Yota has a new CEO. Said Munaev’s place was taken by the manager of MegaFon, Yota’s parent company, Dmitry Zabuga. He will combine two positions: the head of Yota and the head of the division at MegaFon.
The entry and change of the CEO of Yota (Skartel LLC) appeared in the Unified State Register of Legal Entities. Said Munaev ceased to be the head of the company, Dmitry Zabuga took his place. He has been in charge of Yota since October 14, MegaFon told TASS, where Zabuga holds the position of head of legal support for current client operations.
Dmitry Zabuga will combine positions: he will remain the head of the division at Megafon and manage Yota, a subsidiary of Megafon. From the Unified State Register of Legal Entities, it follows that Zabuga is headed by two more Megafon legal entities: Megatech LLC and MF Digital LLC.
Said Munaev, who has led Yota since 2021, is leaving the company, the reasons for his departure are unknown.
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