About the Bank
Otkritie Bank is the largest Russian private bank
Otkritie Bank is the largest Russian private bank ranking fourth among all Russian banking groups by assets.
3 600 000
regions of Russia
Otkritie is a full-service commercial bank benefiting from a resilient diversified business structure and efficient equity management. The Bank focuses on corporate investment banking, retail business, SMEs and private banking, with high-tech services being its top priority. Its Rocketbank and Tochka projects offer online-only banking services to individuals and business owners.
RUB 2,70 trillion
RUB 218 billion
History of the bank
August. Otkritie Group completes the merger of Khanty-Mansiysk Otkritie Bank into Otkritie FC Bank.
April. Otkritie FC Bank group reports a 12.4% increase in net profit for 2015 to 6.6 billion roubles.
March. Dmitry Romaev chairs the Supervisory Board of Otkritie Bank; Evgeny Dankevich is appointed Chairman of the Management Board.
December. Otkritie FC Bank obtains a USD 185 million syndicated loan from a pool of international investors becoming the only Russian bank to raise such financing in 2015.
October. The Russian Central Bank lists Otkritie FC Bank among national systematically important credit institutions.
June. Otkritie Group finalises Petrocommerce integration through its merger into Otkritie FC Bank.
December. The Bank of Russia and the Russian Deposit Insurance Agency select Otkritie FC Bank and Otkritie Holding to co-finance the financial rehabilitation of Trust Bank.
November. Otkritie Group completes its retail business reorganisation. Otkritie Bank and Novosibirsk Municipal Bank are merged into the Bank of Khanty-Mansiysk and the resulting bank is named Khanty-Mansiysk Otkritie Bank.
September. Otkritie FC Bank completes its delisting from the London Stock Exchange.
June. Cristiano Ronaldo becomes the face of Otkritie Group World Cup advertising campaign. As part of Otkritie rebranding, NOMOS BANK is renamed and becomes Otkritie FC Bank. As part of Otkritie rebranding, NOMOS BANK is renamed and becomes Otkritie FC Bank.
April. Standard & Poor’s for the first time ever rates NOMOS BANK assigning it BB- long-term credit rating.
October. Otkritie FC Bank completes a successful SPO on the Moscow Exchange adding RUB 19.08 billion to its equity.
September. Otkritie Holding (the parent company of Otkritie Group, known as Otkritie Financial Corporation until June 2014) consolidates a controlling stake in Otkritie FC Bank.
April. Otkritie FC Bank completes the first stage of Otkritie banking consolidation by integrating its subsidiary banks in Novosibirsk and Khabarovsk.
Otkritie announces its acquisition of Otkritie FC Bank as part of its effort to build the largest private financial group.
NOMOS BANK becomes the first Russian private bank to successfully complete an IPO on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) and the Moscow Exchange.
Otkritie FC Bank becomes a controlling shareholder in the Khanty-Mansiysk Banking Group (which includes, in addition to the Bank of Khanty-Mansiysk, Novosibirsk Municipal Bank), one of the major national players and the market leader in Western Siberia.
Otkritie starts developing its banking business: the Group acquires a 100% interest in Russian Development Bank (Russkiy Bank Razvitiya) and rebrands it as Otkritie Bank. Otkritie becomes a shareholder in Petrovsky Bank (Saint Petersburg) and Sverdlovsky Gubernsky Bank (Yekaterinburg) as part of their financial recovery effort and eventually consolidates them.
Otkritie establishes a company in London to become a leader by volume of trade in Russian securities.
Otkritie FC Bank acquires a controlling stake in Regionbank, a leading bank in the Russian Far East.
Otkritie commences its expansion in the financial market. The Company starts to grow as a full-service financial group which, in addition to brokerage, also includes banking, insurance, and asset management arms.
Fitch and Moody’s for the first time rate Otkritie FC Bank at B and B1, respectively.
Vadim Belyaev founds Otkritie, a retail brokerage operating on the Moscow exchange.