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The Bank Of Moscow is the 5th largest commercial bank in Russia. The Bank offers its financial services to more than 120,000 corporate and over 9 million retail clients. The products and services include bank accounts, debit & credit cards, currency exchange, deposit boxes, lending and investment services among others. The Bank has a network of 281 offices with more than 18,000 persons and covers all major Russian centers from St. Petersburg

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The Bank Of Moscow is the 5th largest commercial bank in Russia. The Bank offers its financial services to more than 120,000 corporate and over 9 million retail clients. The products and services include bank accounts, debit & credit cards, currency exchange, deposit boxes, lending and investment services among others. The Bank has a network of 281 offices with more than 18,000 persons and covers all major Russian centers from St. Petersburg in the West to Vladivostok in the East. In 2011, following a hostile takeover by VTB Bank, USD 9 bil in fraudulent loans were discovered, and the bank received an unprecedented USD 14 bil bailout. The Bank was founded in 1992 and is based in Moscow, the Russian Federation.

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summary Unit
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

income statement

    28.4 31.3 39.6 23.8 39.5    
    34.4 49.8 54.1 189 65.7    
    11.4 32.2 19.3 144 24.7    
    6.98 0.717 -69.8 24.6 28.4    

balance sheet

    74.3 50.7 79.5 159 168    
    517 558 506 534 650    
    51.0 114 147 255 343    
    801 825 849 1,060 1,293    
    67.7 84.5 37.0 163 189    
    215 212 145 44.0 366    
    407 428 543 419 464    
    91.7 92.2 115 414 220    

ratios

    12.0% 0.943% -115% 24.6% 16.1%    
    1.05% 0.088% -8.33% 2.58% 2.41%    
    3.47% 2.17% 4.16% 4.71% 3.48%    
    67.0% 35.4% 64.4% 23.8% 62.4%    
    13.9% 18.2% 8.10% 33.6% 14.0%    
    4.27% 3.85% 4.73% 2.49% 3.36%    
    82.4% 62.8% 73.2% 12.6% 60.2%    
    4.24% 11.0% 10.1% 3.12% 9.60%    
    34.4% 42.1% 27.2% 22.2% 33.4%    
    8.44% 10.2% 4.35% 15.4% 14.6%    
    127% 130% 93.1% 127% 140%    
    64.5% 67.6% 59.5% 50.4% 50.3%    
    15.6% 14.3% 21.9% 5.45% 4.34%    
... ... ... 50.3% 104% 594% 595%    

valuation

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2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

income statement

Interest Income RUB bil
Interest Cost RUB bil
Net Interest Income RUB bil
Net Fee Income RUB bil
Other Income RUB bil
Total Revenues RUB bil
Staff Cost RUB bil
Depreciation RUB bil
Other Cost RUB bil
Operating Cost RUB bil
Operating Profit RUB bil
Provisions RUB bil
Extra and Other Cost RUB bil
Pre-Tax Profit RUB bil
Tax RUB bil
Minorities RUB bil
Net Profit RUB bil
    61.6 82.3 77.2 58.9 90.1    
    33.2 51.0 37.6 35.1 50.6    
    28.4 31.3 39.6 23.8 39.5    
    1.46 5.48 5.46 5.89 6.31    
    4.60 13.0 9.06 159 19.9    
    34.4 49.8 54.1 189 65.7    
    7.94 7.43 9.50 9.98 13.7    
    0.687 0.848 1.95 1.99 2.43    
    14.5 9.36 23.4 33.0 24.9    
    23.1 17.6 34.9 45.0 41.0    
    11.4 32.2 19.3 144 24.7    
    8.97 30.8 106 121 -15.0    
    -5.85 0.159 -0.962 -8.58 4.89    
    8.25 1.25 -85.3 31.4 34.9    
    1.27 0.535 -15.5 6.81 6.57    
    0.000 0.000 < 0.001 < 0.001 -0.065    
    6.98 0.717 -69.8 24.6 28.4    

growth rates

...   48.8% 10.2% 26.7% -39.9% 65.9%    
...   -66.0% 275% -0.374% 7.84% 7.12%    
...   23.7% 44.6% 8.73% 248% -65.1%    
...   64.5% -23.6% 97.7% 28.9% -8.86%    
...   -17.8% 183% -40.0% 645% -82.8%    
...   -37.5% -84.8% -6,910% -137% 11.0%    
...   -21.5% -89.7% -9,828% -135% 15.3%    

market share

    1.32% 1.79% 2.15% 5.41% 1.66%    
    1.69% 0.603% ... 3.63% 3.59%    
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2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

balance sheet

    134 79.9 77.1 72.6 77.2    
    74.3 50.7 79.5 159 168    
    517 558 506 534 650    
    88.1 70.7 66.4 65.3 89.5    
    30.9 27.5 26.3 21.5 19.6    
    57.1 43.2 40.1 43.9 69.9    
    410 513 575 714 780    
    51.0 114 147 255 343    
    19.3 17.3 16.0 20.5 33.9    
    801 825 849 1,060 1,293    
    67.7 84.5 37.0 163 189    
    0.326 0.245 0.429 0.244 0.157    
    734 741 813 897 1,104    
    215 212 145 44.0 366    
    407 428 543 419 464    
    151 177 182 163 184    
    161 184 220 194 148    
    91.7 92.2 115 414 220    
    20.6 8.88 8.91 20.9 53.3    

