How an ex-Goldman banker fought US sanctions over Russia – and won

How an ex-Goldman banker fought US sanctions over Russia – and won
An Otkritie Bank FC PJSC branch in Moscow. (Image: Bloomberg)
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By Daniel Flatley and Áine QuinnElena Titova held top jobs in Moscow for Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley and UBS in her almost three decades as an investment banker, then stuck with the Russian market even as the big US and European banks cut back.Eight days after Vladimir Putin’s forces invaded Ukraine last year, she resigned from the state-run lender where she was a board member. Born to a Russian-Ukrainian family and educated partly in the US, she cut professional ties to the country where she’d made her career. That di...

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