Gazprombank deputy CEO Oleg Vaksman steps down
MOSCOW. Dec 17 (Interfax) - Oleg Vaksman, a deputy chairman of the Gazprombank management board, is stepping down after more than eight years of service with the bank.
Vaksman resignation will be examined at a board of directors meeting on Monday, Gazprombank said in a statement.
"The bank thanks Oleg Vaksman for many years of effective work as head of one of Gazprombank's most important business areas [lending to major corporate clients] and wishes him every success in his new endeavors," a bank spokesman told Interfax.
Vaksman said he would make an announcement on his future plans in early 2019. "I am stepping down as deputy chairman of the management board of Gazprombank. I plan to talk about my future steps at the beginning of 2019. I can say that right now my professional focus and area of interest - investment and development of digital business - remains unchanged. In addition, I am maintaining my seats on the boards of directors of Mail.Ru Group and Gazprombank Ltd (Switzerland) and chairman of the board of directors of TsRT," Vaksman told Interfax via a Gazprombank spokesman.
Vaksman arrived at Gazprombank in February 2010. He was first vice president in charge of organizing risk management processes for three years. He joined the management board of April 2010 and became deputy CEO in February 2013.
Before coming to Gazprombank, Vaksman worked at the Russian divisions of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC), KPMG and South African First National Bank.