About UniCredit

UniCredit is and will remain a simple successful pan-European Commercial Bank, with a fully plugged in CIB, delivering a unique Western, Central and Eastern European network to its extensive client franchise: 26 million customers.

UniCredit meets the evolving needs of its clients with a full commercial offer which harnesses strong synergies between the different business divisions, including CIB, Commercial Banking, and Wealth Management.

UniCredit offers its clients both local and international expertise by providing unparalleled access to market leading products and services in its 14 core markets through its European banking network: Italy, Germany, Austria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, Russia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Turkey. Leveraging on an international network of representative offices and branches, UniCredit serves clients in another 18 countries worldwide.

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UniCredit in Russia

UniCredit Bank is a Russian commercial bank, operating in Russia since 1989. Ranked 8th by total assets based on  2018 results (Interfax-100 ranking), UniCredit Bank is the largest foreign bank in Russia. UniCredit Bank is fully owned (100%) by UniCredit Group (UniCredit S.p.A.). The Bank benefits from its strong position in the large Russian corporate finance market and sustainable retail banking business. UniCredit Bank operates under General Banking License № 1 of Central Bank of the Russian Federation.

Press Сenter

We strive to provide full and credible information for maintaining an open dialogue with media and society. The journalists are always welcome to direct questions and queries about the activities of UniCredit Bank, and we are glad to offer expert comments on various finance-related topics.

Corporate social responsibility

Since its foundation, UniCredit Bank has made an active contribution to the life of Russian society, giving priority to corporate responsibility programmes. The Bank has a range of charity commitments, implementing dozens of projects for corporate volunteering, improving the quality of life of war veterans, supporting long-term programmes of charitable foundations, helping people affected by accidents and disasters, and supporting culture and the arts.

The Bank works to preserve Russia’s artistic heritage and has built a collection of more than 100 works of art by Russian masters of the 1920s and 1930s.