|The Joint Stock Commercial Bank «Transstroibank» (Joint Stock Company), hereinafter referred to as «the Bank» or «Transstroibank», was established in April 1994.|
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On February 17, 2005 the Bank was included in the register of banks participating in the obligatory deposit insurance system (registration No. 659).
In December 2007 the Bank was included in the register of the banks and other credit institutions which can be guarantors to customs authorities. According to the Order of the Federal Customs Service of the RF, Transstroibank has the right to give customs guarantees until February 29, 2016, with the maximum allowable sum of one bank guarantee being 35 million rubles.
From 1998 to 2013, the Bank’s audit according to Russian Accounting Standards was performed by the Auditing Firm ENEKO-1 Limited Liability Company. And since 2014 the Bank’s audit according to Russian Accounting Standards is performed by the Univers-Audit (Joint Stock Closed Company), the member of the HLB International.
From 2000 to 2006, the Bank’s audit according to International Financial Reporting Standards was performed by PriceWaterhouseCoopers. From 2007 to 2014, the Bank’s audit according to International Financial Reporting Standards was performed by KPMG. And since 2015 the Bank’s audit according to International Financial Reporting Standards is performed by the Univers-Audit (Joint Stock Closed Company), the member of the HLB International.
On April 22, 2016, Expert RA, rating agency confirmed to the Bank the credit rating the A level “High solvency level”, sublevel rating upgraded to first sublevel, the rating outlook is stable.
Shareholders of the Bank are individuals; the principal shareholder is Pyotr Stepanovich Chitipakhovyan.
As at April 1, 2017, the charter capital of Transstroibank totaled 780 millions rubles, while total equity amounted to 1,229 millions rubles.
The Head Office is located in Moscow at 94 Dubininskaya str., and there are also 14 (fourteen) branches located in Moscow, Saint-Petersburg, Samara, Kazan, Kaliningrad, Lipetsk, Perm, Tuapse and Nizhyiy Novgorod.
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