Sberbank today is 14 territorial banks and over 16 thousand branches throughout the country in all 83 constituent entities of the Russian Federation located across 11 time zones. Sberbank today is a powerful modern bank which is rapidly becoming one of the major global financial institutions. Over recent years, Sberbank has significantly expanded its international presence. In addition to CIS countries (Kazakhstan, Ukraine and Belarus), Sberbank is present in nine countries of Central and Eastern Europe (Sberbank Europe AG, former VBI) and in Turkey (DenizBank). In July 2014, Sberbank took the first place among the banks of Central and Eastern Europe, as well as the 33rd place in the Top 1000 World Banks published by The Banker.
Russian Agricultural Bank (RusAg) JSC is one of the largest banks in Russia. Set up in 2000 to implement national credit and financial system of agribusiness in the Russian Federation, today it is the full-service commercial bank that provides all types of banking services and one of the leading financial institutions providing lending support to Russian agribusiness. 100% of RusAg’s shares are controlled by the Russian Federation, represented by the Federal Agency on Federal Property Management.
JSC Bank of Georgia is the leading Georgian bank with a market share of 33.4% (based on total assets), 32.0% (based on total loans) and 33.0% (based on client deposits). The Bank offers a broad range of retail banking, corporate banking and investment management services. As of 31 December 2015, Bank of Georgia serviced approximately 2.0 million client accounts through one of the largest distribution networks in Georgia, with 266 branches, the country’s largest ATM network, comprising 746 ATMs, 2,589 Express pay (self-service) terminals and a full-service remote banking platform and modern call center.
ROSGOSSTRAKH BANK (PJSC “RGS Bank”) is a universal commercial bank founded in 1994 (license No. 3073 dated 16.04.2015). It is in the top 60 largest banks in Russia in terms of net assets and capital and provides all types of banking services to both individuals with incomes of various levels and corporate clients. Bank’s customers are more than 2 million individuals and over 22 thousand enterprises. ROSGOSSTRAKH BANK has the second largest network of bank branches in the country. The bank offers products and services to clients in more than 1,700 points of sale in 75 regions of Russia. The Bank’s ATM network includes more than 400 cash machines across Russia.
MTS is the leading telecommunications group in Russia and the CIS. The consolidated subscriber base of the company, without a subscriber base of MTS Belarus, is about 100 million subscribers. MTS and its subsidiary companies render services in the GSM standard in all regions of Russia and also in Armenia, Belarus, Ukraine, Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan.
JSCB Almazergienbank JSC is the largest bank of Yakutia, an important backbone bank of the republic. It is controlled by the government of Yakutia represented by the Ministry of Property and Land Relations. Key areas of activity: lending to corporate customers, attracting citizens' deposits. The bank is also active on the securities market.
RSB holds leading positions in acquiring market, ranking 1st by merchants, 3rd by turnover which represents a new milestone in business growth. Bank is rated among TOP 10 Russian deposit market players. RSB was the first bank, which launched the mPOS project in Russia on the technology of the Russian developer with magstripe cards. In 2014 the bank decided to replace the outdated technology with the solution, provided by CCT Company in order to provide Chip&Pin cards acceptance. The Bank plans to extend several thousand devices per a year.
CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW was founded in 1992 and is now a medium-sized universal privately owned bank operating in Moscow and Moscow region. CBM is now rated 14th among Russian banks by assets according to Interfax-100. It reaches its clients through 61 additional offices, 27 cash offices, 715 ATMs and 5450 payment terminals in Moscow and Moscow Region. CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW is remarkable for its strong business diversification, efficient risk management system, long-term partnerships and efficient delivery of service packages.
Bank Saint Petersburg PJSC was founded in 1990. The Bank operates in St. Petersburg, Leningrad Region, Moscow and Kaliningrad. According to the results of the annual financial statements the Bank has demonstrated stable and consistent results in all major financial services markets over the past decade. Its priorities include arranging credit, payments, and cash management, servicing both legal entities and individuals operating in the foreign exchange market and interbank loans market and securities. Its in-house processing center allows the Bank to provide the highest level of support and service for credit card holders.
Avangard Bank was founded in 1994. By now, its customer base has over 100 thousand corporate clients and over 1 million private clients. Successful work of Avangard Bank demonstrates convincingly the correctness of its development strategy as a universal credit institution that actively develops both retail and corporate banking business lines.
Joint Stock Company National System of Payment Cards (NSPK), the operator of Mir National Payment System, was established on July 23, 2014. 100% of JSC NSPK shares belong to the Central Bank of the Russian Federation.
The project with the national processing center of Belarus has been launched. The Processing center currently serves 18 banks and its acquiring market share in Belarus is approximately 80%. The project, which was initiated by our Company, assumes the distribution of several tens of thousands of Chip&Pin devices on the territory of the country.
BelGazPromBank The Bank was founded in 1990 as Ekorazvitie commercial bank by a number of Belarusian entities. It was later renamed Olymp Bank, finally being re-named Belgazprombank in 1997. The aim of Belgazprombank is to contribute to the formation of economically effective conditions for the subjects of economy management of the Republic of Belarus by offering a wide range of services of the bank as a universal financial-crediting enterprise.
