Published: November 17, 2013
Russian bank chooses former TransCreditBank chairman to replace CEO Golubkov, charged with bribery.
Rosbank, a Russian lender majority owned by Societe Generale, has named Dmitry Olyunin as chairman and CEO.
He joins from TransCreditBank, part of the VTB Group (which also owns a stake in Rosbank), where he was president and chairman.
Vladimir Golubkov, Olyunin's predecessor, was charged with taking bribes earlier this year.
Olyunin's appointment requires clearance from the Central Bank of Russia. If approved, he will take the role on December 1.