The Committee on supervision and regulation of banking activities, supervision (oversight) of payment systems the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) on July 28 adopted a decision to refuse approval for the acquisition of a substantial part of said Myasnikovich and Grigory Guselnikova PJSC “Sberbank”, and Maxim Mikitas and Paul Fuchs – PJSC “Prominvestbank”. About it reported in a press-service of the NBU.
“The basis for such decision-making: failure to provide necessary and sufficient documents for the inspection of investors for compliance with the requirements of the legislation of Ukraine “, – said the representative of the press service of the regulator.
- Belarusian businessman has filed papers with the NBU for the purchase of Sberbank
We will remind, Sberbank 27 March announced the sale of 100% shares of the Ukrainian subsidiary to a consortium of investors, which will include Norvik Banka (owned by businessman Grigory Guselnikov) and the son of the owner of the oil company “RussNeft” Mikhail Gutseriev said.
Later Deputy head of the NBU Ekaterina Rozhkova said that Latvian Norvik Banka was excluded as a structural unit of the transaction on acquisition of the Ukrainian savings Bank.