Rosbank is the largest privately owned bank in Russia. The bank operates in Belorussia and Switzerland through Belrosbank (Minsk) and Rosbank (Geneva).
Societe Generale is the principal shareholger of Rosbank, in February 2008 the Group exercised the option to increase its stake to 50 % plus 1 share hence taking control of Rosbank.
Rosbank’s primary activities include retail and corporate banking, investment banking, treasury related operations, trade finance, asset management, private banking, custody and depositary services, international and domestic settlement services, credit card services.
The Bank has established correspondent relations with such financial institutions, as Bank of New York, Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi, Commerzbank AG, Credit Suisse First Boston, HSBC Bank USA, Sampo Bank, IntesaBCI, Nordea Bank Norge A.S.A. and others.
Rosbank is a member of the international telecommunications association SWIFT, a principal member of VISA International and MasterCard International. It also takes part in the National Securities Association and participates in the currency section and SELT (System of Electronic Tenders) of the Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange.
Rosbank is ranked second and third among Russian private banks in terms of assets and capital. Over the last few years, Rosbank has been demonstrating rapid growth of all the key indicators.
Rosbank intends to secure its positions due to the competitive advantages such as the extensive branch network, full range of banking services for all customer groups, impeccable reputation, experienced staff, financial safety and stability.
Expand Retail Banking Operations
Develop SME Banking Services
Enlarge and Optimize Branch Network
Maintain Strong Position in Corporate Banking
Increase transparency and improve corporate governance
Increase transparency and improve corporate governance in accordance with internationally accepted practices, appointment of independent members into the Board of Directors, preparation and publication of audited financial statements under International Accounting Standards on a semi-annual and, thereafter, on a quarterly basis.