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MOSCOW, September 15 (Itar-Tass) — Ruben Aganbegyan on September 25 quits his post of president of the Moscow Exchange due to transfer to another company, the exchange said in a release.
Ruben Aganbegyan comments: “I got a very good job proposal and accepted it. I’m staying in the market but will assume a new role now and will be happy to cooperate with the Moscow Exchange. The processes that I rolled out at the Exchange are already showing results. The top management of the Exchange is very strong and I am positive that all the forthcoming projects, like IPO, will be successfully realised.”
Ruben Aganbegyan worked at the Moscow Exchange from 2010 and under his management a number of key projects of the Exchange and the Russian financial market in general were realised, the most prominent of them being a merger of the two major Russian exchanges, MICEX and RTS, according to the release.
Alexander Afanasyev, CEO at the Moscow Exchange, commented: “Ruben is a talented financial professional; he pulled off the merger and, undoubtedly, can easily manage other large-scale projects of any difficulty level. We thank him for his work and are certain that we continue our cooperation in the future.”