Cbonds Page: NOMOS-BANK

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Andrey Maryushkin
Chief Economist, Department of Financial Market Operations
phone: +7 (495) 725-3241, +7 (495) 797-3248 (ext. 4597)
Kirill Matrosov
Lead Specialist
phone: +7 (495) 797-3248 (ext. 4677)
Rostislav Kulak
Director for Issuer Relations, DCM
phone: +7 495 777 5656 (11-4373)
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general information

company NOMOS-BANK
full company name Open Joint-Stock Company NOMOS-BANK
list of affiliated companies Mortgage Agent NOMOS
country Russia
address 3, Verkhnyaya Radishchevskaya St., Moscow 109240, Russia
phone +7 495 797 3262, 737 7355
fax +7 495 797 3250
e-mail bonds@nomos.ru
web http://www.nomos.ru/
type of legal entity Not specified
industry Banks
TIN 7706092528
KPP (for Russian companies) 775001001
OGRN (for Russia) 1027739019208
OGRN date (for Russia) 07/26/2002
OKPO (for Russia) 17526887
code NOMOS
profile NOMOS-BANK is one of the leading universal private banks in Russia. During the last several years NOMOS successfully kept its place among the top ten largest privately owned Russian financial institutions according to asset size. Today NOMOS-BANK is ranked as the 5th largest Russian private bank in terms of assets Excluding state-owned and foreign-owned banks. According to Interfax—100 end—2009 ranking. The Bank has a sound and growing client base of over 29 thousand corporate customers and over 280 thousand retail clients. NOMOS is a strong player in corporate lending and precious metals markets. The Bank is among the three largest gold and silver traders in Russia. NOMOS-BANK’s head office is located in Moscow. The Bank’s network consists of 25 full-scale branches in the regions, a subsidiary bank (NOMOS-Regiobank) in the Far East of Russia with another 4 branches branches and a subsidiary bank in Novosibirsk (NOMOS-BANK-Siberia). Additionally NOMOS-BANK has over 90 remote offices located in Moscow, as well as in the regions and around the Bank’s branches. According to the official audited end—2009 IFRS Report NOMOS’ total assets have amounted to RUB 277.11 billion (circa US$ 9.16 billion Hereinafter all figures recalculated as per official exchange rates set by the Central Bank of Russia as at 31 December 2009 (US$ 1 = RUB 30.2442, € 1 = RUB 43.3883 or EUR 6.39 billion Hereinafter all figures recalculated as per official exchange rates set by the Central Bank of Russia as at 31 December 2009 (US$ 1 = RUB 30.2442, € 1 = RUB 43.3883) comparing to RUB 277.80 billion as of end—2008. The profit for end—2009 has reached RUB 4.26 billion (circa US$ 141 million or EUR 98 million) comparing to RUB 3.49 billion as of end end—2008. In June 2008, NOMOS placed an issue of shares increasing the Tier I capital size by RUB 4.7 billion (circa US$ 200 million or EUR 130 million). Later, in November 2008 NOMOS received a ten-year RUB 5 billion (circa US$ 200 million) subordinated loan from its shareholders following a similar loan from Vnesheconombank (VEB) in the amount of RUB 4.9 billion thus increasing the size of Tier 2 capital. Furthermore, in August 2009 NOMOS received a new subordinated loan from its shareholders amounting to US$ 260 million thus again enlarging the Bank’s liquidity cushion and enhancing the capital base. As a result at end 2009 total equity of the Bank reached RUB 36.61 billion (close to US$ 1.21 billion or EUR 0.84 billion). Subsequently, in April 2010 NOMOS placed a new subordinated LT2 Eurobond issue amounting to US$ 350 million (see Eurobonds section), proceeds of which were used to repay the US$ 260 million shareholder loan and to further strengthen the Bank’s capitalization. Today NOMOS-BANK remains one of the most highly capitalized banks in Russia (with total capital adequacy ratio exceeding 22.5%). Additional general details are given in an overview of NOMOS-BANK presented in a video comment to World Finance Magazine in December 2008 by Yuri Lekarev, Head of the International Business Division of NOMOS-BANK. Highlights * Strong player in corporate lending and precious metals market * Robust financial performance * Cautious growth coupled with expansion strategy * Good asset quality * Continuing diversification of balance sheet and earnings * Stable management * Consistent shareholder support * Excellent credit history proved through banking crises in 1998 and 2004 NOMOS has been growing ahead of the industry, achieving (as per end—2009 IFRS) * Total assets = RUB 277.11 billion (~$9.16 billion or €6.39 billion) * Gross loans to customers = RUB 179.68 billion (~$5.94 billion or €4.14 billion) * Shareholders’ equity = RUB 36.61 billion (~$1.21 billion or €0.84 billion) * Net profit = RUB 4.26 billion (~$141 million or €98 million) NOMOS-BANK has received long-term international credit ratings of “BB-” from Fitch and “Ba3” from Moody’s and domestic credit ratings of “BBB” from RusRating and “AA+” from the National Rating Agency. NOMOS-BANK was founded in 1992 and has developed into one of Russia’s leading banks. As at 01 January 2006 NOMOS-BANK was among the twenty banks in Russia in terms of total assets. NOMOS provides a range of corporate and retail banking services (including the provision of loans and deposit-taking), as well as engaging in securities and foreign exchange trading, trade and export credit agency finance, precious metals operations, investment banking and leasing. As at 01 January 2006, NOMOS-BANKs network in Russia comprised the head office and two additional offices in Moscow and ten branch offices within Russia. NOMOS-BANK is licensed and registered with the CBR under registration number 2209. NOMOS is also authorised by the CBR to carry out operations with precious metals. In addition, NOMOS-BANK is licensed by the Federal Commission for Securities Market to act as a broker, dealer, trust manager and a depository in the Russian securities market. NOMOS-BANK also holds a licence as a commodities exchange broker to trade futures and options issued by the Ministry for Antimonopoly Policy and Business Support of the Russian Federation and a licence issued by the Federal Security Service authorising NOMOS-BANK to conduct operations with the use of data containing state secrets. NOMOS-BANK is a member of the Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange («MICEX»); the Russian Trading System («RTS»), a remote electronic stock trading systems; the Chamber of Commerce and Securities Market Participants; the National Stock Exchange Association; the Association of Participants in the Promissory Notes Market; the Association of Russian Banks; the Union of Moscow Banks; and the Association of Regional Banks of Russia. NOMOS-BANK is licensed by the State Customs Committee of the Russian Federation to act as a guarantor to the Russian customs authorities in relation to the import and export activities of Russian companies. NOMOS-BANK is also one of the top five Russian banks licenced to work under the programmes of «Rosoboronexport», the only organisation in Russia having a licence to export armaments. It has been a member of SWIFT since 2000 and a full (principal) member of the VISA International payment system since 2001. NOMOS-BANK has been given a long-term rating of "B+" by Fitch Rating, Ltd («Fitch») and "Ba3" by Moody's Investors Service, Inc. («Moody’s»).
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Consolidated IFRS reports
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2012
1.18 M
1.18 M
1.29 M
1.29 M
1.73 M
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2.28 M
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2011
1.04 M
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0.34 M
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0.4 M
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2.35 M
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2010
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1.22 M
2.05 M
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3.26 M
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Annual reports
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7.4 M
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4.39 M
3.91 M
2010
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6.15 M
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