KYIV, February 3. The former head of the International monetary Fund (IMF) Dominique Strauss-Kahn joined the Supervisory Board of Bank “Credit-Dnepr”, which belongs to the Ukrainian oligarch Viktor Pinchuk.
As the message Bank, the organization appointed a new Supervisory Board, which included Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Anders Aslund, Jean-Pierre Saltiel, Alex Munteanu, Michael Tsarev and Andrey Dudnik.
It is noted that four of the six members of the Supervisory Board Dominique Strauss-Kahn, Anders Aslund, Jean-Pierre Saltiel and Alex Munteanu – are independent members of the Board, two – Andrei Dudnik and Michael Tsarev – the representatives of the shareholder.
“We are honored to collaborate with leading global economists and financiers. Today we’ve got a great opportunity to build the development strategy of the Bank, based on their unique experience and practices in accordance with the best international standards”, – said the head of Board of Bank “Credit-Dnepr” Olena Malinska.
Strauss-Kahn – French economist and politician, was head of the IMF in 2007-2011
Åslund, a Swedish economist and former diplomat and a leading international expert on national economies of Ukraine, Russia and countries of the former USSR.
Jean-Pierre Saltiel – French economist and businessman. The Ministry of foreign Affairs of France.
Bank “Credit Dnepr” was founded in 1993. The single shareholder is the company “Brancroft Enterprises limited”, which is indirectly owned by the Ukrainian billionaire Pinchuk.