Pavel Teplukhin, Chief Country Officer, Deutsche Bank Group in Russia, is included in the “Hall of Fame” of the Russian Banking Forum held in London on December 3-5, 2013.
Eamonn Butler, Director and co-founder of the Adam Smith Institute, said: “Pavel Teplukhin is a Russian entrepreneur, financier, economist, one of the founders of the company Troika Dialog, chairman of Rosnano committee for strategy, CEO of Deutsche Bank Russia since 2012, a board member of the Centre for international trade, one of the founders and permanent board member of the 2015 Club. For many years he oversaw the development of Troika Dialog. He played a key role in the creation of a Russian securities market, Russian collective investments industry, and Russian private banking industry. He co-designed the country’s pension reform, and created the first mutual funds for real estate and life insurance”.
The Hall of Fame of the Russian Banking Forum marks the outstanding achievements and significant contributions to the banking sector by the true financial luminaries in Russia for the past 20 years. The initiative was launched in 2013 to mark the 20th anniversary of the Russian Banking Forum.