Supervisory Board

Andrew Sergio Gazitua
Senior INED — Member of the Supervisory Board
February 14, 1962 in New York (USA)
In 1985 Mr. Gazitua graduated from Haverford College as a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science

Mr. Gazitua started his investment banking career in 1989 with Merrill Lynch & Co in New York, transferring to London in 1992 to work in the financial institutions group. In 1999, Mr. Gazitua joined Donaldson, Lufkin & Jenrette International (subsequently acquired by Credit Suisse) as a Senior Vice President in investment banking.

After leaving Credit Suisse, Mr. Gazitua joined Putnam Lovell as a Managing Director in 2003 and subsequently rejoined Merrill Lynch & Co. in 2004 as the Chief Operating Officer for the European operations of investment banking and capital markets (or Origination). In 2007, he assumed responsibilities for Origination for Central and Eastern Europe, Middle East and Africa ("CEEMEA") and became the Chief Operating Officer for Global Origination.

From 2009 to 2011, Mr. Gazitua was Head of CEEMEA Corporate and Investment Banking at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. From 2016 to July 2017 he was Member of the Board of Directors of Walbrook Capital Markets Limited. From April 2013 to October 2017 he was a Chairman of the Board of Directors of one of the oldest banks in Latvia AS Expobank. From April 2015 to March 2019 he was Member of the Board of Directors of Awad Capital Ltd.

At present, he serves as member of the Board of Directors of Civitas Partners Holdings Limited, Chairman of the Board of Directors of Web Financial Group S.A. and member of Advisory Board of NPLMarkets Limited.

Member of the Bank's Supervisory Board since April 13, 2012.

Andrew Sergio Gazitua was qualified as independent director according to cl. 3.44 of the Regulation on the Supervisory Board of CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW as per the Supervisory Board’s resolution dated 10.04.2020 (Minutes No.06). The rationale for qualifying Andrew Sergio Gazitua as independent director is given in the Supervisory Board’s resolution.