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Aleksei Ivanovich Putilov (1866 — 1940, Paris) — Russian banker and industrialist.
Graduate of St. Petersburg University; entered the Ministry of Finance, 1890; Director of the General Office (1902-1905). Assistant to the Minister of Finance (October 1905 — April 1906).
He resigned to become director of several financial and industrial enterprises, including the Russo-Asiatic Bank, of which he remained chairman until the Bolshevik Revolution.