UniCredit appointed Svetlana Gromyko-Piradova as head of structured trade and export finance at ZAO UniCredit Bank in January 2012.
Before joining UniCredit, Gromyko-Piradova was at SACE, the Italian export credit agency, where she ran the agency’s operation in Russia as head of SACE Moscow representative office. Prior to SACE, she worked for BNP Paribas in Moscow as a relationship manager in the commodity trade finance department. She has more than 15 years of experience in the international trade finance environment within financial institutions and international credit agencies.
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