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Sberbank is the leader of the Russian banking sector. Over 1 million enterprises (out of 4.5 million legal entities registered in Russia) are customers of Sberbank. The Bank provides services for all groups of corporate customers, small and medium-sized businesses accounting for 35% of the Bank's corporate credit portfolio.
The Central Bank of the Russian Federation is the principal shareholder and founder of Sberbank of Russia.
VTB Group is a global provider of financial services, comprised of over 20 credit institutions and financial companies operating across all key segments of financial markets. VTB Group’s global network is unique to the Russian banking industry. It enables the group to facilitate international partnerships and promote Russian companies aiming to enter global markets.
The majority shareholder of the VTB Bank is the Russian Government.
Rusagro Group is the largest vertically integrated agribusiness holding company in Russia. Today, it is the leading producer of sugar, pork, crop, oil and fats. There are more than 600 thousand hectares in the Group’s land bank.
The main assets of Rusagro Group are located in Belgorod region, Tambov region, Sverdlovsk region, Voronezh region, Samara region, Kursk region and Orlov region, as well as in Primorskiy region.
Aurora Airlines is a member of Aeroflot Group. The company’s fleet comprises 24 aircrafts, including 10 medium range Airbus А319, 11 DHC-8 and 3 regional DHC-6.
The flight destinations in Russia’s Far East include Khabarovsk, Vladivostok, Magadan, Yakutsk, Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky, Komsomolsk-on-Amur. Aurora also performs regular regional flights to villages and cities of Sakhalin and Primorskiy territory.
Otkritie Bank is the largest Russian private bank ranking fourth among all Russian banking groups in terms of assets. The Bank has been operating in the financial market since 1993.
Otkritie Bank is in the top-10 list of systematically important credit organisations, approved by the Central Bank of Russia, as well as in the list of the world’s largest companies according to ForbesGlobal 2000.
The client base of Bank Otkritie Financial Corporation numbers more than 200,000 companies and 3.5 million individuals.
Polymetal International plc is a top-10 global gold producer and top-5 global silver producer with assets in Russia and Kazakhstan. Polymetal is the largest producer of silver and the second largest in gold output in Russia.
Polymetal has an impressive pipeline of future growth projects and a portfolio of nine producing gold and silver mines, the most part of it is located in the Russian Far East.
Polymetal facilitates sustainable economic development of the regions in which it operates.
Amuragrocenter is one of largest grain and beans processing companies in the Russian Far East.
The company’s facilities comprise production of hydrated and refined soybean oil, toasted soybean meal of food and feed grades, extruded soybean meal, mixed fodder, protein-vitamin-mineral concentrates and pre-mixes.
JSCB Almazergienbank is a medium-sized regional banking institution in terms of assets, operating in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) with 2 representative offices in two major cities of Russia (Moscow and Saint-Petersburg).
Apart from these, the bank has 13 additional offices and 11 front-end offices. In 2015, the bank employed almost 700 persons. It ranks 121st in Russia in terms of assets.
The association of financial market participants “Nonprofit Partnership for the Development of Financial Market RTS” (NP RTS Association) comprises about 90 financial market traders.
The Association is engaged in various projects, including the stock market of global companies at the Saint-Petersburg Exchange, Prospective trading and clearing system, RTS Board - the universal information system for the OTC market, RTS Tender – the system of electronic auctions for public, municipal and corporate procurement, et al.
Far East Shipyard Zvezda is a Russian shipbuilding yard in the town of Bolshoy Kamen, Primorsky region. It is the leading company in the Russian Pacific Fleet submarine repair and the only one in the Russian Far East specializing in the repair and refit of nuclear-powered missile submarines.
Khabarovsk International Airport (Novy) is the largest air transport hub in the Far Eastern Federal District, being the key element of transport infrastructure linking remote regions of Russia’s Far East with the Central Russia and Asia-Pacific countries.
The annual PAX throughput of the airport is over 2 mln passengers. The airport holds leadership positions in domestic and international passenger traffic among the airports of the Russian Far East.
RusHydro is one of Russia's largest power generating holdings and in the top five largest hydropower companies of the world. The Company is a leader in energy generation based on renewable sources, including the energy of flowing water, tides, wind and geothermal springs.
In addition to operation of the existing hydrogenation and RES facilities, RusHydro is implementing hydrogenation power investment and construction projects in various regions of Russia, focusing on energy generation in Russia’s Far East.
The Japan Bank for International Cooperation (JBIC) is a Japanese public financial institution and export credit agency that was created on October 1, 1999, through the merger of the Japan Export-Import Bank (JEXIM) and the Overseas Economic Cooperation Fund (OECF).
JBIC constituted the international finance sector of Japan Finance Corporation (JFC), a policy-based financing institution.