Member of the Board of Directors of En+ Igor Lojevsky died presumably from coronavirus

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Independent non-Executive Director of En+ Group Igor Lojevsky died 12 April after a short illness. This is stated in the message on the website of the company. It is reported that a new independent non-Executive Director group will be appointed and deadlines.

More about the disease, not specified: according to the source TASS, close to the family Lojevsky, he had confirmed a coronavirus. Forbes, citing a friend Lojevsky also reported that the businessman died of coronavirus. March 25, Igor Lojevsky was 63.

Vasily Lojevsky graduated from Omsk Polytechnic Institute, speciality “Electronic computers”. In 1994-1997 he worked at YUKOS, took including adviser to the President on financial matters.

1998-2000 Lojevsky was an adviser in the Department of Europe and Central Asia region, world Bank. In 2001 he became Director of international Department, corporate Finance at Deutsche Bank. In 2003 he was appointed co-Director of the operations Department of investment banking at Vneshtorgbank (now VTB).

In 2005, the businessman returned to Deutsche Bank as managing Director – head of corporate sales and training deals in Russia and the CIS. In 2007, he was Chairman of global banking and capital markets for Russia and CIS investment Bank Dresdner Kleinwort. From 2008 to 2012 Lojevsky was chief Executive officer of Deutsche Bank in Russia, and in 2012-2014, the global Chairman of Deutsche Bank for Eastern Europe. Included also into Board of Directors “of AerOplot”, Russian Railways and ALROSA.