In 1997-1998 he worked as an assistant to the Tax and Law Department of CJSC Coopers and Laybrand (Moscow). In 1998 - 2001 he worked as a consultant at ZAO PricewaterhouseCoopers (Moscow). In 2001, he moved to the tax and legal department of Deloitte and Touche CIS. In 2005 he became a partner and until 2007 headed the group of international taxation in Russia and CIS countries.
In 2007, he moved to the position of Deputy Chairman of the Board of Sovcombank. Since 2007, he has been a member of the Board of Directors of the Bank, before heading to the position of Chairman of the Management Board, he supervised the audit committee of the Board of Directors of the Bank.
In 2007, old acquaintances of Dmitry Gusev, studying at the Financial Academy, invited him to join the Sovcombank team, then a predominantly regional bank with a central office in Kostroma. "The shareholders were my friends from the student years, plus I believed in the business model of the bank," Dmitry later told. As a result, from 2007 to the present time Dmitry Gusev works here: first as a member of the Board of Directors of Sovcombank, then as the head of the audit committee of the board of directors. In 2011, the shareholders appoint Dmitry Gusev chairman of the board.
Co-founder, shareholder and first deputy chairman of Sovcombank Sergey Khotimsky ...
In 2001, at the age of 23, Sergei together with his friend Mikhail Klyukin bought BuiKomBank in the Kostroma region. The bank was opened in 1990 in the city of Buje, it employed about ten people ...
Chairman of the Board and co-owner of Sovkombank Dmitry Gusev, Mikhail Klyukin's classmate at the Finance Academy under the government of the Russian Federation, who came to the bank in 2007 from Deloitte. He is responsible for organizational matters of business.
Khotimsky found his "gold mine" in 2001, when together with several acquaintances in the dark business in the banking sector, first of all with Nikolai Zhuravlev, he bought a small Buykombank in the Kostroma region. He had a group of shareholders (all young guys), of whom three stood out. Sam Khotimsky, who had connections in the banking sector. Nikolai Zhuravlev (the father of his wife held a high post) and Bogdan Berkovich (his mother Margarita Berkovich is a well-known economist, she studied all bankers from the Kostroma region, she has huge connections in the Central Bank of the Kostroma Region). Later, Buikombank was renamed Sovcombank. According to the source Rucriminal.info, how much he remembers this bank - he always worked according to one scheme. Sovcombank attracted citizens' funds at high interest rates. 70% of the bank's assets were deposits of natural persons. This money was invested in the projects of shareholders, including the purchase of shares of enterprises (Khotimsky at one time owned the shares of the Commercial Port of Vyborg and several dairy plants). Also, money was invested in a highly profitable construction business at that time, in particular, carried out by Ter-Avanesov in the Kostroma region.
According to the source Rucriminal.info, these investments were not always successful, so the bank almost always had a financial "hole". However, thanks to the ties of shareholders, the Central Bank closes its eyes to this.
Dmitry Gusev appointed Chairman of the Board of Sovcombank ...
Nikolai Zhuravlev, formerly chairman of Sovcombank, was appointed to the post of representative from the Kostroma Region in the Federation Council of the Federal Assembly of the Russian Federation on May 19,
In a bunch of Khotimsky-Zhuravlev, the latter was responsible for all communications with local officials. As a result, he began to build a political career: he became a local deputy, headed the local branch of "United Russia". In 2011, Zhuravlev became a senator from the Kostroma region, a member of the Federation Council Committee on the Budget and Financial Markets.
When in 2005 Zhuravlev began to build a political career, he officially withdrew from all commercial projects. However, according to the interlocutors of Rucriminal.info, continues to be a senior partner of Khotimsky. It was in many ways thanks to the ties and efforts of Zhuravlyov that Sovcombank managed to bring it to a fundamentally new level.
In 2007, Dutch-Israeli Kardan N.V. bought the 50% stake in Sovcombank. In 2010, Fuchs came to the bank. It is very likely that his parish was discussed at the Zhuravlev-Ter-Avanesov level. Then the bank left Berkovich.
