PNB bank chairman has departed

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The Chairman of the Board of PNB Banka, Briton Oliver Bramwell, has left the post he had held since 2013, the bank has announced. 

The move came on July 30, one month after former owner Grigory Guselnikov sold up to a group of unnamed investors, as previously reported by LSM

“I am pleased to look back at what has been achieved to date in PNB Banka.  As is well known, the recent years have been very worrying and unpredictable for the financial industry of Latvia, which has been triggered by both external and internal factors. Despite various difficulties, PNB Banka has succeeded in keeping its stable position in the banking system and carrying out continuous work, while providing its customers with the most convenient and available financial services," Bramwell said in a farewell statement.  

The board members Anna Verbicka, Dmitrii Kalmykov, Alexey Kutiavin and Natālija Ignatjeva will continue to work on the board.

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