NCDC is a key development institution in the North Caucasian Federal District that implements major investment projects in the region and makes the region more attractive for investors.
committed by NCDC
The Fund focuses on ensuring accelerated development of the macro-region in procuring and implementing industrial, transport and utility infrastructure projects.
As at the end of 2014, the Fund considered the possibility of getting involved in
for a total of
In 2014, FCPF proceeded to the procurement of
As at the end of 2014, FCPF’s new investments amounted to RUB 1.4 bn. In total, FCPF approved RUB 4.3 bn of commitments to finance the project procurement.
EXIAR focuses on increasing support to Russian exports and ensuring maximum access to insurance support for various groups of Russian businesses.
In 2014, EXIAR supported exports for
including USD 43.8 bn in the SME segment.
In 2014, Vnesheconombank acquired a follow-on offering of EXIAR’s shares, which increased the Agency’s capital by RUB 1.376 bn.
RDIF aims at attracting foreign direct investments into the Russian economy and boosting business activity in the country. In 2014, RDIF launched two nationally significant large-scale projects involving financing from the National Wealth Fund: ’Bridging the Digital Divide’, a joint project with Rostelecom seeking to expand Internet coverage to smaller communities across Russia, and ’Smart Networks’, a joint project with Rosseti aimed at making the country’s electric power system more efficient.
VEB Asia was set up to engage investors from the Asian Pacific Region in the financing of ambitious projects across Russia and to expand access by Russian issuers to the stock market of Hong Kong. During the first year of its operation, the company focused on fostering partnerships with public and business organisations of the Asian Pacific Region, including by signing agreements on joint implementation of high-potential projects.
VEB Innovations Fund supports innovative growth and modernisation of the Russian economy, mainly as part of financial support to the Skolkovo Foundation’s projects.
for a total of RUB 593.7 mn, with VEB Innovations Fund’s commitment coming at
VEB-Leasing seeks to provide additional support to the economy by promoting the lease services market. In 2014, VEB-Leasing retained its lead in the Russian market in terms of lease volumes and in terms of new business, including those in the SME segment. As at the end of 2014, the amount of the company’s gross investments in lease was
Including RUB 45.1 bn in the SME segment. In 2014, VEB-Leasing received a government subsidy of RUB 592.2 mn.
VEB Engineering offers engineering and consulting services to support investment projects of Vnesheconombank and other major investors operating in key sectors of the Russian economy. In 2014, VEB Engineering’s revenue from project support amounted to
VEB Capital manages distressed and non-core assets of Vnesheconombank Group to increase their market value and recover relevant investments. The company also acted as an agent to implement Vnesheconombank’s Programme of Investment in Affordable Housing Construction and Mortgage Loans in
SME Bank acts for Vnesheconombank to implement the programme for support to the SME sector and also provides guarantee support to medium-sized enterprises. SME Bank strategically focuses on financing non-trade, including innovative, SMEs.
In 2014, the bank lent
to innovative SMEs, which represents 63% of the total amount of support to SMEs under the programme. In 2014, Vnesheconombank increased SME Bank’s capital by RUB 2.06 bn.
Russian subsidiary banks whose control stakes Vnesheconombank acquired during the financial crisis of
Globexbank ranks among Top 30 Russian banks. In 2014, the bank was 28th by assets, 25th by equity and 20th by corporate loans.
In 2014, Vnesheconombank issued a RUB 5 bn subordinate loan to Globexbank to increase its capital.
Our foreign subsidiary banks operate to reinforce economic relations between Russia, Belarus and Ukraine
In 2014, BelVEB ranked 5th among Belarusian banks by assets and equity, 7th by customer deposits and 5th by capital.
In 2014, the share of Russian-Belarusian integration projects in the total funding of corporate customers by BelVEB stood at 43.1%, or considerably above targets.