Amsterdam Trade Bank

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Amsterdam Trade Bank N.V.
Type Subsidiary
Industry Financial services
Founded 1994
Headquarters Amsterdam, Netherlands
Key people Pavel Gorbatsevich
Revenue Increase 103.1 million (2010)
Operating income Increase €32.8 million (2010)
Net income Increase €8.16 million (2010)
Employees 200 (2014)
Parent Alfa-Bank
Website www.atbank.eu

Amsterdam Trade Bank is a Russian commercial bank registered in The Netherlands, which is 100%-owned by the Russian Alfa-Bank since March 2001.

The company was founded in 1994 as Stolichny Bank International, a subsidiary of the Russian SBS-AGRO Bank, to provide trade financing for companies wishing to do business in Russia and former Soviet states.

Ownership[edit]

ATB is a subsidiary of Russian private investment consortium Alfa Group, controlled throughout directly by Alfa-Bank Russia.

Corporate governance[edit]

Acting directors of ATB in 2014 are:

  • Pavel Gorbatsevich – CEO
  • Henny te Beest – CFO
  • Vacant since June – CCO
  • Peter Ullman - CRO

There are also a number of non-acting directors.

Supervision[edit]

ATB is supervised by De Nederlandsche Bank and Central Bank of Russia.

Business activity[edit]

Commercial representative for ATB is Ekaterina Kouznetsova.

As a commercial bank, ATB is quite active in documentary credits, guarantees and other trade finance services for European business clients, especially participating in East-West European Business Relationship. The Manager of Documentary Operations Services is Elena Zotkina.

ATB is also active and well established in FI relationship, under Inna Akopdzhanova.

HR[edit]

As an international bank, ATB employs about 200 people of mostly Dutch, but also Ukrainian, Russian, German, French and English origin.

PR[edit]

The official spokesperson for ATB is Ira Boven; she is also the PA and Aid for CEO.

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