August 2011 — SME financing facility.
24 August 2011 — Black Sea Trade and Development Bank and CBM signed a 6-year USD 30 mln SME loan agreement.
September 2010 — Subordinated Loan.
08 September 2010 — CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW raised a USD20 million 7-year subordinated loan from BSTDB. The proceeds are accounted for as capital for regulatory purposes.
October 2009 — Transformation of SME credit line.
12 October 2009 — CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW and BSTDB signed an agreement transforming the SME credit line opened in February 2008. Under the new terms, BSTDB's credit line can be utilized for the purposes of both SME financing and any other types of lending. The restated agreement extends the grace period by three years and the final maturity date by two years. Furthermore, the new transformed credit line is non-collateralized.
February 2008 — SME credit line.
29 February 2008 — BSTDB and CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW signed a 6-year USD 20 million loan agreement for the purposes of financing small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).