The Shareholders of Bank Saint Petersburg Allocate 20% of the Bank’s Net Income for Dividends

The annual General Shareholders' Meeting of PJSC Bank Saint Petersburg held on May 18, 2017 summarized the Bank's performance in 2016.

The AGM passed a resolution to pay dividends for 2016 as follows:

  • RUB 1.05 per 1 share for ordinary shares;
  • RUB 0.11 per 1 share for preference shares.

The Meeting allocated RUB 463,742,700, or 20% of the Bank's 2016 RAS net income, for dividend payments.  The dividend record date is May 31, 2017.

The following members were elected to the Bank's Supervisory Board: Alexander V. Savelyev, Susan Gail Buyske, Andrey P. Bychkov, Alexey A. Germanovich, Vladislav S. Guz, Andrey M. Zvyozdochkin, Andrey T. Ibragimov, Elena V. Ivannikova, Alexander I. Polukeyev, Alexander V. Pustovalov.

Following the AGM, the Supervisory Board held its meeting, re-electing Ms. Elena V. Ivannikova as Chairperson of the Supervisory Board and Mr. Vladislav S. Guz as Depurty Chairman of the Supervisory Board.

Mr. Alexander I. Polukeyev was elected as Senior Independent Director. The Supervisory Board recognized Mr. Andrey P. Bychkov, Mr. Alexey A. Germanovich, Mr. Alexander I. Polukeyev and Mr. Andrey M. Zvyozdochkin as its independent members (independent directors).

In addition, the following Supervisory Board Committees were formed: Strategy Committee (chaired by Mr. Alenxander V. Savelyev), Human Resources and Remuneration Committee (chaired by Alexander I. Polukeyev), Risk Management Committee (chaired by Ms. Susan Gail Buyske), and Audit Committee (chaired by Mr. Andrey P. Bychkov).

The Supervisory Board also made the decision to increase the share capital of PJSC Bank Saint Petersburg by placing 60 mln additional ordinary registered shares in book-entry form with a par value of RUB 1 each and a total par value of RUB 60 mln.

The additional share issue will ensure further business growth, increase share liquidity, and guarantee compliance with the equity increase requirements imposed by the Deposit Insurance Agency under the relevant capitalization support agreement.

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