The share of current shareholders «FC Opening» the Bank will not exceed 25%

© RIA Novosti / Natalia to Seliverstova in photobacteria the Central Bank of Russia on Neglinnaya street in Moscow. Archival photoThe share of current shareholders «FC Opening» the Bank will not exceed 25%© RIA Novosti / Natalia to Seliverstova the image Bank

The rights of existing shareholders «FC Opening» will be restored after the end of the interim administration, but their share in the Bank will not exceed 25%, follows from materials of Bank of Russia.

The Bank of Russia earlier on Tuesday announced the implementation of several measures aimed at improving the financial stability of the Bank «FC Opening». In particular, the Bank introduced a temporary administration, and the main investor will be the Central Bank using the funds of the consolidation of the banking sector.

«After the end of the interim administration rights of existing shareholders are restored, while the proportion of ordinary shares of the Bank, which they continue to own may not exceed 25%, — stated in the materials.

During the period of interim administration, the authorized capital of the Bank is provided in accordance with the amount of own funds, and if they are negative, the share capital reduced to one ruble. In the latter case, existing shareholders completely lose ownership of the Bank, said the regulator. At the final stage of recovery, the administration plans to convene an extraordinary meeting of shareholders, which decides on the establishment of new governments, and then her work will stop.

The key shareholder is the «OTKRITIE holding», which owns 66,64% of the voting shares.

«FC Opening» is a commercial Bank, which was formed through the integration of more than 10 banks of various sizes. Customer base the combined Bank has more than 30 thousand corporate clients, 165 thousand small business customers and about 3.2 million individuals. According to RIA Rating, on 1 August, the Bank «FC Opening» took the eighth place in the list of Russian banks by size of assets.

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