Vnesheconombank group

Vnesheconombank Group comprises VEB’s subsidiaries, activities of which are designed to implement various provisions of the Federal Law “On the Bank for Development”. Vnesheconombank Group’s institutions act in the interests of making the Russian economy more competitive, diversifying it and stimulating investment activity.

The main objective of the Fund is to facilitate and accelerate economic growth and development of the Russian Far East via active participation and management of key investment projects in social, transport and industrial infrastructure.

 

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Engaging investors from South and Southeast Asian regions in funding large-scale projects scheduled to be implemented on the territory of the Russian Federation as well as expanding access for Russian corporate issuers to the Hong Kong stock market.

 

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The North Caucasus Development Corporation (OJSC) was created to enhance investment environment in the North Caucasus Federal District through engaging investors and participating in implementing industrial and infrastructure projects on the District’s territory. The Corporation’s mission is to develop successful investment business to encourage economic development of North Caucasian regions.

 

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VEB-Engineering Company was set up in Vnesheconombank Group as a center of competence on expert examination of engineering –technological solutions, monitoring and management of national investment projects. The company has direct access to the world’s best practices in designing and constructing industrial, civil and infrastructure facilities thanks to its partnership with Canada’s SNC-Lavalin, one of the world’s leading engineering companies.

VEB-Engineering’s core activity is to manage projects in such system-forming sectors of the Russian economy as oil and gas processing, petrochemestry, power engineering and mining industry.

 

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Key strategic goals the Fund include support of the Russian government´s innovation programs, creation of innovation infrastructure in Russia, facilitation of advanced technologies transfer to Russia, and promotion of Russian innovations on the global market.

 

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VEB-Capital is involved in managing Vnesheconombank Group’s assets including real property. The company also deals with analyzing investment projects and undertakes broker’s and dealer’s activity.

 

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OJSC VEB-Leasing is a leader in the Russian leasing services market. The company’s net leasing portfolio reached 296.3 billion rubles in 2011. The Company opened 78 regional subdivisions in the largest Russian cities. They render assistance to small and medium-sized enterprises in funding the purchase of automotive transport, special equipment fully implementing Vnesheconombank Group’s strategy designed to provide support for Russia’s small and medium-sized enterprises.

 

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OJSC the Federal Project Finance Center (OJSC FPFC) is a professional company whose activity is designed to prepare projects of regional and urban development for their further implementation with the use of non-budgetary investments.

To achieve its objectives OJSC FPFC provides investment consulting to government authorities on forming projects, undertakes investment activity on a payback basis to fund project preparation, engages interested investors for funding project preparation and examines problems of regional and urban development and disseminates best practices.

 

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Mono-Cities Development Fund

The Fund’s Mission is to assist in developing infrastructure and diversifying mono-cities in order to stabilize their socio-demographic and economic status.

Main objectives are to create jobs not related to a city-forming enterprise in mono-cities with the most difficult socio-economic situation as well as raise investments for mono-cities by way of implementing infrastructure and investment projects.

 

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Roseximbank’s main function is to pursue government policy aimed at supporting and encouraging exports of Russian mechanical engineering products. Roseximbank acts as the agent for the Russian Government in extending guarantees to exporters and arranges syndicated loans for importers of Russian products. VEB’s other subsidiary banks can also act as participants in syndicated loans. Syndicated loans can be secured by RF guarantees, sovereign guarantees of countries importing Russian products as well as EXIAR’s insurance commitments.

Since December 26, 2014, Roseximbank has been a subsidiary of OJSC EXIAR.

 

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Bank GLOBEX is evolving as a universal commercial bank. The Bank provides credit support to the real economy and small and medium-sized enterprises. In 2011, it increased its loan portfolio of legal entities by 71% to 104 billion rubles and the amount of credits extended to SMEs increased by 49% to 14.4 billion rubles.

 

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Svyaz-Bank is an actively developing credit institution involved in providing support for the real economy and stepping up lending to small and medium-sized enterprises. It is assumed that until a decision is taken on establishing a Postal Bank, Svyaz-Bank will expand its business activity in the chosen segment.

 

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Vnesheconombank’s foreign subsidiary banks, namely, Belorussian Belvnesheconombank and Ukraine’s Prominvestbank are assisting in providing support for exports of Russian products to Belarus and Ukraine, implementing major joint investment projects and developing economic integration of Russia, Belarus and Ukraine.

 

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Vnesheconombank’s foreign subsidiary banks, namely, Belorussian Belvnesheconombank and Ukraine’s Prominvestbank are assisting in providing support for exports of Russian products to Belarus and Ukraine, implementing major joint investment projects and developing economic integration of Russia, Belarus and Ukraine.

 

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The Russian Export Center is a state exports support institution established within Vnesheconombank withthe assistance of the Russian Government. The Center provides financial and non-financial support to Russian exporters in a single window format – here businessmen can be offered a whole range of services from initial consulting to assisting in executing transactions.

 

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The Export Credit Insurance Agency of Russia was established in 2011. Its main objectives are to create favorable conditions for promoting Russian products to foreign markets, minimize financial loss risks upon conducting export transactions as well as to improve conditions for funding exports on the part of Russian banks.

 

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