Sberbank to open direct banking business in Germany
VIENNA, June 12
VIENNA, June 12 (Reuters) - Russia's largest lender, Sberbank, intends to open a direct banking business in Germany by the third quarter of this year, the head of its European operations said on Thursday.
Mark Arnold told journalists in Vienna the bank had received approval from the German financial regulator, BaFin.
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