VTB News (Kazakhstan)

26 september 2011

VTB Bank (Kazakhstan) <>has opened a Branch office in Kostanai City</>

On September 26, 2011 VTB Bank (Kazakhstan) opened a branch office in the administrative center of Kostanai city at the following address: 1 Maya St., building 126.

14.jpgThe branch office with the area of over 850 sq. meters will provide services both to legal entities and physical persons. Small, medium-sized and large businesses operating in Kostanai will be able to obtain the full package of services offered by the Bank: cash processing, crediting, trade financing, Bank-Client remote servicing system etc.
Private clients are offered the full range of banking services: fixed-term deposits, various types of bank loans, money transfers through Western Union, SWIFT, Contact, Unistream, exchange and conversion transactions etc.

Likewise all the branch offices of Bank VTB (Kazakhstan) the Kostanai branch will be opened for business within working hours convenient for clients: Monday to Friday (09.00 - 20.00), Saturday (09.00 - 15.00) without dinner breaks, Sunday - non-business day.

As of today there are 17 second-tier banks operating in Kostanai region.
Sergey Gusarov - the Chairman of the Board of SO JSC VTB Bank (Kazakhstan): “High level of competitiveness in the banking sector of this region urges us to work on the high level. Our strength is ensured by the team of professionals; affiliation with the biggest Russian VTB Group is one of the Bank’s competitive advantages”.


Reference data:
SO JSC VTB Bank is a 100% subsidiary of the biggest Russian OJSC VTB Bank.
VTB Group comprises over 20 banks and financial companies in 19 countries of the CIS, Europe, Asia and Africa. The principal shareholder of VTB is the Government of the Russian Federation (75.5%).
The authorized capital of VTB Bank (Kazakhstan) amounts to 20 billion KZT.
The subsidiary bank has been operating in Kazakhstan since July 1, 2009. As of today there are 14 branch offices in the cities of Astana, Almaty, Aktobe, Atyrau, Karaganda, Kokshetau, Pavlodar, Semei, Taraz, Ust-Kamenogorsk, Shymkent, Taldykorgan, Kyzylorda and Uralsk.
Fitch Ratings Agency has assigned international rating BBB/Stable Outlook to the bank being the evidence of the bank’s positive and stable financial standing.