Photo from UNIAN Russian state-owned Vnesheconombank&#39;s Ukrainian-based subsidiary Prominvestbank in 2018 posted UAH 3.389 billion (US$121.8 million) in losses. Read alsoRussian Sberbank&#39;s Ukrainian subsidiary obliged to pay US$3.4 mln in fines The financial institution&#39;s charter capital was UAH 50.919 billion ($1.8 billion) as of January 1, 2019, according to the bank&#39;s report posted on its website. UNIAN memo. Prominvestbank is one of the largest Ukrainian-based banks in terms of assets. It is owned by the Russian state-run Vnesheconombank (VEB). The sanctions imposed on Russian state banks&#39; Ukrainian subsidiaries have been in effect since March 2017. They ban the withdrawal of capital in favor of the parent structures.