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Russia's Rostelecom, VTB To Form Joint Venture On Big Data
Russia's VTB says Q3 net profit up 42% to 51.2 bln roubles
Russia won't further cut Rostelecom stake after Tele2 deal - Ifax
Bank VTB PAO is a Russia-based bank engaged in the provision of financial services. The Bank reports five segments: Corporate-Investment banking includes operations with corporate customers that are large business customers and banking financial institutions, as well as operations on the securities market; Mid-Corporate banking covers operations with medium business corporate customers; Retail business includes operations with individuals and small business corporate customers, and offers operations on Internet and mobile Point-of-Sale acquiring, plastic cards, payroll services and financial consulting, among others; Treasury comprises operations to manage liquidity, operations on financial and interbank markets, cash flow management and debit financing operation; as well as Other business includes two business: Construction and development involves operations undertaken by Company in the construction and development industry, and Other activities represent non-banking business.
ul. Vorontsovskaya, d.43, str.1
Anton Germanovich Siluanov
Chairman of the Supervisory Council
Andrey Leonidovich Kostin
President - Chairman of the Management Board, Executive Member of the Supervisory Council - Representative of the State
Andrey Sergeevich Puchkov
First Deputy Vice President and Chairman of the Management Board
Yury Alekseevich Solovev
First Deputy President and Chairman of the Management Board
Denis Aleksandrovich Bortnikov
Deputy President and Chairman of the Management Board
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Russia's VTB Bank <VTBR.MM> expects to receive about 17% of Rostelecom <RTKM.MM> as part of a deal to sell its stake in Tele2 Russia to the state-controlled telecoms group, VTB Chief Executive Andrey Kostin said on Wednesday.
The European Central Bank has stopped supervising the Austrian arm of Russian state bank VTB after it slimmed down its European operations, the ECB said on Friday.
VTB, Russia's second biggest lender, has sold some of its shares in fast food chain Burger King, owned by Restaurant Brands International Inc , VTB Senior Vice President Dmitry Pyanov said on Monday.
Russia's second-largest lender VTB <VTBR.MM> will channel at least 50 percent of its 2017 net profit into paying dividends, Deputy Chief Executive Herbert Moos said on a conference call on Monday.
Russia's VTB Bank sees the Magnit supermarket chain only growing organically rather than via mergers and acquisitions, the Interfax news agency cited Yuri Soloviev, a senior executive at the bank, as saying on Monday.
Russia's Sergey Galitskiy has stepped down as CEO at the Magnit <MGNT.MM> supermarket chain he founded and sold most of his stake to state lender VTB <VTBR.MM> for about 138 billion roubles ($2.5 billion), bringing Kremlin influence into the retail sector for the first time.
Russia's VTB bank has bought a stake in Russian food retailer Magnit from its Chief Executive Sergey Galitskiy, the bank and the company said on Friday.
Russia's second-biggest lender, VTB, posted a net profit last year of more than 100 billion roubles ($1.74 billion), Chief Executive Andrey Kostin told Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday.
Russia's No.2 bank VTB will provide a 37 billion rouble ($657 million) loan for the construction of the first indoor theme park in Moscow, the bank said in a statement on Monday.
The board of Russia's second-largest lender VTB will recommend increasing dividend payments on its ordinary shares for its 2017 financial results, RIA news agency quoted Deputy Chief Executive Herbert Moos as saying on Friday.
Russian second-largest lender VTB <VTBR.MM> will consider acquiring mid-sized Vozrozhdenie bank <VZRZ.MM>, VTB head Andrei Kostin said, according to Russian news agencies on Wednesday.
Russian state bank VTB said on Wednesday it will consider acquiring Vozrozhdenie bank , the RIA news agency reported. (Reporting by Maria Kiselyova; Writing by Gabrielle Tétrault-Farber; Editing by Maria Kiselyova)
Russian state bank VTB said on Wednesday it had agreed to loan 5 billion euros ($6.15 billion) to China's CEFC to finance the purchase of shares in Rosneft, the RIA news agency reported.
VTB <VTBR.MM>, Russia's No.2 bank, expects to make up to 170 billion roubles (2.16 billion pounds) in net profit in 2018, the bank's Chief Executive Andrey Kostin said on Tuesday, Russia's RIA news agency reported.
Andrey Kostin, the head of Russian state bank VTB and an ally of President Vladimir Putin, said there was a high risk his name would be added to a new U.S. list of people close to Vladimir Putin, but that he was unfazed by the prospect.
Russian bank VTB <VTBR.MM> has set aside an additional 50 billion rubles ($882 million) to cover potential loan losses and agreed with the central bank to monitor a number of higher risk loans, VTB's chief executive told Reuters.
Russia's sovereign Eurobond this year should offer a "foreign currency amnesty" option so Russian businesspeople can use it to repatriate funds from abroad, said Andrey Kostin, the head of the country's second-largest bank, VTB.
* SAYS REACHED AN AGREEMENT TO RESTRUCTURE ITS LOAN AGREEMENTS WITH VTB BANK
Russian state bank VTB said on Thursday it has agreed to provide the phone operator Megafon with banking guarantees of up to 4 billion roubles ($70.5 million), which would last for 4 years.
* SAYS INCREASES ITS INDIRECT STAKE IN BANK VTB TO 14.78%, PREVIOUSLY OWNING DIRECTLY 9.08% Source text: http://bit.ly/2reL6wS Further company coverage: (Gdynia Newsroom)
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