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Gazprom says two subsidiaries to sell 693.6 mln shares
Russia's Megafon signs 15 bln rouble loan deal with Gazprombank
Gazprombank FY 2016 net interest income up at RUB 122.05 bln
Gazprombank OAO (GPB OAO) is a Russia-based bank engaged in commercial and investment banking services. The Bank’s corporate services include: commercial lending, project and acquisition finance, trade finance, financial and operating leasing, deposit taking, settlements and cash management, capital markets transactions, asset management, brokerage, corporate finance and mergers and acquisitions advisory, depositary and custodian services. The Bank is also engaged in private equity transactions, foreign exchange and securities trading, and operations with precious metals. Retail services include: lending, deposit taking, debit and credit card services, brokerage, and asset management. The Company’s segments include: the media segment, which includes TV and radio broadcasting, advertising, publishing, film production and distribution; and the machinery segment, which produces nuclear power plant equipment, specialty steels, machinery equipment, manufacturing and mining equipment.
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Aleksey Borisovich Miller
Chairman of the Board
Andrey Igorevich Akimov
Chairman of the Management Board, Deputy Chairman of the Board
Mikhail Leonidovich Sereda
Deputy Chairman of the Board
Yury Nikolaevich Shamalov
Deputy Chairman of the Board
Ilya Vladimirovich Eliseev
Director, Deputy Chairman of the Management Board
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Sberbank <SBER.MM> has agreed to buy Gazprombank's <GZPRI.MM> holding stake in internet company Mail.ru <MAILRq.L> as Russia's largest lender continues its transformation under Chief Executive German Gref into a banking-to-online services company.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 13:30 GMT on Tuesday:
Stress tests of the eight largest brokerage companies in Russia have proved their resilience to possible shocks, although many smaller players are struggling to survive, a central bank official told Reuters.
Russia's largest lender Sberbank said on Tuesday it had signed a non-binding agreement with lender Gazprombank to buy a minority stake in joint venture MF Technologies.
Russia's Gazprombank is in the early stage of talks to sell its indirect stake in Russian internet company Mail.ru Group Ltd to Sberbank, Russia's largest lender, a banking source and a source close to Mail.ru told Reuters on Monday.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Thursday:
Russian steel and coal producer Mechel <MTLR.MM> agreed to pay around 30 billion roubles ($461 million) for Gazprombank's <GZPRI.MM> 34% stake in the Elga coal project, two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters on Thursday.
Russian steel and coal producer Mechel has agreed to buy Gazprombank's 34% stake in the Elga coal deposit for around 30 billion roubles ($461 million), two sources familiar with the matter told Reuters on Thursday.
The head of Russian bank VTB <VTBR.MM> said on Wednesday the lender would discuss a debt restructuring request from Mechel <MTLR.MM> with the mining group's other creditors, Sberbank <SBER.MM> and Gazprombank <GZPRI.MM>.
The head of Russian bank VTB Andrey Kostin said on Wednesday the lender would discuss a debt restructuring request by mining firm Mechel with its other creditors, Sberbank and Gazprombank.
Gazprombank said on Wednesday it had completed its handover of a stake in Russian-Venezuelan lender Evrofinance Mosnarbank, which was placed under U.S. sanctions, to Russia's state property management agency.
The following bids, mergers, acquisitions and disposals were reported by 2000 GMT on Friday:
Russia's A-property group, owned by businessman Albert Avdolyan, has requested approval from the country's antimonopoly service to buy 49% of the Elga coal project from Gazprombank <GZPRI.MM>, the group said on Friday.
A-property group, controlled by Russian businessman Albert Avdolyan, has requested an approval from Russia's antimonopoly service to buy a 49% stake in the Elga coal project from Gazprombank, Vedomosti newspaper reported on Friday.
Russian coal and steel producer Mechel has asked state-controlled lenders Sberbank , VTB and Gazprombank for more time to make its debt repayments, the banks and company said on Thursday.
Russian coal and steel producer Mechel expects to reach an agreement with its main creditors in the near future about pushing back its debt repayments, the company said on Thursday.
Russia's Gazprom has sold a 2.9% stake in the company in two transactions via the Moscow Exchange, two market sources told Reuters on Friday.
Russian coal and steel producer Mechel has asked banks to push back its debt repayments to 2024-2026 from 2020-2024, Interfax news agency cited an executive at Russian state lender Sberbank as saying on Wednesday.
Russia aims to establish an offshore rouble market to boost its currency's global role and help offset the impact of Western sanctions, deputy finance minister Alexei Moiseev told Reuters.
Vladimir Bogdanov, who at 68 has run the Soviet and then Russian oil major Surgutneftegaz <SNGS.MM> for 35 years, said on Friday that only God knows when his career will end at the company, whose ownership is a closely guarded secret.
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