CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW is highly committed to communicating with its shareholders and giving them access to its information and documents.
This section will provide you up-to-date information about the Bank's shareholders, shareholder calendar, registrar and dividend payments.
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General shareholders’ meeting
This section contains notices and minutes of General Shareholders’ Meetings, draft amendments to, or a restated version of, the Bank’s Charter, draft bylaws, annual report and annual accounting(financial statements), if included in the information (materials)deliverable to persons entitled to participate in the relevant General Shareholders’ Meeting and referenced in the ballot.Materials of General Shareholders’ meetings
This section contains up-to-date information on dividend payments to the shareholders of CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW.
The decision to pay (declare) dividends, including any decision on dividend size and payment procedure for shares of each category (type) shall be taken by the General Shareholders' Meeting based on the Supervisory Board's recommendations.
Dividends shall be paid out of the Bank's net income and distributed among shareholders pro rata to the number of their shares of respective category and type.
Any dividend amounts recommended by the Supervisory Board to the General Shareholders’ Meeting shall be equal to at least 10% of the Bank’s RAS net income.
The Bank must pay any declared dividends to the persons registered in the Bank’s share register within 25 (twenty five) business days or, if they are nominees or stock market professional participants acting as asset managers, 10 (ten) business days of the date as at which persons entitled to dividends are identified.
CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW’s Dividend Policy was approved by the Supervisory Board of the Bank on June 24, 2014 and is available on the Bank's website.
The annual General Shareholders' Meeting held on June 14, 2018 decided not to pay any dividends for 2017.