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Amsterdam Trade Bank

Amsterdam Trade Bank N.V. (ATB)
Industry Financial services
Founded 1994
Headquarters Amsterdam, Netherlands
Revenue Increase 103.1 million (2010)
Increase €32.8 million (2010)
Increase €8.16 million (2010)
Number of employees
200 (2014)
Parent Alfa-Bank
Website .eu.atbankwww

Amsterdam Trade Bank is a commercial bank registered in The Netherlands, which is almost 100%-owned by the Russian Alfa-Bank since March 2001.

The company was founded in 1994 as Stolichny Bank International, a subsidiary of the Russian SBS-AGRO Bank, to provide trade financing for companies wishing to do business in Russia and former Soviet states.


ATB is a subsidiary of Russian private investment consortium Alfa Group, controlled throughout directly by Alfa-Bank Russia.

Corporate governance

Acting directors of ATB in 2015 are:

  • Igor Pakan – CCO
  • Eric Steeghs – CFO
  • Peter Ullmann - CRO

There are also a number of non-acting directors in Supervisory Board.


ATB is supervised by De Nederlandsche Bank and Central Bank of Russia.

Business activity

Commercial representative for ATB is Igor Pakan.

As a commercial bank, ATB is quite active in documentary credits, guarantees and other trade finance services for European business clients, especially participating in East-West European Business Relationship. The Documentary Business representative is Elena Zotkina.

ATB is also active and well established in FI relationship, under Vadim Gurkovsky.


As an international bank, ATB employs about 200 people of mostly Dutch, but also Ukrainian, Russian, German, French and English origin.


The official spokesperson for ATB is Ira Boven; she is also the PA and Aid for CEO.


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