Bella Zlatkis leaves Moscow Exchange supervisory board ahead of time
MOSCOW. May 17 (Interfax) - Bella Zlatkis has left the supervisory board of PJSC Moscow Exchange before the expiration of her authority, according to updated information on the composition of the supervisory board on the website of the Moscow Exchange.
As noted, Zlatkis is considered to have left the supervisory board as of May 8 upon a personal statement. The fact that Zlatkis would leave the supervisory board became known at the end of March.
The Moscow Exchange supervisory board then approved the list of candidates for voting on the election of a new supervisory board at the annual meeting, where Zlatkis was not included.
However, the annual meeting scheduled for April 28 was declared invalid. The reason for this was the lack of "a quorum for holding a general meeting". The next shareholder meeting is scheduled for June 6.
Zlatkis is deputy chairperson of the executive board of Sberbank and has been a member of the Moscow Exchange supervisory board since 2005.
In May 2006, Zlatkis was elected deputy chairperson of the Moscow Exchange supervisory board. She was chairperson of the exchange's supervisory board from 2009 to 2012.
Zlatkis and seven other Sberbank senior managers were included in the SDN list on May 8.
Of the 12 members of the Moscow Exchange's supervisory board, only three members remain today: Oleg Vyugin, VEB.RF chief trustee Sergei Lykov, and Hartmann Holdings CEO Oskar Hartmann. The rest have left the supervisory board at different times upon personal statements.