine is not being planned, one of the bank’s major shareholders Petr Aven declared.
“We are not preparing to sell,” Aven said, adding that Alfa-Bank currently had a “normal working relationship” with the National Bank of Ukraine.
Earlier, the director of strategic communication of Alfa-Bank Ukraine Denis Kazvan said that after the violence the bank was continuing to operate as normal. A bank representative said that the bank controlled the ABH holding.
“Shareholders are a group of private individuals, two Ukrainians among them, living in London as well as the Italian banking giant UniCredit Group with a stake of 9.9%. Only a few shareholders with minority stakes are private individuals and Russian citizens,” Kazvan said.
Besides UniCredit Group, Alfa-Bank Ukraine’s shareholders are Mikhail Fridman, Herman Khan, Alexei Kuzmichev, Petr Aven, Andrei Kosogov and the Mark Foundation for Cancer Research. (Interfax-Ukaine/Business World Magazine)
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