VTB Leasing CEO Dmitry Ivanter leaving company
MOSCOW. March 11 (Interfax) - Dmitry Ivanter is resigning as VTB Leasing CEO as of March 11, according to a letter to the company's employees that Interfax has reviewed.
Ivanter has been CEO since 2018. The board of directors has appointed Sergei Klyushnikov, who is the company's current CFO, to be VTB Leasing CEO as of March 12.
Klyushnikov joined the VTB Leasing team in 2018. His areas of responsibility have included a range of the company's financial management issues, including operational management, financial planning, modeling, financial data analytics, identification and use of resources to improve the efficiency of financial and economic activities, and automation of business processes.
"In his new role, Sergei will focus on analytics and financial management, taking into account the current market situation," the company said in a statement.
The press service of VTB has confirmed to Interfax that Ivanter is resigning as CEO of VTB Leasing.
Founded in 2002, VTB Leasing is one of the largest universal leasing companies in Russia. The United States Department of the Treasury included VTB Leasing, as a subsidiary of VTB, in the sanctions list at the end of February.