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MOSCOW, November 11. /TASS/. The new owner of the bank Uralsib Vladimir Kogan denied media reports about the change in the top management of the bank, the representative of Kogan told TASS Wednesday.
"At the moment Vladimir Kogan continues to consider Uralsib is highly professional and he will be happy to continue the cooperation," the representative of Kogan Irina Volina said.
She noted that Kogan was surprised to learn about his intention to change the bank's current leaders from the media.
Earlier today Forbes said that the new shareholder is willing to part with a team of top managers and replace them with their relatives, citing a source at the bank.