Shareholders in Alfa-Bank made a decision not to pay dividends for 2001 at the general annual meeting. Additionally, they elected the Board of Directors, consisting of 7 people. The composition of the board has not changed, except for the fact that a representative of the Bank Restructuring Agency was not included in it this year. Shareholders approved the bank's financial records, including a report on profits and losses for 2001. In accordance with this report, the bank's authorized capital reached RUR768.68m ($24.39m), and the amount of assets was RUR116.74bn ($3.7m). The bank's balance-sheet profit amounted to RUR494.76m ($15.7m). Alfa-Bank shareholders also approved ZAO UNOKON/MS Consulting Group, ZAO Intercom-Audit, ZAO KPMG and ZAO PricewaterhouseCoopers as auditors for checking the bank's financial operations in 2002.
Russia has left the list of 33 largest holders of US government bonds, after the country disposed of at least a third of remaining bonds