JSC Sumitomo Mitsui Rus Bank (SMBCR) offers a broad range of financial services and provides corporate customers with extensive expertise supported by SMBC Group’s worldwide network and strong presence in financial markets.
SMBC Group has been active in Russia for many years, and established its Moscow representative office in 2005. SMBCR was established in 2009 to further develop commercial banking business in the country.
In 2011, SMBCR increased its charter capital to 6.4 billion rubles to expand the capability of its onshore banking business.
|Capital stock||RUB 17.0bn (including subordinated loan RUB 3.7bn)|
1% SMBC BI
|Head office||Presnenskaya naberezhnaya, 10, block C, 20F, Moscow, 123112, Russia.|
|Income*||Net interest income |
Profit before income tax
|Total assets*||RUB 76.7bn|
|Regulator||Central Bank of Russia (CBR)|
|Credit rating||ACRA AAA(RU), stable outlook|
*SMBCR fiscal year 2020, average FX rate calculated @ RUB 72.13 / US$
Information correct as of 31 December 2020 unless otherwise stated.
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A relationship manager will support you with information and assistance with legal documents. An extensive network of correspondent banks ensures high-speed and reliable payments.
|USD||United States dollar|
|GBP||British pound sterling|
Working with SMBCR Faktura is simple and intuitive, it is effective solution to reduce costs and increases the efficiency of your invoicing administration.
Our client base is diverse and has specific needs, and we are experienced and dedicated to meeting these. We enjoy a strong market presence in the arrangement and underwriting of various types of syndicated and bilateral loan transactions.
SMBCR carefully monitors changes in the market situation and clients’ demands during the whole period of financing. We aim to effectively manage the requests of our clients and achieve an increase of existing credit.
Our business in Russia focuses on the main industries where SMBC Group has a solid track record.
SMBCR offers the comprehensive documentary credit and bank guarantee services to securely fund your needs during important transactions and effectively increase your investment potential.
A letter of credit is usually used to guarantee that a buyer’s payment to a seller will be received in time and for the correct amount.
It is a hedging payment tool mainly used in international trade to eliminate risks such as unfamiliarity with a foreign country, customs, or political instability.
Letters of credit may be used in domestic transactions, in trading with real estate and securities, and in other cases that require a bank’s obligation for payment.
A bank guarantee is a written declaration by a bank to ensure the liabilities of a debtor will be met. It is a security instrument, by which the contract parties can minimise their commercial risks and agree more favourable commercial conditions.
On the basis of a request by a client or correspondent bank, SMBCR provides all types of bank guarantees, including:
SMBCR Treasury Department meets a wide variety of customer demands on a case-by-case basis by exploring tailor-made solutions utilising the strong relationship we have with our parent company’s treasury operations in Japan and the UK.
We offer high-quality services for client and interbank market transactions. We have an active money market desk offering pricing in deposits and loans.
With Russian trade relationships to global economy evolving, there is a growing demand for hedging. To meet those needs our trading desk can offer standard foreign exchange transactions as well as more sophisticated hedging strategies.
Information is key in the financial world, and we pride ourselves on our proactive measures to impart this information to our customers through a series of reports and with direct contact with our customers. We compile this information from a variety of sources amongst an extensive network of our contacts based in financial institutions around the globe.
Currency control legislation imposes various restrictions on payments in roubles and foreign currency between residents and non-residents. Despite significant liberalisation of currency regulation, certain currency law restrictions continue to exist.