Company Overview of Joint Stock Company Alfa-Bank
Open Joint Stock Company Alfa-Bank provides various financial products and services to corporate and retail customers. It offers corporate and retail banking products and services, including loans, deposits, and credit cards; SME, trade, and structured finance; leasing; and factoring. The company also provides investment banking services comprising advisory and brokerage services, such as proprietary research, equity and derivatives transactions, fixed income sales and trading, and corporate finance. In addition, it offers equity research, payment and account, foreign exchange, cash handling, and custody services. The company operates through approximately 672 branches in the Russian Federat...
27 Kalanchevskaya Street
Founded in 1990
Key Executives for Joint Stock Company Alfa-Bank
Chief Executive Officer, Member of Executive Board and Director
Deputy Chairman of Executive Board and Chief Financial Officer
Director and Chief Executive Officer of Alfa's Banking Group
Chief Executive Officer of Alfa Capital Markets (UK)
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
Joint Stock Company Alfa-Bank Key Developments
Joint Stock Company Alfa-Bank Presents at XI Russia Risk Conference, Nov-13-2015 03:00 PM
Nov 10 15
Joint Stock Company Alfa-Bank Presents at XI Russia Risk Conference, Nov-13-2015 03:00 PM. Venue: Technopolis (42-5, Volgogradsky Ave.), Moscow, Russia. Speakers: Henry Penikas.
Alfa-Bank Reopretedly Acquires Two Leasing Companies
Oct 19 15
Joint Stock Company Alfa-Bank reportedly has satisfied an application submitted to FAS on the acquisition of 100% in Goldline Leasing and Alfa-Leasing OOO, as it was informed.
Alfa-Bank Reports Earnings Results for the First Half of 2015
Oct 9 15
Alfa-Bank reported earnings results for the first half of 2015. For the period, the company reported operating profit before provisioning in the amount of USD 1 056 million. In RUB terms operating profit before provisioning increased by 13.0% during the reporting period. Net interest income declined to USD 659 million. In RUB terms the decrease was 9.1%, which reflects the Bank’s decision to limit loan portfolio growth due to macroeconomic risks increase and borrowers quality deterioration. Net fee and commission income amounted to USD 271 million in first half 2015. Net profit for the reporting period amounted to USD 32 million.
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