Main business activities
|Corporate Banking||Retail Banking||International Business|
|Corporate lending||Car loans||Trade and structured finance|
|Leasing||Mortgage lending||International settlements|
|Factoring||Bank cards||Syndicated loans|
|Documentary transactions||Deposits by individuals||Eurobonds|
|Accounts & payments||General purpose loans||Multi-purpose projects with IFIs|
|Foreign exchange control||Payments and money transfers||Foreign exchange and banknote transactions|
|Cash collection & delivery||Lease of individual safe deposit boxes|
|Liquidity placement||Current accounts maintenance|
|Payroll projects||Unit investment funds|
CBM was a pioneer in the market and now enjoys leadership positions supported by EBRD and BSTDB.
It is one of the priorities of CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW to engage in international projects that encourage its customers' foreign trade to develop and foreign investments and credit resources to flow to the Russian economy.
Big volumes of trade financed by the Bank, its wide network of foreign counterparties and stainless reputation in the international market earned it leading positions in trade finance.
The Bank cooperates with such prominent international financial institutions as International Finance Corporation, European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, and Black Sea Trade and Development Bank on a number of projects concerning, inter alia, trade finance, Tier II capital finance, targeted on-lending programmes and syndicated loans. Since 2012 IFC and EBRD have also been shareholders of the Bank in line with Rossium Concern, LLC and RBOF (owned by IFC Russian Bank Capitalization Fund).
The international syndicated loan market first saw CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW in 2003. Since then, it has raised about USD 1.5 bln by means of 13 syndicated loans.
The Bank has also been in the Eurobond market since 2006 when its debut USD 100 mln issue was placed. In 2011 the Bank's second USD 200 mln Eurobond issue was placed. In 2013 the third senior Eurobond and the first subordinated Eurobond issues for the amount of USD 500 mln each were placed. As of now, it has three Eurobond issues outstanding, including two issues in 2013 and a RUB 5 bln 16.5% subordinated Eurobond maturing in 5.5 years placed in December 2014.
The Bank's nostro correspondent network numbers more than 25 largest foreign banks in 9 countries, which allows the Bank to ensure efficient execution of international payments to any place in the world.
- International Finance Corporation (IFC)
- European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)
- Black Sea Trade and Development Bank (BSTDB)