Topics: Bank, Banking, Bank run Pages: 4 (1329 words) Published: December 17, 2012
Rosbank is a modern universal bank, part of Societe Generale Group. It provides all types of services to individual and corporate customers. The subsidiaries of Rosbank are Rusfinance (consumer financing) and DeltaCredit (mortgage lending). In terms of assets and equity, Rosbank ranks as one of Russia’s Top-10 leading banks. The bank’s regional network numbers about 700 outlets, 1200 points of sales, around 3000 ATMs in 340 cities and towns across the country. Rosbank is a Top-3 Russian bank in retail banking, it serves more than 3 mln individual customers. Rosbank aims to provide high-quality services and individual approach to every customer. The institute of customer relations managers is implemented in all outlets of the bank. Another well-developed area of business is services for wealthy retail customers. The bank provides a wide range of services for small and medium-sized companies, as well as individual entrepreneurs. Rosbank serves around 56000 customers of this segment and constantly works on extending its customers base and implementing new products. Key areas of corporate business at Rosbank include investment banking services and financing. The bank serves 9500 major domestic and international companies. Rosbank is also a leading book runner and underwriter on the ruble corporate and municipal bond market. Rosbank is one of the world’s 300 most expensive and the 4 most expensive Russian financial brands in 2012 Rating by the Brand Finance international consulting company and The Banker magazine. Rosbank has been assigned investment credit ratings by international rating agencies Fitch Ratings and Moody’s Investor Service. In 2006 and 2008, Rosbank was recognized as the best financial institution in Russia by The Banker. Rosbank is Top-5 bank in Russia and the leader among Russian private banks in the Top-1000 World Banks Rating (The Banker, July 2012). SWOT analysis of the banking sector in Russia

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