Today, on March 6, a session of State Corporation ‘Bank for Development and Foreign Economic Affairs (Vnesheconombank)’ Supervisory Board was held in the House of Government of the Russian Federation. The session was presided by Russian Prime Minister Victor Zubkov.
The participants in the session approved a resolution on Vnesheconombank’s representative offices abroad, considered a list of measures aimed at rendering sponsor’s assistance for the year 2008 and also discussed issues of Vnesheconombank’s participation in carrying out projects in the Bank’s top-priority lines of investment activity.
V.Zubkov conducts a session of VEB Supervisory Board (the House of Government, March 6, 2008)
VEB Supervisory Board’s session (the House of Government, March 6, 2008)
VEB Supervisory Board’s session (V.Dmitriev, E.Nabiullina, D.Kozak)
VEB Supervisory Board’s session (V.Dmitriev)
VEB Supervisory Board’s session (V.Dmitriev, V. Khristenko, D.Kozak)
VEB Supervisory Board’s session (V.Dmitriev, I. Levitin)
Moscow. July 12. INTERFAX - At Thursday’s meeting of the Bank Supervisory Board a Memorandum of the Bank’s Financial Policy was approved, said VEB Chairman Vladimir Dmitriev. “The Memorandum specifies the Bank’s core lines of business associated with overcoming infrastructure growth limitations, support for high-technology productions, rational use of natural resources, support for small and medium-size business and industrial exports,” Vladimir Dmirtiev told journalists on Thursday. He also said that the Memorandum specifies criteria for selecting investment projects, with these criteria dealing with the size of investment projects and their payoff periods. Furthermore, the Supervisory Board approved limits, the Bank’s operational standards and basic provisions of the Bank’s financial policy. “Their aim is to ensure the Bank’s sustainable development and financial stability,” emphasized Vladimir Dmitriev . According to Vladimir Dmitriev, from today on, the Bank management bodies start to work at their full capacity, therefore, relevant documents are to be approved by the Government.