|Cbonds has prepared a ranking of Russian bonds placements arrangers for 2018. Credit Bank of Moscow (CBOM) ranked fifth among corporate placements, excluding banks and financial institutions, while being eighth in the total rating (all issues).
In general, the league table includes 41 lead arrangers with overall placement of 489 issues amounting to RUB1.54T ($23,2B).
In 2018, CBOM has arranged 24 issues with a total nominal value exceeding RUB200B ($3,01B).
“In 2018, our bank managed to make a series of landmark transactions for largest state- and privately-owned Russian companies, such as RZD, FGC, FPC, RusAg, EDB, GTLK, AVTODOR and others. We are going to become ever more present in the debt capital market», noted Oleg Borunov, Deputy Chairman of CBOM’s Management Board.
At the end of 2018, Credit Bank of Moscow won in the “Breakthrough of the Year” nomination at the Cbonds Awards – 2018.
|CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW is a universal commercial privately-owned bank providing the full range of banking services to corporate and retail customers and financial institutions. The Bank is included in the CBR`s list of systemically important banks.
The Bank was ranked as a top-3 privately-owned bank by total assets in INTERFAX-100 as at 3Q2018. The Bank is currently rated ‘Ba3’ with a stable outlook by Moody’s; ‘BB-‘ with a stable outlook by Fitch; ‘ВВ-‘ with a stable outlook by S&P; ‘А (RU)‘ with a stable outlook by ACRA; ‘ru A-‘ with a stable outlook by Expert RA. CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW is remarkable for its strong business diversification, efficient risk management system, long-term partnerships and efficient delivery of service packages. The Bank has been in trade finance business since 2001, in syndicated loan market since 2003 and in Eurobond market since 2006. CBM is also a Principal Member of MasterCard, Visa and JCB.
The Bank was founded in 1992 and acquired by Mr. Roman Avdeev in 1994. Concern Rossium holds 56.07% of CBM’s shares, the remaining 43.93% of its shares are owned by minority shareholders. CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW successfully closed its initial public offering on the Moscow Exchange in June 2015, and in June 2016 the Bank’s shares (ticker: CBOM) were included in MOEX Russia Index, RTS Index and MSCI EM Small Cap Index. The Bank`s free-float is 18%.