Sberbank of Russia is a state-owned Russian banking and financial services company headquartered in Moscow. Sberbank has operations in several European and post-Soviet countries. As of 2014 it was the largest bank in Russia and Eastern Europe, and the third largest in Europe, ranked 33rd in the world and first in central and Eastern Europe in The Banker's Top 1000 World Banks ranking.
Mortgage debts of Russian citizens to Sberbank in March 2018 exceeded 3 trillion rubles, while in the past year they grew by 500 billion rubles. In total in Russia in 2017, mortgages were issued for 2 trillion rubles.
A loud argument about currency options can be settled in three weeks.
The court postponed the consideration of the claim for 67 billion rubles to settle the dispute.
VTB will replace Sberbank's ATMs in the Moscow Metro with its own.
This can save them from new tough sanctions.
Now, it will be more difficult for German Gref to collect 1.3 billion euros from the largest Croatian company Agrokor.
Sberbank and VTB bought out part of the shares of En + holding Oleg Deripaska during the IPO on the London Stock Exchange in early November.
The largest company in Croatia, the food retailer Agrokor, decided not to recognize the claims of its largest creditor, Sberbank, as it sued the company outside of Croatia.
Sberbank of Russia continues to record outflow of funds for the third month in a row. In October, citizens withdrew another 40 billion rubles from deposits in the largest state bank of the Russian Federation, the bank's RAS reports show.
Sberbank CIB experts were skeptical about the company's strategy.
Transneft was aware of the risk of losses from the deal with Sberbank, which caused litigation between the companies. The calculation was provided by the bank itself, without explaining either its essence or the speculative nature of the transaction, Transneft notes.
Rostec's unit may be turned into a bank for the defense industry enterprises.
That's the profit of all Russian banks taken together.
The largest bank of the country moves from one failure after another. First, ordinary customer debit cards suddenly became credit cards. Then the system of electronic payments, "Sberbank online", was broken again.
The bankrupt businessman can disappear abroad, leaving his creditors high and dry.
They will create a joint venture on the basis of Yandex.Market.
His PGIL pledged 51% of Polyus to Sberbank.
While the NBU is thinking over permission to sell Ukrainian Sberbank to a consortium of investors represented by Said Gutseriev and Norvic Bank, another buyer, Viktor Prokopenya, emerged.
Sberbanks' pension fund overtook the former leader in that branch, Anatoly Gavrilenko's Alor Group funds.
Sberbank accuses Mikhail Paramonov of fraud.
Experts doubt that LNG from the US has bright future.
How the head of Sberbank Herman Gref wanted to take a fee for using the ATM and how it did not work out.
Nikolay Yegorov took a controlling stake in the Zagorsky Pipe Plant as payment for assistance in securing financing from Sberbank.
The cost of the announced deal was not mentioned.
One of the defendants found a way to remove the plaintiff from the case.
Russian banks at risk of losing business in Ukraine.
Oligarch Karimov could change his assets in Russia for a peaceful old age in Europe.
Why does the Ministry of Finance once again lure the citizens to by the federal loan bonds.