Company Overview of UniCredit Bank
UniCredit Bank operates as a commercial bank in Russia. The company provides corporate financing and treasury services for corporate and private clients, small and medium businesses, and banking institutions. It offers loans, payment cards, personal finances, and remote services. The company’s services also include cash service, card programs for salary payment, corporate cards, loans, cash management, corporate accounts, transfers, documentary transactions, conversion transactions, exchange control services, fixed-term deposits, corporate accounts, cash service, corporate finance, leasing, bond issues, custody services, securities market transactions, fixed-term deposits and promissory note...
Prechistenskaya naberezhnaya 9
Founded in 1989
Key Executives for UniCredit Bank
Chief Executive of Retail and Private Banking Department
Chief Executive Officer of UniCredit
Head of the Central & Eastern Europe Division and Member of Supervisory Board
Head of Information and Communication Technology
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2012.
UniCredit Bank Key Developments
UniCredit Bank Reports Consolidated Earnings Results for the Year Ended December 31, 2012
Mar 19 13
UniCredit Bank reported consolidated earnings results for the year ended December 31, 2012. For the period, the company reported net profit of RUB 17.48 billion which means RUB 1.69 billion increases over the previous year results or +10.7% year over year. Significant contribution to the increase in net profit came due to the growth in net income from financial activities totaled RUB 33.34 billion compared to RUB 3.22 billion in 2011. Operating income was RUB 36.13 billion compared to RUB 3.34 billion a year ago. Net interest income was RUB 23.26 billion compared to RUB 1.49 billion in 2011.
UniCredit Bank to Centralize its Operations in the Baltics
Feb 1 13
UniCredit Bank has decided to rationalize its operations in the Baltics by closing its branches in Estonia and Lithuania and centralizing its operations in Latvia. The bank's Baltic headquarters will remain in Riga. The centralization process will be completed later this year when the bank's branches in Estonia and Lithuania will be shut down. At the moment, the bank operates a Baltic headquarters in Riga, as well as two branches in Vilnius and Tallinn, as well as two client service centers in Klaipeda and Kaunas. The new centralized structure will continue to service its clients throughout the Baltics.
UniCredit Bank To Sell Debt Portfolio
Nov 27 12
UniCredit Bank is seeking to sell its portfolio of overdue credit card debts. UniCredit Bank also planned to sell its portfolio of overdue credit card debts worth about RUB 2 billion in spring 2012 but later froze the sale of the portfolio to collection agencies. "We did hold consultations with certain banks about the purchase of the overdue loan portfolio, and we received such proposals," Mikhail Alekseev, Chairman of UniCredit Bank's Management Board Mikhail Alekseev. He refused to comment on the course of the negotiations and disclose names of these banks. According to Kommersant sources, UniCredit Bank submitted a proposal to Sentinel Credit Management but no specific agreements have been reached so far. Sentinel Credit Management denied comments.
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