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Company Overview of Open Joint Stock Company Russian Bank for Small and Medium Enterprises Support

Company Overview

Open Joint Stock Company Russian Bank for Small and Medium Enterprises Support provides financial assistance for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) in the Russian Federation. The company offers financial support for SME’s innovation, modernization, and energy-efficiency projects; microfinance and loans; and leasing and factoring services in non-trade sectors. It provides its funding services for partner-banks and non-bank financial institutions, such as leasing and factoring companies, microfinancing organizations, regional funds, direct investment funds, etc. The company was founded in 1999 and is based in Moscow, the Russian Federation. Open Joint Stock Company Russian Bank for Smal...

79 Sadovnicheskaya Street

Moscow,  115035

Russia

Founded in 1999

Phone:

7 495 783 7998

Fax:

7 495 783 7974

Key Executives for Open Joint Stock Company Russian Bank for Small and Medium Enterprises Support

Chief Executive Officer
Finance Director
Head of Retail Division
Deputy Head of Department for Retail Business
Head of Press-Center
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Open Joint Stock Company Russian Bank for Small and Medium Enterprises Support Key Developments

MSP Bank AO Appoints Olga Kashanova as Head of the Internal Audit Service

On November 7, 2016, the Board of Directors of MSP Bank AO voted to appoint Olga Kashanova as head of the Internal Audit Service effective November 8, 2016.

Open Joint Stock Company Russian Bank for Small and Medium Enterprises Support, Board Meeting, Sep 09, 2016

Open Joint Stock Company Russian Bank for Small and Medium Enterprises Support, Board Meeting, Sep 09, 2016. Agenda: To consider the programme of the sale (alienation) of non-core assets of MSP Bank; to approve the register of non-core assets of MSP Bank; and to approve the plan to sell company's non-core asset - a 5.0900716% stake in the charter capital of RAZVITIYE OOO. / MSP Bank.

MSB Bank To Sell Non Core Assets

The Supervisory Board of Open Joint Stock Company Russian Bank for Small and Medium Enterprises Support (MSB Bank) approved the program of the sale (alienation) of non-core assets of MSP Bank. The company plans to divest 5.0900716% stake in the charter capital of Razvitiye OOO.

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