Russia's Tulin set to leave central bank

Dmitry Tulin, a deputy chairman at the Central Bank of Russia, will leave his post on 1 February and join auditing company Deloitte and Touche.

Tulin has been deputy chairman of the central bank since April 2004. His competences include supervision of activities of crediting organisations.

His main activity was connected with a comprehensive evaluation of the financial condition and quality of governance of crediting organisations in the period of their entrance into the deposit insurance syste

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