Supervisory Board

Composition of the Supervisory Board of Rigensis Bank AS

The Supervisory Board is the supervisory body of the Bank that represents shareholders’ interests between meetings and supervises the work of the Board in accordance with the procedures specified in the laws and regulations of the Republic of Latvia and Articles of Association of the Bank. Currently, the Supervisory Board of the Bank is composed of:

Dmitry Sokolov

Chairman of the Supervisory Board

One of the most efficient leaders among commercial banks top management. For over than 20 years was at the wheel of the largest Russian banks, including NOMOS-bank in the period from 1997 to 2012. Currently holds the position of chairman of the supervisory board of Inbank and member of the supervisory board of Rigensis Bank.

Yulia Romanenkova

Deputy Chairman of the Supervisory Board

From 1994 until 2007 held leading positions in treasury and financial management in various banks of Russia. From 2007 to 2012 was CEO – chairman of the board of Inbank. Graduated from the State Financial Academy in Moscow with a Degree in Economics, the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business with a MBA Degree.

Аndrey Petropavlovskiy

Member of the Supervisory Board

From 1997 to 2006 held various leading positions in finance management in different Russian banks. Since 2006 holds the position of CFO and subsequently CEO of JSC “ICT”, St. Petersburg, Russia, a consulting company specialized in project management, finance and PR. Graduated from the Technological Institute of Lensovet with excellence, the St. Petersburg State University of Economy and Finance.

Douglas Sloan

Member of the Supervisory Board

From 1993 through 2001, Doug has held numerous senior management and risk control positions within the international financial services community, based in New York. From 2001 to the present, he has focused on anti-financial crime and anti-terrorist financing on behalf of numerous companies and governments around the world, including 12 years at Deutsche Bank and eight years in private practice. His Masters Degree in finance and international law was conferred by the Fletcher School of Tufts and Harvard Universities.