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Sberbank is the largest bank in Russia and the former Soviet Republics. Sberbank is the biggest taker of deposits in the country and the key lender to the national economy. Its investment portfolio contains significant lending to oil, natural gas and mining projects.
Sberbank has a large international presence, for instance in in Central and Eastern Europe. The bank also has offices in Germany, China and India. The Group's corporate and investment banking business (Sberbank CIB) is has offices in New York, London and Nicosia and operates globally. It specialises in brokerage and dealer services in foreign markets. Sberbank's subsidiary (Sberbank Europe AG) is the banking group active in Central and Eastern Europe.
19 Vavilova St
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Sberbank Europe AG Sustainability Report 2017|
Annual Report 2018
CSR report 2014
listed on Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange & Russian Trading System
The Central Bank of the Russian Federation is the principal shareholder and founder of Sberbank, holding 50% of the share capital plus one voting share. The bank's complete share holder structure can be accessed here.
Sberbank Europe AG – Switzerland