Bai-Tushum has been operating in the financial market since 2000, having commenced its activities in 1997 as an international project under Food for Progress monetization programme, implemented by American NGO ACDI/VOCA and Swiss organization Caritas. Bai-Tushum has confidently and dynamically developed from being a financial fund and microfinance company with the license entitling to mobilize deposits to a full-service Bank with full-fledged banking license. During this period the institution has become one of the largest financial institutions in the Kyrgyz Republic with the total assets of KGS 7.1 bn. and client base of more than 91 thousand clients.
May 2015- BPS Sberbank launched mobile acquiring service, based on M4Bank.mPOS solution. The mobile terminal accepts bank cards Visa, MasterCard, BELCARD, American Express. «BPS Sberbank» was established in 1923. It is one of the oldest and biggest banks in the Republic of Belarus.
Khaan Bank, with 500 branches across all of Mongolia with more than 4000 employees, is the largest bank in Mongolia, providing banking services to an estimated 80% of Mongolian households. The Bank finances corporate, small and medium businesses, consumers, and individuals. 100 percent of the Bank’s branches are operating on a real time basis providing customers with direct access to all banking services from everywhere in Mongolia.
TATFONDBANK is a universal bank with state participation rendering all kinds of banking services to individual and corporate customers. The Bank was established in 1994.
Tatfondbank is among 50 largest banks of Russia in assets. At 1 May 2014, its assets totaled RUB 133 billion and its equity – RUB 15.3 billion. Tatfondbank is a principal member of VISA and MasterCard international payment systems. The fee-free cash withdrawal network includes over 1 200 ATMs.
Kcell is one of the three licensed GSM mobile network operators in Kazakhstan. The company was established in 1998 and since February 1999 it began rendering services of cellular communication under the trade mark Kcell. Activ brand was launched in September the same year. On December 31th, 2013 subscriber base totaled 14.3 million people. Company provides mobile communication in all settlements with population of 1000 people.
MOSST Payments was founded on August 08, 2012. The company's mission is to create and develop modern payment services in demand in Ukraine. MOSST Payments struggles for convenience and speed of their solutions.
SKB bank was established in 1990 on the base of the Sverdlovsk regional office of Agroprombank. Maintaining the status of a reliable, sustainable and profitable bank, the Bank acts as a professional partner the target of which is to create the most-favored treatment of business growth of its partners. The head office is situated in Ekaterinburg.
Best2Pay is a processing center, aggregating on-line payments for the following areas: Internet commerce (e-shops) Service Start-Ups Apps for mobile phones and smartphones.Best2Pay is an international company which has been created and is run by banking and e-commerce experts & professionals.
Teledok is a service company, which maintains CJS «Solid Bank» and LLC «Solid-ASK». The company established a credit platform «Teledok», which is used for the electronic registration of bank guarantees, required for the members of government order. Innovative services of «Teledok» allow customers to remotely interact with the specialists of the Bank and, if necessary, to make corrections in the documents. Such a form of functioning expedites the procedure for obtaining a bank guarantee, making it as convenient as possible for customers and most importantly, predictable by time limits.
Closed Joint Stock Company “Surgutneftegasbank” is one of the biggest regional banks of Russia.
The history of the Bank started on May 15th 1965, when the Tyumen branch of the USSR -Stroibank- opened a division in Surgut. In 1988, the Surgut division became a branch Bank of the USSR -Promstroibank. On October 25th 1990, the branch bank was reformed again into Surgut's commercial bank and was named "Surgutneftegasbank". Further reforms on August 2nd 1999, created the Close Joint Stock Company "Surgutneftegasbank". For the last five years the Bank has presented its annual report according to Russian and International Standards.
SDM-Bank was founded in September, 1991. SDM-Bank's Balance Sheet for FYE13 is RUB 38 billion according to IFRS (USD 1.2 billion). The Bank is headquartered in Moscow, and has 13 full-service offices and 25 satellite offices, 9 regional branches in Perm, Voronezh, Saint-Petersburg, Krasnoyarsk, Tver, Nizhniy Novgorod, Omsk, Rostov-on-Don and Yekaterinburg, Nizhniy Novgorod, Omsk and Rostov-on-Don, and also has a representative office in London. The Bank maintains over 14 000 business and 85 000 private customers.
CJSC Bank «Reserve finance and investments» has been operating since 2000. The Bank aims to attract new clients and increase its financial results by ensuring the whole range of banking services and adding new products and solution. The Bank is going to make banking service a mandatory part of everyday life, it is going to transform it into status of some development source, stability and independence charge, personal and family financial prosperity basis and the powerful career tool.
Primorye Bank is one of the largest regional banks in the country, is one of the most stable and competent financial structures of the Far East and has a reputation as a reliable financial partner in the business community of the region, including public authorities and the population of Primorsky and Khabarovsk Krai. Among its customers - a significant part of enterprises, representing virtually all sectors of the maritime economy.
Asian-Pacific Bank is one of the largest privately-owned banks in the Eastern part of the Russian Federation. It was established in 1992 as Amurpromstroybank and rebranded in 2006, the Bank provides full range of banking services and products for individuals and corporate customers. The Bank′s transparency and stable positions are confirmed by leading international and Russian rating agencies.
Bank of Moscow is one of Russia’s largest universal banks, providing financial services to corporate entities and individuals. The Bank provides services to over 120,000 corporate and 9 million individual clients. It has a presence in practically all the country’s economically important regions, and has 273 independent units, including additional offices and processing outlets. As set out in its development strategy, Bank of Moscow prioritizes innovation, and offering high-tech products and services.