December 2012 — IFC transferred 4.6% of CBM shares to RBOF Holding Company I, Ltd, a wholly-owned subsidiary of IFC Russian Bank Capitalization Fund, LP, which forms a group of companies with International Finance Corporation.
July 2012 — EBRD and IFC, CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW and its shareholder signed the agreements on purchase of 15% of the Bank's shares by EBRD and IFC. In August 2012 additional issue of shares of the Bank in favour of EBRD and IFC completed.
November 2011 — A/B syndicated loan. IFC arranged a USD 131mln syndicated loan with thirteen foreign banks.
September 2010 — A/B syndicated loan. IFC acted as lead arranger and granted a USD 40 mln Рђ Loan due 2015. The total amount raised was USD170 mln.
February 2006 — Joining the Global Trade Finance Program.
The Global Trade Finance Program was launched in September 2005. CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW was the first bank in Russia to join IFC's Global Trade Finance Program and to receive a non-tied credit line to finance export-import transactions for up to USD 10 mln. Big volumes of trade financed by the Bank, its wide network of foreign counterparties and stainless reputation in the international market earned it leading positions in trade finance. At present, the facility amount is USD 140 mln. In 2012 the total volume of trade finance transactions exceeded USD 860 mln, of which transactions more than 15% were financed under the IFC's facility.
July 2005 — Signing of a USD5 mln mortgage lending facility due 2013.
October 2004 — Signing of a 5-year USD10 mln SME on-lending facility.
Russia became a member and shareholder of IFC in 1993. IFC provides loans, equity and structured investments, risk management products, and advice to encourage growth of private sector in developing countries. As of the end of 2012 financial year, Russia was the fifth-largest country exposure for IFC globally with $2.3 billion invested, which represented 5% of IFC's total portfolio.
The mission of IFC is to promote sustainable private sector investment in developing countries, helping to reduce poverty and improve people's lives. IFC finances private sector investments in the developing world, mobilizes capital in the international financial markets, helps clients improve social and environmental sustainability, and provides technical assistance and advice to governments and businesses. As of the end of 2012 financial year (30 June 2012) IFC committed nearly $45 billion in 576 projects in 103 countries, with $15.5 billion from its own account.