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CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW (open joint-stock company) ("CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW" or "CBM" or the "Bank"), one of the largest privately owned banks in Russia, today announces that it has completed the initial public offering ("IPO", the "Offering') of its ordinary shares (the "Shares") on the Moscow Exchange.

  • CBM has raised RUB 13.2 billion during the Offering completed on 30th June, 2015.
  • As a result of the Offering, Bank's free float of the Shares will stand at circa 18.8%.
  • Based on the offer price of RUB 3.62 per share, CBM's market capitalisation is RUB 70.2 billion.
  • More than 450 orders have been placed by investors during CBM's IPO.
  • Public trading of Shares on the Moscow Exchange will begin today at 10:00 Moscow time.
  • VTB Capital was the Sole Global Coordinator and Bookrunner of the Offering. REGION Brokerage Co and ATON Investment Company acted as Co-Lead Managers of the Offering.

Vladimir Chubar, the Chairman of the Management Board of the Bank, commented: "We are delighted with the results of the IPO, as many investors have shown interest in the investment case of CBM. We were able to build a quality and diversified order book, consisting of both institutional and retail investors. We welcome our new shareholders and we remain focused on developing the Bank to enhance the value of our business."