Banks walk Russian tightrope as Sberbank builds

Western banks face a test of their nerve in Russia following the creation of a new domestic banking behemoth. Their mandates and their staff are under threat, writes David Rothnie.

  • 03 Feb 2012
For years, Moscow-based investment bankers have been calling on their western employers to start treating Russia as an established market. Now they are, but not in the way that their staff had hoped. Although Russia possesses that rare commodity of growth, banks face the same conundrum as they ...

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