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Company Overview of Uniastrum Bank (LLC)

Company Overview

Uniastrum Bank (LLC), a credit institution, delivers financial products and services for the retail segment, and the small and medium-sized business community in the Russian Federation. Its retail product mix includes various types of borrowing options, cash management, card issuance and administration, deposits, various cash operations, and money transfers. The company offers corporate products and services, including cash management, deposit products, lending lines, and Internet banking. It also provides small businesses and sole proprietors with a range of credit and deposit products by incorporating various programs and lending schemes tailored to their objectives and projects. The compa...

Suvorovskaya sq. 1

Moscow,  127473

Russia

Founded in 1994

Phone:

7 495 744 0404

Fax:

7 495 973 0282

Key Executives for Uniastrum Bank (LLC)

Chairman of Management Board
President
Chief Financial Officer and Member of The Management Board
Chief Legal Officer, Vice President and Member of the Management Board
Chief Business Development Officer, Vice-President and Member of The Management Board
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.

Uniastrum Bank (LLC) Key Developments

Uniastrum Bank Owner Targets 2 Vnesheconombank Units

Artem Avetisyan, owner of Uniastrum Bank (LLC) is reportedly in talks to acquire State Corporation Bank for Development and Foreign Economic Affairs (Vnesheconombank) units.

Uniastrum Bank Reports Earnings Results for the Period from January to September 2016

Uniastrum Bank reported earnings results for the period from January to September 2016. For the period, the company reported net profit of RUB 800 million under RAS against a loss of RUB 4.5 billion in the same period of 2015.

Credit Europe Bank Shareholders Suspend Talks To Sell

The shareholders of Credit Europe Bank Ltd. have halted negotiations on the sale of the bank, a source close to the bank told Interfax. Unofficial reports that Credit Europe Bank's shareholders were considering selling the lender emerged in February 2016 amid the deterioration of Russian-Turkish relations and the economic climate in Russia. Public Joint-stock company Sovcombank and Uniastrum Bank (LLC) were mentioned as potential buyers. But the source close to Credit Europe Bank said the shareholders have decided not to sell the bank.

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