MKB has published its Human Rights Policy


The Human Rights Policy systematises Credit Bank of Moscow's (MKB) human rights commitments and principles such as: eliminating discrimination, violence and child labour practices, supporting diversity of its staff, ensuring favourable and safe working conditions, guaranteeing confidentiality for its employees and respecting their privacy.

MKB undertakes to monitor human rights violations and take appropriate corrective actions. All human rights information is presented on an annual basis in MKB's public and assured non-financial statements. To raise its employees' awareness, MKB is to give special human rights training sessions, engaging both internal and external experts this year.

The document is based on Russian social and labour laws, international agreements and conventions, as well as expectations of the leading ESG agencies.

MKB's Human Rights Policy can be viewed or downloaded here. Any queries regarding its contents and application may be sent to MKB's Sustainable Development Division at