Rosbank, Intersoft, Finance Ministry OFZ Plan: Russia Bond Alert

OAO Rosbank, Intersoft and ZAO Baltiysky Bereg are among Russian issuers that are planning to sell bonds. The Finance Ministry published its schedule for first-quarter domestic debt sales.

Domestic Issuance

FINANCE MINISTRY: Finance Ministry plans to offer 305.6 billion rubles of OFZs, of which 102.3 billion rubles of the bonds will be auctioned in January, according to a schedule on its website. (Added Dec. 26)

ROSBANK: Russian lender opens the book today on 3 billion rubles of 3-year bonds with fixed coupon of 0.1 percent and additional yield linked to the Micex Index, according to a regulatory (Added Dec. 26)

INTERSOFT: The computer company opens the book today on 10 billion rubles of 15-year bonds, priced at 79.2% of the face value, according to a regulatory filing. (Added Dec. 26)

OOO HSBC BANK: Russian unit of HSBC registers 10 billion rubles of bonds with the country’s central bank, according to a regulatory filing. (Added Dec. 26)

AGENCY FOR MORTGAGE LENDING: The state-run company plans to sell the sale of 60 billion rubles, according to regulatory filings. (Added Dec. 26)

VEB-LEASING: The company, controlled by Russia’s state development bank, registered 30 billion rubles of bonds with the markets regulator, according to a regulatory filing. (Added Dec. 26)

RUSSIAN HELICOPTERS: The aircraft manufacturer plans 15 billion rubles of five-year bonds, according to regulatory filing. (Added Dec. 25)

SME BANK: The lender plans five series of bonds totaling 20 billion rubles, according to a filing. (Added Dec. 25)

ZAO Baltiysky Bereg: The Russian seafood company plans to sell 1 billion rubles of five-year bonds on Dec. 28, according a regulatory filing. (Added Dec. 24)

OAO RUSSIAN AGRICULTURAL BANK: The lender plans to sell as much as 30 billion rubles of bonds, according to a regulatory filing. (Added Dec. 21)

OAO OTP BANK: The lender plans to sell as much as 20 billion rubles of domestic bonds, according to regulatory filing. (Added Dec. 21)

OOO GAZPROM CAPITAL: The unit of Russia’s natural gas exporter registered 30 billion rubles of bonds with the market watchdog, according to an e-mailed statement from the Federal Financial Markets Service. (Added Dec. 21)

OAO RESO-GARANTIA: The company plans 6 billion rubles of 10-year bonds, according to regulatory filings. (Added Dec. 20)

OAO STROYTRANSGAZ: The board is planning to discuss a sale of ruble bonds at a Dec. 28 meeting, according to a regulatory filing. (Added Dec. 20)

OAO MOBILE TELESYSTEMS: The company plans 30 billion rubles of domestic bonds, according to regulatory filings. (Added Dec. 19)

CHELPIPE: The company delayed the placement of 8.225 billion rubles of bonds until Dec. 21, according to regulatory filings. (Added Dec. 19)

OAO SBERBANK: The lender plans as much as 500 billion rubles of three-year ruble bonds, according to regulatory filings. (Added Dec. 14)

OAO ROSBANK (ROSB): The lender plans 35 billion rubles of bonds in four issues, according to regulatory filings. (Added Dec. 14)

LIFE CONSUMER FINANCE BV: The company is accepting bids until Feb. 5 for 3.2 billion rubles of bonds, according to a regulatory filing. (Added Dec. 14)

OAO BANK OF MOSCOW: The lender plans 60 billion rubles of bonds in four issues of 10 billion rubles each and four issues of 5 billion rubles each, according to regulatory filing. (Added Dec. 11)

OAO RUSSIAN RAILWAYS: Russian Railways to borrow as much as 100 billion rubles of non-market bonds annually for the next three years, Pavel Ilyichev, deputy head of corporate finance dept., said in Moscow. (Added Dec. 10)

OAO NOVOLIPETSK STEEL: The company is planning 50 billion rubles of three-year bonds, according to a statement. (Added Dec. 5)

OAO TATFONDBANK: The lender plans to sell as much as 12 billion rubles of bonds, according to a regulatory filing. (Added Nov. 30)

RMK-FINANS: The unit of Russian Copper Co. is planning 16 billion rubles of bonds, the issuer said in a regulatory filing. (Added Nov. 26)

SOYUZ BANK: The lender registered 4 billion rubles of five- year bonds with Bank Rossii, according to a regulatory filing. (Added Nov. 26)

OAO TRANSCONTAINER: The company is planning to raise 3 billion to 5 billion rubles next year with bonds or loans for refinancing, Andrey Zhemchugov, capital markets director, said by phone. (Added Nov. 22)

OAO STATE TRANSPORT LEASING COMPANY: The board approved the sale of 10 billion rubles of bonds, according to a statement. (Added Nov. 19)

OOO BANK MBA-MOSCOW: The unit of the International Bank of Azerbaijan plans to sell 3 billion rubles of three-year bonds, according to a regulatory filing. (Added Nov. 19)

CITY OF MOSCOW: Moscow may return to the market in February for its first sale of debt in more than two years, said Alexander Kovalenko, the deputy head of the municipal government’s finance department. (Added Nov. 16)

OAO GAZPROMBANK: The lender registered 30 billion rubles of bonds in three issues with the central bank, according to company filings. (Added Nov. 14)

OOO TRANSFIN-M: The company is planning as much as 10 billion rubles of three-year bonds, according to filings. (Added Nov. 9)

ZAO KEDR BANK: The lender plans to sell as much as 5 billion rubles of bonds, according to a filing. (Added Nov. 6)

International Issuance

OAO GAZPROMBANK: The lender is considering selling $1 billion in Eurobonds and as much as $3 billion in debt next year, Ignat Dirks, head of debt management, said on a call with analysts. (Added Dec. 13)

ZAO DELTACREDIT: The lender may sell 15 billion rubles of mortgage-backed Eurobonds next year and as many as three issues of domestic bonds, Interfax reported, citing Chief Executive Officer Sergei Ozerov. (Added Dec. 12)

OAO PHOSAGRO: The company is considering sell $500 million of debut Eurobonds in the first quarter of next year, according to a person familiar with the plans. (Added Dec. 6)

OAO NOMOS BANK: The lender’s board approved the sale of as much as $300 million in bonds, according to a statement. (Added Dec. 6)

RENAISSANCE CREDIT: The lender is considering a sale of Eurobonds, its first in two years, in the first quarter of 2013, according to a person familiar with the matter who declined to be identified because the plans aren’t public. (Added Nov. 20)

OTKRITIE FINANCIAL CORP.: The company may sell a debut Eurobond next year as the brokerage prepares to buy OAO Nomos Bank, according to the company. (Added Nov. 16)

RUSSIAN HELICOPTERS: The company is considering selling $300 million of Eurobonds by the end of this year or the beginning of 2013 to refinance debt, Chief Financial Officer Sergey Yarkovoy said. (Added Sept. 11)

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