Russian Central Bank blacklists nearly 5,800 bankers
MOSCOW, January 29 (RAPSI) – The Central Bank of Russia has listed nearly 5,800 persons, who used to hold positions in credit and noncredit financial organizations, as well as those who used to be major shareholders in banks with tarnished business reputation, in a special database, the Bank’s statement reads on Monday.
According to the bank, the new requirements are in force from January 28. They are to be applied as concerns business reputations of major shareholders, managers and employees of banks, insurance companies, nongovernmental pension funds, managing and microfinance companies.
The law was passed in July 2017. All of the persons and organizations listed above are to be subjected to the same requirements when acquiring large blocks of shares, control over major shareholders and disclosing information on shareholders and property structure. The new regulations also set forth the procedure for the remedy of breaches related to the requirements to business reputation.