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. Last Updated: 07/27/2016



The Central Bank has approved Sergey Boyev as president of DeltaBank.

Boyev started working at the DRB, renamed DeltaBank in January 2001, in December 2000 as CEO. He directed strategy development and implementation.

Before joining DeltaBank, Boyev worked at Troika Dialog as managing director. He was in charge of developing commercial banking activities' strategy.

When Citibank opened a Moscow office in January 1994, Boyev was put in charge of setting up its operational departments and legal compliance. He moved on to open the St. Petersburg branch of Citibank in February 1996 and managed Citibank's expansion into the northwest as branch manager in Russia until 2000.

In November 1999, Boyev directed a three-month project to develop Citibank's business strategy in Russia and took over as acting country risk manager.

During his 6 1/2 years with Citibank, Boyev earned a Citibank board-member position, the title of Citibank vice president and an individual $1 million credit.


Maarten Leo Pronk, 46, has been appointed chief executive director of commercial banking for NIKoil Investment Banking Group of Moscow.

Pronk holds a doctorate in economic geography from Utrecht University in the Netherlands. He has also studied the economy of Latin America at the University of Texas and regional economics at the University of Amsterdam.

Pronk has 20 years' experience working in developing countries' banking systems, including 12 years in Latin America.

In the past 10 years, he has served as country manager for NMB bank, ING Bank and Rabobank in Brazil, Paraguay and Russia. He speaks seven foreign languages.

While at Rabobank, Pronk was chairman of the board of directors of its operational company in Russia, Raboinvest.

In 1994, Pronk was appointed general manager for ING Bank Moscow and president of ING Bank Eurasia in Moscow. During his two-year tenure, ING Bank Moscow set up a full range of banking services.

In 1996, the Euromoney publication named ING Bank Moscow "the best foreign bank in Russia."

Stiles & Riabokobylko

Sergei Tumansky has been appointed project consultant for Stiles & Riabokobylko.

He will be responsible for developing a needs-assessment methodology and reviewing market options for the real estate consultancy.

Tumansky has supervisory and project-management experience in coordinating design, development and implementation of real-estate strategies at a variety of companies. Prior to joining Stiles & Riabokobylko in 1998, Tumansky was a partner in a Russian commercial real-estate firm. He also worked for Deloitte & Touche CIS for two years in its management-consulting department.

Tumansky received his bachelor of arts from the Moscow Aviation Institute.

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