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S&P Global Market Intelligence presents a daily roundup of management and board changes at financial institutions in Europe. This feature excludes C-level leadership changes and previously reported stories.


* Italy's UniCredit SpA said the supervisory board of unit UniCredit Bank Russia appointed Andrea Diamanti deputy CEO and a member of its management board.

Pending approval from the Russian central bank, Diamanti, currently the Italian banking group's corporate and investment banking and private banking head for central and eastern Europe, will replace Graziano Cameli, who will become head of business development for the CEE region.

Fabio Fornaroli, who currently oversees CIB multinational clients at UniCredit Bank Austria AG, will succeed Diamanti as UniCredit's head of CEE corporate and investment banking and private banking.


* Russia-based PJSC Rosbank, a majority-owned unit of French banking group Société Générale SA, named Perizat Shaikhina first deputy CEO.

Shaikhina will supervise the lender's capital markets business, along with the custody and special depository arm.

Meanwhile, Denis Sotin, chief information officer, is leaving the bank and his last working day will be Nov. 15. Alexander Taratorin, who is the director of the department of implementation and quality of IT solutions department, will be appointed acting CIO.

The lender also appointed operational director Natalia Voevodina a member of its management board. She will supervise IT, among other things.

All appointments are subject to the Russian central bank's approval.