Rosbank is in TOP-10 systemically important banks of Russia
Rosbank is included in the list of ten systemically important credit institutions by the Central Bank of Russia released on July 15, 2015. Rosbank have been become systemically important bank since July 2014. According to the CBR, as of 1 July 2015 ten largest financial institutions, included in the list, account for over 60% of the Russian banking sector assets. These banks have a high level of sustainability and financial strength, their indicators meet all regulatory requirments.
Among the criteria to determine systemically important banks are size of a credit institution in terms of total assets, the share of individual deposits in total deposits of Russian banking system, as well as the volume of transactions in the interbank market, funds raised from other financial institutions and funds placed at other financial institutions.
Systemically important banks will have to conform to the new standards, including the liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) and additional requirements for capital adequacy in accordance with Basel III. In particular, the regulator will introduce additional requirements in terms of short-term liquidity indicator (LCR) and surcharge for capital adequacy.
The Central Bank of Russia also published the schedule of the Basel III standard implementation regards to short-term liquidity. A liquidity coverage ratio (LCR) will be introduced from October 1, 2015.
For systemically important banks — parents of banking groups, requirements to observe the LCR will be applied on a consolidated basis, for the others — on an individual basis.
“The Rosbank level of capital is sufficient to cover all types of risks and to achieve tactical and strategic objectives of the business. The values of the required capital ratios are significantly higher than the Bank of Russia requires. Current and estimated value of the short-term liquidity indicator of Rosbank as of October 1 exceeds the required limit. The Bank is ready to fulfill it in accordance with the requirements of the Central Bank ", - Dmitry Olyunin, Rosbank CEO, commented.
Top-10 list includes: Rosbank, UniCredit Bank, Gazprombank, VTB Bank, Alfa-bank, Sberbank, FC Otkritie Bank, Promsvyazbank, Raiffeisenbank, and Rosselkhozbank.