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European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD)

April 2014 — the overall TFP credit limit was increased up to USD 150 mln, In 2013 the total volume of trade finance transactions exceeded USD 1665 mln, of which transactions nearly 5% were financed under the EBRD's facility.

July 2012 — EBRD and IFC, CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW and its shareholder signed the agreements on purchase of 15% of the Bank's shares by EBRD and IFC. In August 2012 additional issue of shares of the Bank in favour of EBRD and IFC completed.

May 2010 — Provision of an SME financing facility.

27 May 2010 — European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW signed a loan agreement whereby EBRD lent USD 20mln for five years to CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW to finance small and medium businesses.

CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW has raised USD65 mln in aggregate from international financial institutions for the purposes of SME financing.

August 2008 — Provision of an SME financing facility.

08 August 2008, London (UK) — a 5-year USD10 mln loan agreement was signed between European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW for the purposes of financing small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in Moscow and other regions of Russia.

August 2008 — Signing of a syndicated loan agreement.

08 August 2008, London (UK) — a USD100 mln A/B structured syndicated loan facility agreement was signed between European Bank for Reconstruction and Development and CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW. Mandated Lead Arrangers of the B loan were Commerzbank, Raiffeisen Zentralbank Österreich, UniCredit and Wachovia. The loan was fully repaid in 2011.

May 2008 — Signing of a revolving credit agreement under the EBRD's Trade Facilitation Program (TFP).

17 May 2008, Kiev: in the course of the annual EBRD Business Forum, CBM and EBRD signed a rouble-denominated revolving credit agreement under the EBRD's Trade Facilitation Program (TFP).

This agreement makes it possible to finance foreign trade transactions where CBM's customers purchase imported goods from Russian suppliers and distributors of foreign manufacturers (direct import). CBM joined the programme in May 2005.

August 2006 — Signing of a subordinated loan agreement.

On 10 August 2006 CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW and EBRD signed a USD20 million subordinated loan agreement. This was the first transaction under EBRD's USD150 million financing program aimed to enhance capitalization of Russian banks approved in July 2006. The loan was fully repaid in 2012.

June 2005 — Long-term loan to finance small and medium enterprises.

On 30 June 2005 a 5-year USD10 mln loan agreement was signed between EBRD and CBM for the purposes of financing small and medium-sized enterprises.

May 2005 — Joining EBRD's Trade Facilitation Program (TFP).

23 May 2005, Belgrade: in the course of the annual EBRD Business Forum, CBM and EBRD signed an agreement whereby the Bank joined the Trade Facilitation Program (TFP) which supports documentary operations in order to promote international commerce.

Under this programme, CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW can finance foreign trade deals under EBRD's cover, which allows CBM to extend its range of partners and its geographical reach through the banks participating in this program.

European Bank for Reconstruction and Development.


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