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Bank of Moscow is one of Russia’s largest universal banks, providing financial services to corporate entities and individuals. The bank’s principal shareholder is VTB Bank. (96.88 percent).

As set out in its development strategy, Bank of Moscow prioritises innovation, and offering high-tech products and services.

Bank of Moscow provides services to 114,000 corporate and 9 million individual clients. It has a presence in practically all the country’s economically important regions, and has 273 independent units, including additional offices and processing outlets. As of 1 July 2015, the Bank had 134 units in Russia’s regions. It has 139 offices in Moscow and the Moscow region. Services to individuals are provided at 424 post offices and banks in the capital.

Bank of Moscow has its own processing centre, certified by Visa International and MasterCard international payment systems. As of 1 July 2015, the Bank’s card portfolio was 6.3 million. It has a diversified network of over 1,970 of its own ATMs. The integrated ATM network of banks affiliated with VTB Group — Bank of Moscow, VTB 24 and Leto Bank — has over 12,000. The network charges zero commission for clients’ cash withdrawals.

The Group also includes two subsidiary banks: BM Bank (Ukraine) and the Estonian Credit Bank (Estonia).

International rankings attest to Bank of Moscow’s superior reliability. The bank’s long-term credit rating according to Moody’s Investors Service is Ba2, and according to Standard & Poor’s, ВВ+.

Head office of the Bank of Moscow