NOMOS-BANK

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OJSC NOMOS-BANK
ОАО «НОМОС-БАНК»
Type Public (LSENMOS)
Industry Banking
Founded (1993)
Headquarters Moscow, Russia
Services Financial services
Revenue Increase US$616.2 million (2010)
Profit Increase US$261.3 million (2010)
Total assets Increase US$18.7 billion (2010)
Website www.nomos-bank.com

OJSC NOMOS-BANK (Russian: ОАО «НОМОС-БАНК») is one of Russia's largest private listed banks.[1] It has 21 branches and 31 representative offices in Russia.[2] It was co-founded by Igor Finogenov, now CEO of the Eurasian Development Bank.[3] Its current owners include the Czech PPF Group (29.9%)[4] owned by Petr Kellner, the Slovak businessman Roman Korbačka (20%),[5] and the Russian ICT Group (50.1%) of which Alexander Nesis is President.[6]

Currency exchange[edit]

In 2014, the bank offered a service called Client Bank, an online currency conversion service. Corporate customers can use Client Bank to exchange currency online.[7]

On October 21, 2013, NOMOS-BANK has been admitted to trading on the Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange.[8]

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