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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. The bank has a large international presence, for instance in Central and Eastern Europe and has offices in Germany, China and India. The Group's corporate and investment banking business (Sberbank CIB) has offices in New York, London and Nicosia and operates globally. It specialises in brokerage and dealer services in foreign markets.
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Sustainability Report 2019
listed on Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange & Russian Trading System
The Russian Ministry of Finance is the principal shareholder of Sberbank, holding 52.3% of the share capital. Sberbank's complete shareholder structure can be accessed here.
Sberbank Europe AG – Switzerland
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Sberbank does not operate a complaints channel for individuals and communities that may be adversely affected by its finance.
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Banks and Human Rights
Human Rights Benchmark November 2019
Sberbank's human rights policies, processes and reporting were assessed as part of the BankTrack Human Rights Benchmark in November 2019. The bank is assessed as a Laggard, with a total score of 1 out of 14.
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Responsible finance and ESG risk management
Voluntary standardsSberbank has committed itself to the following voluntary standards:
Sberbank's corporate social responsibility webpages can be accessed here.