Sergey Khotimskiy

First Deputy Chairman in Москва, Россия

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First Deputy Chairman of Sovcombank PJSC

He is the key co-founder and key shareholder of Sovcombank. The Bank is one of the top 5 players in the Russian debt market as an arranger and an underwriter of corporate and municipal bonds.

Sergey Vladimirovich Khotimskiy was born in 1978 in Moscow. In 1999 he graduated from the International University in Moscow (IUM), majoring in law (jurisprudence).

Sergey Khotimskiy entered banking in 2001, when he and his partners acquired Buikombank, one of the smallest banks, based in Bui, Kostroma Oblast, which later was renamed Sovcombank. Currently, Sergey Khotimskiy and his brother Dmitry own over 30% of the Bank's shares, and he himself directly participates in the operations management of the credit institution, holding the position of First Deputy Chairman.

Sergey Khotimskiy is the founder of Future Now, a charity that supports orphans and foster families. Owing to cooperation with the local government of Kostroma region, the number of orphans and children left without parenting and in need of family has decreased from 450 to 215 in three years. The amount of funds raised by the Fund for the "I Want Home" charity project has reached over 100 million roubles.

The main hobby of Sergey Khotimskiy is cane collecting. Nowadays his collection is one of the biggest in Russia.

Marital status — he is married and has two daughters.

Sovcombank PJSC is a Russian universal bank with head office in Kostroma. Full name – Public Joint-Stock Company Sovcombank. General licence No. 963 for banking operations issued by the Central Bank of the Russian Federation. Licences for securities operations and depositary activities issued by the Federal Commission on Securities Market.

Nowadays it is in the top 20 Russian banks in terms of net worth, has a network of more than 2000 branches and offices in 75 regions of Russia. The Bank is one of the leading arrangers in the bond market, is in the top 10 auto loan banks, and also ranks third in terms of loans to the Russian Federation's constituent entities and municipalities.

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