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The Bank of Moscow is one of the leading universal commercial banks in the Russian Federation (top-5) in terms of assets and capital and in terms of the volume of funds drawn from the population.

The Bank’s key shareholder is the VTB Group (95.53%). The Bank’s development strategy defines that the Bank of Moscow will develop as an independent versatile commercial bank within the VTB Group. The Bank’s priority development zone is Moscow and the Moscow Area.

In its development the Bank of Moscow will lay a special emphasis on innovative and Hi Tech products and services including services provided to small and medium size business being one of the Bank’s priorities.

Strong client confidence and brand recognition contribute a lot to expansion of customer base in both retail and corporate areas. Currently, The Bank of Moscow provides services to over 100,000 corporate clients and over 9 million private customers. Among its corporate clients are major enterprises of various sectors of economy and SMEs.

With 308 offices, the Bank’s branch network covers practically all major economic centers of the country from St Petersburg and Kaliningrad in the West to Vladivostok and Yuzhno-Sakhalinsk in the East. As of 1 April 2014 apart from 136 offices in Moscow and the Moscow region, the Bank operated 172 points-of-sale across the country. The Bank also delivers services to individuals at 424 Moscow based postal offices.

The Bank owns 3 foreign subsidiary banks: BM Bank (Kiev, Republic of Ukraine), Bank Moscow-Minsk (Minsk, Republic of Belarus), AS Eesti Krediidipank (Tallinn, Estonia).

The Bank of Moscow operates its own Processing Centre certified by Visa International and MasterCard international payment systems. As of 31 January 2014 the card portfolio accounts for 6.53 million cards. As of 1 January 2014 the Bank operates a wide network of its own ATM terminals (2009 terminals). The VTB Group (the Bank of Moscow, VTB24) united ATM network accounts for more than 11 thousand terminals (commission for withdrawing one’s own funds has been cancelled).

A high reliability of the Bank of Moscow is confirmed by ratings of international rating agencies. A long-term credit rating of the Bank of Moscow assigned by Moody’s Investors Service is Ba1, and a relevant rating by Standard & Poor’s is BBB.



Head office of the Bank of Moscow