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The Only Son of the Head of VTB Bank Crashed Dead
4.07.2011 12:28
The Only Son of the Head of VTB Bank Crashed Dead

Andrei Kostin, top manager of Russian subsidiary of Deutsche Bank, son of the president of VTB bank, crashed dead in the Yaroslav region. 

      Kostin was riding a quadrabike without a helmet. The accident occured in a forest, not far from Pereslavl-Zaleski. The quad skidded into a ditch, and crashed in a tree. 

      Andrei Kostin was a managing director of an investment bank division, deputy chairman of the board of Deutsche Bank. Kostin worked in Deutsche Bank since 2000. He was the only son of the head of VTB state-owned bank.


Author: Ksenia Dzhalagonia

Tags: Russian businessmen Russian banks accident   

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