05.06.2020

Bank Saint Petersburg improves Management System

On June 4, the First Deputy Chairman of the Bank’s Management Board Pavel Filimonenok was assigned duties of the Chief Executive Officer (CEO).

Alexander Saveliev will continue to lead the Bank’s strategic development of the Bank’s business model as Chairman of the Management Board. Mr. Filimonenok will be in charge of the Bank’s operating activities as well as Strategy development and execution. He will be responsible for the Bank’s operations, as well as the Bank’s regional development and customer operations coordination.

Alexander Saveliev, the Chairman of the Management Board of the Bank Saint Petersburg: “We made a decision to extend the powers of the First Deputy Chairman of the Management Board, strengthening and increasing the efficiency of the Bank’s operating activities. Nowadays in the face of the existing challenges for the banking system as well as the new ones continuing to arise, we first and foremost need to maintain uninterrupted operation of all Bank’s systems, while continuing the further development of the Bank and implementation of the approved Strategy. Mr. Filimonenok has extensive experience in the operational management, as well as coordination of all major activities in the Bank.

Mr. Filimonenok was born in Leningrad in 1971. He is a graduate of St. Petersburg Institute of Precision Mechanics and Optics. Since 1994, he worked for Petrovsky Commercial Bank as the Head of the plastic cards division and the Deputy Director of the plastic cards department. He joined the Bank in 2001. From 2003 to 2019, he has been the Deputy Chairman of the Management Board. From 2019, he is the First Deputy Chairman of the Management Board.

Kristina Mironova was appointed the First Deputy Chairman of the Management Board.

Ms. Mironova ensures the efficiency of the Bank’s risk management system, as well as the development and implementation of the Bank’s credit policy.

Alexander Saveliev, the Chairman of the Management Board of the Bank Saint Petersburg: “In the current market conditions, the effectient risk management is of great importance, so we made a decision to expand the authority of the CRO. Ms. Mironova has extensive experience in implementing and developing both the credit process and risk management. In oder to ensure the Bank’s financial stability, she has successfully built within the Bank an efficient risk management system of all significant risks.

Ms. Mironova is a graduate of St. Petersburg University for Economics and Finance. She joined the Bank in 2002. Her previous positions include: the Deputy Director of the Moscow Branch, Director of Investor Relations, and the Director of the Customer Monitoring Department. She has been the Deputy Chairman of the Management Board since September 2013.

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