The name of Pavel Fuchs not the first time emerges in the stories related to the banking assets of Aleksey Alyakin. In 2010, he and his brother Roman Fuchs joined Sovcombank's capital. In 2012, the registered in the Netherlands Sovco Capital Partners B.V. consolidated 85% of shares of Sovcombank. Paul Fuchs through three offshore firms owns 37.16% of Sovco Capital Partners B.V., follows from the data on the CB website. Previously, shares in Sovco Capital Partners B.V. owned and Mr. Alyakin, but he claims that at the end of last year, his stake in Sovcombank was sold.
In 2011, to the structures of Fuchs, a lot of banks, including Alfa Bank, filed claims for hundreds of millions. These funds received loans for construction projects, including in the City, and were not returned. The position of Fuchs was shaken. For some time he went into the shadows, and then "surfaced" in the Ukraine.
In Ukraine, Fuchs acquired several toxic companies in the Ukrainian gas market, including the share in the developer of the Sakhalin field - Ukrnefteburenie. He also became the owner of Golden Derrick LLC.
Gossip column. Closed dinner Dmitry Khotimsky in the Buddha Bar. Friends of the investment genius gathered for dinner in the new Buddha Bar on Tsvetnoy Boulevard, which will officially open only in May.
"They say, the best friend of girls is diamonds! But no! The best friend is big diamonds! "Hotimsky cheered the girls. The chairman of the board of a large bank, along with the rest of the clients and employees of the illegal casino, was taken to the interrogation. Among the guests was
Dmitry Gusev, Sovcombank.
The American holding General Electric, which owns a full stake in JI Money Bank (GE), has agreed to sell it to Sovcombank. The amount of the transaction is still unknown. But, according to experts, it will be about 9 billion rubles ....
"Gazeta.Ru" published an interview with the chairman of the board of Sovkombank, Dmitry Gusev. He believes that the JI Money Bank will be an excellent platform for transforming its multi-regional institution into a strong federal bank.
The secret poker club was covered by a riot squad of OMON and metropolitan law enforcers at the end of May this year in the center of Moscow. On the 58th floor of one of the towers of "Moscow City" five restaurants were allocated for the establishment. Part of the halls was for games, part - for guests' rest, separately administration. Only for a month of rent the owner transferred three million rubles, what was the turnover of the institution for the same period, one can only guess. During the searches, the operatives found 25 thousand dollars, about a million rubles and a large black bag, at the bottom of which there was only a handful of rubber bands - they usually banded bundles of banknotes.
During the storming of the staff of the poker club, as well as guests in expensive suits built along the wall and asked not to move until the end of the special operation. Everyone obeyed, except for one guest in a white shirt. The man began to explain that his appearance here is pure accident, and people from his entourage are of rather high positions who will be extremely surprised if they learn that he was seen in such a place. ..
Later it turned out that the chairman of the board of a large bank was a visitor to an illegal casino.
Operatives went to meet the man, gave him a laptop and released, only recording data - Gusev Dmitry Vladimirovich. Only a few days later from colleagues, operatives learned that the "casual guest" had previously been seen during the assaults of two other poker clubs in the center of Moscow.
Later it turned out that the chairman of Sovcombank's board was the visitor of the illegal casino. Dmitry Gusev was brought for interrogation, but he refused to testify, referring to Art. 51 of the Constitution.
More pleasant interlocutors for law enforcement were true lovers of poker. Among the guests of the secret establishment were three owners of champion bracelets, winners of world tournaments of gambling, which in Russia since 2006 is outlawed. According to open sources, Vyacheslav Zhukov, Andrei Zaichenko and Leonid Belokur earned millions of dollars on the game.
A well-known banker became a figurant of the case of a secret casino in "Moscow City". Some publications report that the chairman of the board of Sovcombank Dmitry Gusev was brought for interrogation.
The poker club was found in May. It was located in the apartment on the 58th floor of one of the towers. During the search operatives found 25 thousand dollars and about a million rubles, the channel "Moscow 24" broadcasts.
At the end of June, policemen liquidated an underground gambling club in the north of the capital.
An illegal institution was located in a house on Nemchinova Street. The founders of the club were two natives of the Moscow region - a 32-year-old cashier and a 25-year-old guard.
