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Citibank Russia

Citibank Russia logoAO Citibank is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Citigroup Inc. (USA), the leading global financial services company with approximately 200 million customer accounts. It is one of the leading banks in the country with 2000 Citibankers in the Moscow and St. Petersburg branches of the bank serving over 1200 corporate customers. Russian Citibank has over 4,000 employees and its distribution network includes retail branches and about 550 ATMs.

Citibank operates in 3 CIS countries - Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan, with approximately 350 staff offering cash management, trade, lending, FX, treasury and custody services to over 1900 top-tier Russian and global corporate clients.
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Headquarter Moscow, Russia
Key People Zdenek Turek (CEO)
Company Type Joint-stock company
Head Office 8-10, bld. 1, Gasheka St. 125047 Moscow
Phone +7 495 725-1000
Fax +7 495 725-6700
Official Site www.citibank.ru Website
SWIFT Code CITIRUMX
Founded 1993
ID: 1437. Updated: 26.09.2017
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14.07.2011 | Citibank acts as arranger of Rosselkhozbank's three bond issues for the total nominal book value of RUB 20 billion (approx. US$ 714 million). More
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