Russian Agricultural Bank, JSC
Russian Agricultural Bank, JSC is one of the largest banks in Russia, incorporated in 2000 to contribute to further development of the national credit and financial system of agricultural industry and rural areas. Today the Bank provides full range of banking services and remains the key player in financing of Russian agribusiness. The bank is 100% state-owned.
Russian Agricultural Bank is among the leading financial institutions by capital and assets and in the top group of the most reliable banks. The Bank’s regional branch network is the second largest in Russia with 73 branches operating in all regions of the country. The Bank has representative offices in Belarus, Kazakhstan, Azerbaijan, Armenia and China.
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Сivil Initiative Committee (CIC) is a community of people intent on country's renewal and strengthening of democratic institutes. The Committee carries out research, educational and infrastructural projects focused on development of civil society institutions. In particular, since 2013 CIC annually holds a contest for the National Award «Civil Initiative» and supports holding of the annual All-Russian Forum «Dialogue. Solidarity. Responsibility» — the largest meeting of experts and representatives of Russian civil society.
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Eurasian Development Bank is an international financial institution founded by Russia and Kazakhstan in January 2006 with the mission to facilitate the development of market economies, sustainable economic growth and the expansion of mutual trade and other economic ties in its member states. The member states of the Bank are the Republic of Armenia, the Republic of Belarus, the Republic of Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, the Russian Federation, and the Republic of Tajikistan. Since its inception the Bank has financed more than 150 investment projects totaling USD 6,1 bln.
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Russian Economic Developers Association (ASSET) unites experts engaged in fostering economic development of cities and regions according to individual membership. The main goal of the Association is to enhance socio-economic development of Russian regions through creating a community of high professional territorial development experts.
The Russian Guild of Property Managers and Developers (RGMD or RGUD) is the association of property managers, developers and other real estate professionals of Russia and CIS countries. RGMD strategic objectives are to enhance the growth of real estate market and increase professional expertise of member-companies. These objectives are implemented in active cooperation with leading international associations, institutions and schools of knowledge. By drawing from world-best experience RGMD establishes guidelines for doing business in the commercial real estate market of Russia; contributes to the dynamic growth and increased investment potential of regional markets.
Development of the real estate market, efficient management of private and public property, high quality and diversity of services provided by the Guild members are the safeguard for economic stability and favorable business environment in the country. RGMD today: more than 450 development, management and other companies; member-companies from more than 40 cities of Russia; partners in CIS countries, USA, Great Britain, Germany, Sweden, Finland, Israel.
The Programme is a financing instrument drafted with joint contribution of its core regions; South Karelia, South Savo and Kymenlaakso in Finland and Saint Petersburg and Leningrad region in Russia, with the support of the European Union and the National Authorities in both countries. Its objective is contribute to overall wellbeing and development of the border area by financing cross-border cooperation projects under four thematic objectives; Business and SME development, Education, research, technological development and innovation, Environmental protection, climate change mitigation and disasters prevention/management and Promotion of border management and border security. The Programme is funded by the European Union, the Russian Federation and the Republic of Finland.
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