During the search, the police seized 42 pieces of computer equipment intended for illegal games. Against the detainees opened a criminal case under the article "Illegal business". From the suspects took a pledge not to leave the place.
For large banks, customer deposits are cheaper than CB loans, but for small banks the situation is reversed, notes Matovnikov: for them, individuals' funds remain expensive and they are forced to borrow from the Central Bank. As of January 1, ACRA counted 25 banks with a share of the Central Bank's funds exceeding 20%, which increases the vulnerability of their business models to systemic market shocks.
Among such banks - BPA (share of CBR's liabilities in liabilities 32.3%), "National Standard" (34%), Sovcombank (37.9%), the agency said. VTB (18.8%), the Bank of Moscow (14.7%), St. Petersburg (16.8%), and the International Financial Club (19.9%) are also highly valued.
"We are gradually changing the structure of liabilities and reducing the share of the Central Bank's liabilities in liabilities, which is noticeable already on February 1," Dmitry Gusev said through the press service of the Sovcombank board. Risks of bank insolvency arise for other reasons, he says, the banks that lost licenses or were sanitized, the share of CBR's funds in liabilities tended to zero.
The fact that the fate of the top twenty Russian banks of Sovcombank is unenviable, it became clear finally in June, when Banki.ru portal warned about record losses of Sovkom. It turned out that the project of Sergei Khotimsky, Nikolai Zhuravlev, Dmitry Gusev and other shareholders, which had risen on the money of pensioners, became the most unprofitable bank in the country.
At the end of last year, the news about the appearance of credit machines in Belarus, registered as collateral with Russian banks, was a real sensation throughout the country. Mass attack by new cars from the Russian Federation did not pass without a trace for our market. Every now and then, in various parts of Belarus, Russian cars with a dark past are still emerging, and confused car owners do not know what to do with them ....
In turn, PJSC "Sovkombank" has already commented on the situation with collateral cars that have fallen into Belarus. In particular, Sergey Khotimsky, First Deputy Chairman of the Board of PJSC Sovcombank, noted that the bank plans to initiate the issue of seizing these cars from Belarusians.
The People's rating of the information portal Banks.ru receives reports on the collection of debts for the maintenance of credit cards, which were issued ten years ago and for which at the moment the debts are repaid. Customers are called collectors with claims to pay debts for servicing these cards.
According to users, calls are received from CreditExpress Finance LLC.
The right to collect debts was transferred to Sovcombank, whose services none of the complainants used. It turned out that about ten years ago they used credit cards of JI Mani Bank. For ten years no information about the debt to former clients of the bank has been received.
To date, 9.99% of the shares are owned by the bank. The share of 70.28% belongs to the private limited company Sovko Holding Bi Bi, the key beneficiaries of which are Alexey Fisun (20.49% through Ufa Management LLC SARL and 2.73% directly), the founders of Sovcombank brothers Sergey and Dmitry Hotimsky (20 , 49% and 14.01% respectively), Mikhail Klyukin (13.27%), member of the Board of Directors of the group M. Video Mikhail Kuchment (8.65%), Chairman of the Board Dmitry Gusev (6.30%), Faina Balk (3.07%). Shares of other shareholders do not exceed 3%.
Sovcombank last year tried to get the right to work with the means of state defense order, but failed to get on the list, said the chairman of the bank Dmitry Gusev in an interview with RNS.
"The main disappointment of the year for us is probably that they failed to get on the list of banks for servicing the state defense order," Gusev said, without specifying the details.
Recall, the Central Bank published monthly on its official website a list of banks admitted to work with contracts in the defense sector. However, at the beginning of December last year, information about Russian banks that meet the requirements of the law "On State Defense Order", disappeared from the regulator's page.
Chairman of the Board of Sovcombank. Mr. Gusev Dmitry Vladimirovich from the client of Sovcombank Sincileeva Nina Vladimirovna.
Hello. My repeated appeals to you regarding the revision of the% rate, which is 33.3% per annum though everywhere advertising that pensioners are given a loan at 12% per annum. I ask you, together with the members of the board, to review the% rate downwards.