Established in 1841, Sberbank is a universal commercial bank with diversified businesses, providing financial services to retail and corporate customers in all regions of presence. Sberbank's geography covers 22 countries, including Russia. The number of the Group's customers has reached 145.6 million. In Russia, Sberbank has 129 million individual and 1.8 million corporate clients. Sberbank plays a significant role in Russias economy as the largest commercial bank in terms of assets, deposits and loans with market shares of 28.6%* in assets, 46.2%* in retail deposits and 39.8%* in retail loans.
In its activity, Sberbank aims to implement transformative digital technologies and increase process efficiency to ensure long-term sustainable development and create value for all stakeholders clients, employees, shareholders, society and state.
Sberbank offers its services thorugh the largest banking distribution network in Russia via 14.7 thousand branches and promotes banking via remote channels, which include Sberbank Online internet banking and Mobile Bank services, with 25.7. million and 28.3 million unique users, respectively, as well as through around 80 thousand ATM and self-service terminals, the largest network in Russia.
Sberbanks international footprint is spread through subsidiary banks in the CIS region (Kazakhstan, Ukraine, Belarus), Turkey via DenizBank, Switzerland, Austria and countries of Central and Eastern Europe via Sberbank Europe as well as through a branch in India and representative offices in Germany and China.
Sberbanks major shareholder is the Central Bank of Russia, which owns 50% of the Banks share capital plus one voting share, while the remaining shareholder base is represented by a wide range of international and domestic investors. The Banks ordinary and preferred shares have been publicly traded in Russia since 1996; Sberbanks American Depositary Shares were listed on the London Stock Exchange, admitted to trading on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange and, trade over the counter in the United States.
General banking license by the Bank of Russia No. 1481.
Sberbanks official website is www.sberbank.com.
*According to Sberbanks calculation as of 01.06.2017