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Gazprombank (Joint-Stock Company)

“Gazprombank” (Joint-Stock Company) is one of three largest banks in the Russian Federation in terms of total assets and equity. Our principal business areas are corporate banking, retail banking, investment banking and depositary services. Our banking activities also include securities trading, foreign exchange operations, precious metals operations, clearing operations and settlement services.

We provide a broad array of commercial banking services to a variety of our corporate customers, including lending in various currencies, trade finance, settlement and cash management services. One other very important sphere of our relationship with our corporate customers is funding we receive in the form of customer current accounts and term deposits. 

Our investment banking activities include capital markets, brokerage, corporate finance and project finance services, asset management and private equity investments. In the course of our investment banking activities we conduct private equity investments in companies from different industries not connected with banking.

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State Corporation “Bank for Development and Foreign Economic Affairs (Vnesheconombank)”

Vnesheconombank (VEB) is a national development bank, one of the biggest financial institutions in Russia. Established in 1924, the Bank has been operating in compliance with the special Federal Law on Bank for Development since 2007. The supreme management body of the Bank is the Supervisory Board headed by the Chairman of the Russian Government Dmitry Medvedev.

According to the Strategy 2021, VEB’s major focus is on financing of downstream industry projects, infrastructure development, promotion of non-resource exports; facilitation of defence industry conversion to civilian products, support for innovations and the National Technological Initiative projects. Seeking to operate at a whole new level of efficiency, VEB will proactively look for projects meeting the government priorities, perform in-depth analysis of business projects in cooperation with its customers, attract private co-investments, and monitor project progress based on cutting-edge technologies. 

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Gazprom Neft, PJSC

Gazprom Neft is a vertically integrated oil company engaged primarily in the exploration and development of oil and gas fields, refinery, as well as the production and sale of petroleum products.

The Gazprom Neft Group is comprised of more than 70 production, refinery and sales subsidiaries in Russia, its neighbouring countries and further afield. 

As of December 31, 2016, The Company’s total “proven” and “probable” hydrocarbon reserves, (in accordance with the International SPE PRMS standards) are estimated to be 2.72 Billion tons of oil equivalent. 

Gazprom Neft is the third largest oil company in Russia by refining volumes and fourth largest by production. In 2016, the company's hydrocarbon production reached 82.6 million tons, whilst volumes refined amounted to 41.9 million tons.

Gazprom Neft exports to over 50 countries and distributes its products for sale through an extensive network of outlets both in Russia and abroad. 

The Company currently has a network of 1,793 petrol stations in Russia, CIS and Europe.

Gazprom Neft reported a net profit of 200bln rub in 2016, which represents an 82.5% increase on its 2015 results. The largest shareholder of Gazprom Neft is Gazprom, whose stake amounts to 95.68%, whilst the remaining shares are in free float.

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Uralkali is a leading producer of potash, which is an essential component for the growth and development of all living organisms. The Company accounts for 20% of global potash sales. Uralkali controls its entire production chain, from potash ore mining to the supply of potassium chloride to customers. 


Uralkali’s production facilities are located in the towns of Berezniki and Solikamsk (Perm Territory) at the Verkhnekamskoye potassium and magnesium salt field, the world’s second largest deposit in terms of ore reserves.

The Company’s assets consist of 5 mines as well as 6 potash and 1 carnallite mills.

In 2016 Uralkali produced 10.8 million tonnes of KCl



Russian market is one of the priority areas of the Company’s activity. In Russia Uralkali sells its products to agricultural producers, manufacturers of NPK fertilisers and industrial consumers. The share of supplies to the Russian market makes about 20% of total sales volumes of the Company. In 2016 Uralkali supplied to the internal market more than 2 mln tones.


Uralkali’s sales geography covers more than 60 countries worldwide.

Key markets: Brazil, India, China, Southeast Asia, Russia, Africa, USA and Europe.

Uralkali owns Baltic Bulk Terminal in St. Petersburg and a fleet of specialised mineral railcars

In 2016 Company’s total sales volume accounted to 11 mln tonnes of KCl.