Dmitri Tulin, a former deputy head of Russia’s central bank, may join the board of state lender OAO Sberbank as an independent director, Vedomosti reported, citing bank documents.
Tulin, who now works for Deloitte, has also been nominated for the board of closely held MDM bank, the newspaper said, citing Oleg Viyugin, MDM’s chairman.
Tulin, who left the central bank in 2006, may need to chose between the two positions, as Sberbank sees a conflict of interests if Tulin works for MDM, Vedomosti said, citing an unidentified Sberbank official.
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