EDIT: The head of VTB 24 was not included in the updated composition of VTB Management Board members
The Supervisory Board of VTB Bank elected a new member of the Board of the credit institution. It does not included the head of VTB 24 Mikhail Zadornov VTB and member of the board and the Holding Company “VTB Capital” Victoria Vanurina, reported today in the press service of VTB.
In total 14 people were elected to the board. The new face of the board was Anatoliy Pechatnikov. He became a member of the Board as Deputy President – Chairman of the Board of VTB Bank.
The press service of the credit organization clarified that the printers will oversee the retail business of VTB Group.
In addition, the bank stressed that the board can not be considered completely formed in connection with the upcoming addition of VTB 24 to VTB.
Mikhail Zadornov became a member of VTB Management Board at the end of December last year. As head Zadornov, VTB24 has held since mid-2005.
Victoria Vanurina became a member of VTB Bank Management Board in 2011. Vanurina previously served as senior vice president of VTB Bank. VTB Group is working since 2008 and is engaged in the development of the investment business.
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USD, EUR, GBP, CAD, AUD: Forecast for next week – Morgan Stanley
USD: Uptrend ..
We believe that the USD may begin to see the flow of investment … Also on the USD affect the possibility of a rate hike …
We have revised our forecasts for the euro, and now we expect the 1.06 at year-end. Our economists expect another cut of 10 bp in the deposit rate and the expansion of asset purchase program. All this should be negative Euro … read more (click on the source)
BOFA: Goals forecasts
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We lack the EUR / JPY, expect the pair to drop to 114 from 128 at the end of the year.
In addition, we continue with the sale CHF / JPY. We expect the CHF / JPY will fall to 102 by the end of the year, it is now 116.8.
We are also of the shorts in EUR / SEK … Our goal is 8.90.
We are in for Long AUD / NZD, waiting for the target to 1.10 by year-end. We are also in for Long AUD / KRW, oriented 920.
We expect growth in the value EUR / USD in the short term … .However, we expect a further weakening of the euro later this year because of differences of monetary policy between the Fed and the ECB. Then we will sell EUR / USD ….
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