Amsterdam Trade Bank (ATB) has been declared bankrupt by a Dutch court after the lender and its Russian parent were hit by sanctions imposed by the US and Britain in response to Russia’s assault on Ukraine.

A subsidiary of Russia’s Alfa Bank, ATB was established in 1994 to provide shipping, commodities and trade finance for transactions, mainly between small- and medium-sized enterprises in European countries and counterparties in former Soviet states.

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