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VTB opens voting for Shareholders Consultative Council

10 June 2013

VTB opens voting for Shareholders Consultative Council.

VTB Bank announces that voting has opened for the new Shareholders Consultative Council (SCC). Shareholders can vote at VTB shareholder liaison centres or online on the VTB website.

As council members’ four-year term expired in April 2013, VTB Bank began the process of electing a new Shareholders Consultative Council, an independent expert body. Any shareholder older than 21 is eligible to apply to serve on the SCC. Applications from minority holders were accepted from 22 April to 31 May.

In early June, an expert panel shortlisted 30 candidates based on their qualifications, experience, education and occupation, as well as their plans for their time on the council.

"We primarily looked at candidates’ qualifications and experience in banking, as well as whether they have basic knowledge of corporate governance. We thank all the active minority shareholders who applied to serve on the SCC and invite them to reapply next time", Vasily Titov, First Deputy President and Chairman of the Management Board.

VTB shareholders can vote from 10 June to 2 July, as well as at the annual general meeting in St. Petersburg on 28 June. Information on the candidates, voting rules and the online voting form (SCC Elections) are available at the VTB website at:

The VTB Shareholders Consultative Council was established in 2009 to facilitate information exchange, and to protect the rights and legitimate interests of VTB Bank shareholders. The Council is an independent community advisory and consultative body comprised of 10 minority shareholders. The council members actively participate in the group’s operation, discussing with management the most important issues affecting shareholders’ interests.


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