asset quality

    80.7 86.0 143 43.0 38.1    
    517 601 654 789 877    
... ... ... 43.3 149 255 227    

growth rates

...   46.9% 8.05% -9.40% 5.54% 21.8%    
...   154% -19.8% -6.03% -1.62% 37.0%    
...   78.5% -11.2% -4.33% -18.4% -8.90%    
...   230% -24.4% -7.12% 9.35% 59.4%    
...   46.9% 25.2% 12.0% 24.4% 9.13%    
...   51.8% 2.97% 2.94% 24.8% 22.0%    
...   39.2% 24.9% -56.3% 341% 16.0%    
...   15.9% 5.29% 26.9% -22.9% 10.8%    
...   19.4% 17.4% 2.34% -10.3% 13.1%    
...   28.5% 14.4% 19.3% -11.6% -23.9%    

market share

    3.13% 3.46% 2.61% 2.15% 2.17%    
... ... ... ... 4.37% 4.40% 4.19%    
... ... 1.95% 1.69% 1.36% 1.08% 1.22%    
    2.20% 1.98% 1.63% 1.18% 1.16%    
... ... 2.89% 2.72% 2.33% 1.45% 0.979%    
    2.99% 3.04% 2.71% 2.72% 2.77%    
    4.36% 3.70% 3.88% 2.38% 2.26%    
    2.59% 2.40% 1.87% 1.39% 1.29%    
    3.26% 3.37% 3.64% 2.32% 1.54%    

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2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

ratios

    12.0% 0.943% -115% 24.6% 16.1%    
    1.05% 0.088% -8.33% 2.58% 2.41%    
    3.47% 2.17% 4.16% 4.71% 3.48%    
    67.0% 35.4% 64.4% 23.8% 62.4%    
    13.9% 18.2% 8.10% 33.6% 14.0%    
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    4.27% 3.85% 4.73% 2.49% 3.36%    
...   3.79% 3.20% 4.38% 2.07% 2.60%    
    9.27% 10.1% 9.22% 6.17% 7.66%    
...   5.48% 6.92% 4.84% 4.11% 5.06%    
    82.4% 62.8% 73.2% 12.6% 60.2%    
    4.24% 11.0% 10.1% 3.12% 9.60%    
    13.4% 26.2% 16.7% 84.2% 30.2%    
    2.37 1.87 2.54 2.79 2.84    
    58.9 59.4 77.2 82.0 88.1    
    34.4% 42.1% 27.2% 22.2% 33.4%    
    8.44% 10.2% 4.35% 15.4% 14.6%    
    127% 130% 93.1% 127% 140%    
    64.5% 67.6% 59.5% 50.4% 50.3%    
    15.6% 14.3% 21.9% 5.45% 4.34%    
... ... ... 50.3% 104% 594% 595%    
... ... ... 7.76% 29.4% 47.8% 34.9%    
    2.07% 5.72% 19.8% 23.2% -2.54%    

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other data Unit
2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014

other data

    11,233 10,420 10,258 10,139 12,926    

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Bank Of Moscow at a Glance

The Bank Of Moscow is the 5th largest commercial bank in Russia. The Bank offers its financial services to more than 120,000 corporate and over 9 million retail clients. The products and services include bank accounts, debit & credit cards, currency exchange, deposit boxes, lending and investment services among others. The Bank has a network of 281 offices with

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The Bank Of Moscow is the 5th largest commercial bank in Russia. The Bank offers its financial services to more than 120,000 corporate and over 9 million retail clients. The products and services include bank accounts, debit & credit cards, currency exchange, deposit boxes, lending and investment services among others. The Bank has a network of 281 offices with more than 18,000 persons and covers all major Russian centers from St. Petersburg in the West to Vladivostok in the East. In 2011, following a hostile takeover by VTB Bank, USD 9 bil in fraudulent loans were discovered, and the bank received an unprecedented USD 14 bil bailout. The Bank was founded in 1992 and is based in Moscow, the Russian Federation.

This report offers a summary of the company's performance in 2004-2013. You will find here all the key numbers from the bank's balance sheet, income statement and all the main ratios related to the bank's business.

In addition, we provide an overview of the bank's market position on the Russian banking market

Bank Of Moscow in Numbers

The Bank Of Moscow is the 5th largest commercial bank in Russia. The Bank offers its financial services to more than 120,000 corporate and over 9 million retail clients. The products and services include bank accounts, debit & credit cards, currency exchange, deposit boxes, lending and investment services among others. The Bank has a network of 281 offices with

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The Bank Of Moscow is the 5th largest commercial bank in Russia. The Bank offers its financial services to more than 120,000 corporate and over 9 million retail clients. The products and services include bank accounts, debit & credit cards, currency exchange, deposit boxes, lending and investment services among others. The Bank has a network of 281 offices with more than 18,000 persons and covers all major Russian centers from St. Petersburg in the West to Vladivostok in the East. In 2011, following a hostile takeover by VTB Bank, USD 9 bil in fraudulent loans were discovered, and the bank received an unprecedented USD 14 bil bailout. The Bank was founded in 1992 and is based in Moscow, the Russian Federation.

This excel file offers a summary of the company's performance in 2004-2013. You will find here all the key numbers from the bank's balance sheet, income statement and all the main ratios related to the bank's business.

In addition, we provide an overview of the bank's market position on the Russian banking market

Bank Of Moscow generated total banking revenues of RUB 96.6 bil in 2014, up 0.638% when compared to the previous year.

Russian banking sector banking sector generated total revenues of RUB 6,011,654 mil in 2014,

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Bank Of Moscow generated total banking revenues of RUB 96.6 bil in 2014, up 0.638% when compared to the previous year.

Russian banking sector banking sector generated total revenues of RUB 6,011,654 mil in 2014, up 32.7% when compared to the last year.

As a result, Bank Of Moscow accounted for 1.61% of all bank revenues generated by banks in Russia in 2014. Historically, the bank’s market share in total revenues reached an all time high of 5.41% in 2011 and an all time low of 1.32% in 2008.

That's compared to a 2.91% market share the bank held in terms of total assets at the end of 2014.

You can see all the company’s data at Bank Of Moscow Profile, or you can download a report on the firm in the report section.

Bank Of Moscow's corporate deposits reached RUB 194 bil in 2011, down 11.6% when compared to the previous year.

Russian banking sector accepted corporate deposits of RUB 13,663 bil in 2011, up 24.6% when compared to the last

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Bank Of Moscow's corporate deposits reached RUB 194 bil in 2011, down 11.6% when compared to the previous year.

Russian banking sector accepted corporate deposits of RUB 13,663 bil in 2011, up 24.6% when compared to the last year.

Bank Of Moscow accounted for 2.32% of all corporate deposits taken by banks in Russia at the end of 2011. Historically, the bank’s market share in corporate deposits reached an all time high of 5.98% in 2006 and an all time low of 1.29% in 2014.

That's compared to a 2.72% market share the bank held in terms of total assets at the end of 2011.

You can see all the company’s data at Bank Of Moscow Profile, or you can download a report on the firm in the report section.

Bank Of Moscow's customer deposits reached RUB 632 bil in 2014, up 2.63% when compared to the previous year.

Russian banking sector accepted customer deposits of RUB 31,430 bil in 2014, up 31.9% when compared to the last year.

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Bank Of Moscow's customer deposits reached RUB 632 bil in 2014, up 2.63% when compared to the previous year.

Russian banking sector accepted customer deposits of RUB 31,430 bil in 2014, up 31.9% when compared to the last year.

Bank Of Moscow accounted for 2.01% of all customer deposits taken by banks in Russia at the end of 2014. Historically, the bank’s market share in customer deposits reached an all time high of 4.99% in 2006 and an all time low of 2.01% in 2014.

That's compared to a 2.91% market share the bank held in terms of total assets at the end of 2014.

You can see all the company’s data at Bank Of Moscow Profile, or you can download a report on the firm in the report section.

Bank Of Moscow's customer loans reached RUB 1,096 bil in 2014, up 20.6% when compared to the previous year.

Russian banking sector provided customer loans of RUB 45,448 bil in 2014, up 27.9% when compared to the last year.

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Bank Of Moscow's customer loans reached RUB 1,096 bil in 2014, up 20.6% when compared to the previous year.

Russian banking sector provided customer loans of RUB 45,448 bil in 2014, up 27.9% when compared to the last year.

Bank Of Moscow accounted for 2.41% of all customer loans issued in Russia at the end of 2014. Historically, the bank’s market share in customer loans reached an all time high of 3.46% in 2009 and an all time low of 2.15% in 2011.

That's compared to a 2.91% market share the bank held in terms of total assets at the end of 2014.

You can see all the company’s data at Bank Of Moscow Profile, or you can download a report on the firm in the report section.

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BoM's mortgage loans rose 44.2% to RUB 69.0 bil in 2014
BoM's customer loans rose 20.6% to RUB 1,096 bil in 2014
BoM's customer deposits rose 2.63% to RUB 632 bil in 2014
BoM's corporate loans rose 19.3% to RUB 1,133 bil in 2014
BoM's net profit fell 93.9% to RUB 2.30 bil in 2014
BoM's net interest income rose 4.34% to RUB 62.4 bil in 2014
BoM's npls (as % of loans) rose 26.3% to 2.87% in 2014
BoM's net profit fell 93.9% to RUB 2.30 bil in 2014
BoM's total revenues rose 0.638% to RUB 96.6 bil in 2014
BoM's net interest margin fell 18.9% to 3.32% in 2014