On the 27th of July, 1992 the headquarters of the Central Bank of the Russian Federation in Tyumen oblast (region) registered the ?Bank of Khanty-Mansiysk for Revival and Development of the Peoples of the North? as a closed joint-stock company under ? 1971 with the authorized capital amounting to 20 million rubles. The following enterprises and firms founded the Bank: a branch of the RF Pension Fund in Khanty-Mansiysk autonomous okrug, an industrial association of communication of Khanty-Mansiysk autonomous okrug, Commercial bank ?Yugran Joint Stock Bank?, a small research-and-production enterprise ?MOST-XXI?, and a joint-stock company ?Yurang?. According to the Charter, the Bank was founded in order to render the whole complex of credit, financial, accounting, cash, and other banking services to the customers, as well as to render assistance in executing programs for the economic and social development of Khanty-Mansiysk autonomous okrug. The other purpose was to establish a credit and financial system for the local self-government.
Having obtained the permanent licence ?1971, issued by the Central Bank of the Russian Federation on August 11th 1992, the Bank became a credit organization and joined the banking system of the Russian Federation. The Bank obtained the right to perform credit and accounting operations in rubles and began to accumulate free cash resourses of enterprises, associations, organizations, institutions, cooperative societies, and population. The Bank also started to perform credit and intermediary operations, as well as to finance capital investments, carry out customers? cash service and perform other banking operations within the limits of the commissions, granted by the RF Central Bank. The first branch of the Bank was opened in Moscow in September 1992.
JSC Bank of Khanty-Mansiysk becomes the first Bank-operator in Russia to implement the budget of the RF Pension Fund. The Bank obtains the right to perform banking operations in foreign currency. It also becomes an authorized dealer of the RF Treasury to work with golden certificates. A new branch of the Bank is opened in the town of Sovetskiy.
Three more branches of the Bank are opened in the cities of Tyumen, Surgut, and Novosibirsk. The Bank becomes a participant of the UNION CARD payment system, the most popular payment system in Russia. The first outlet is opened in Khanty-Mansiysk. The Bank of Khanty-Manisysk becomes a participant of the Siberian Interbank Foreign Currency Exchange. On November 15th 1995 the Bank of Khanty-Mansiysk obtains the General licence ? 1971, granted by the RF Central Bank headquarters, and receives the right to perform banking operations in foreign and national currencies. On the basis of the General licence the Bank gets the status of the authorized Bank of the Government of Khanty-Mansiysk autonomous okrug for implementing investment projects and programs.
In order to render a wide range of modern banking services the Bank launches several new programs, including: the emission of plastic cards for Russian and international payment systems and their maintenance; operations with precious metals; implementation of investment programs on the territory of Khanty-Mansiysk autonomous okrug and beyond its borders by way of using own financial resources of the Bank.
On the basis of the decision arrived at the extraordinary general shareholders? meeting, the closed joint-stock company ?Bank of Khanty-Mansiysk for Revival and Development of the Peoples of the North? is renamed into the open joint-stock company ?Bank of Khanty-Mansiysk?. The Bank becomes the managing company for the non-governmental Pension Fund of Khanty-Mansiysk. The status of an authorized Bank of the RF Treasury is obtained in order to perform operations with treasury notes.
The Bank obtains the licence to perform operations with precious metals.
On July 9th 1997 the Bank obtains the General licence ? 1971, which grants the right to perform banking operations and transactions in the national and foreign currencies worldwide. From that day on the Bank has been rendering a wide range of services, including the following: attracting cash assets of natural persons and legal entities into deposits (non-fixed as well as for certain periods); allocating the attracted cash resources into deposits on behalf of its own name and at its own expense; opening and keeping bank accounts; making payments by clients? commissions, including authorized correspondent-banks and foreign banks; collecting cash assets, bills of exchange, and documents, concerned with payments; performing cash service for customers and providing maintenance of plastic cards; carrying out purchase and sale of foreign currency in cash and without cash transfer; performing leasing and factoring operations; consulting; charity and sponsorship.
The authorized capital is increased up to 40 million rubles. A new branch is opened in the town of Yugorsk.
Since July 29th 1999 the authorized capital of the Bank has been increased up to 100 million rubles. More than 50% of the shares of the Bank have passed into the possession of the shareholders ? the state-owned enterprises and institutions of Khanty-Mansiysk autonomous okrug. The Bank joins the international payment system Eurocard/Mastercard. Alexander Filipenko, Governor of Khanty-Mansiysk autonomous okrug, is elected Chairman of the Board of Directors.
The Bank registers issue prospectus for 900 million rubles. The Bank obtains the licence of a professional participant on the equity market.
The authorized capital is increased up to 1 milliard rubles. The Bank becomes a member of the Association of Russian Banks, a member of the Association of Credit Organizations in Tyumen oblast (region), and a member of the Association of Regional Banks ?Russia?.
The authorized capital is increased up to 2 milliard rubles. A new branch is opened in the town of Nefteyugansk. The Bank purchases the control block of shares of the open joint-stock company Comvesbank. The State Customs Committee of the Russian Federation enrolls the JSC Bank of Khanty-Mansiysk into a register of organizations, which can act as guarantors for the customs. The bank wins contests and thus obtains the right to service budget accounts in the towns of Khanty-Mansiysk, Sovetsky, Yugorsk, Pyt?-Yakh, Raduzhny, and in the districts of Khanty-Mansiysk and Sovetsky. The Bank obtains the gold-export licence. The Bank wins the contest ?The Bank of Service of High Culture?. Dmitriy Mizgulin, President of the Bank, wins Russian contests ?The Top Banker 2002?, and ?The Top Manager in the Banking Sphere 2002?.
The reorganization of the JSC Bank of Khanty-Mansiysk takes place and it becomes associated with the JSC Commercial East-European Siberian Bank (JSC Comvesbank). New branches of the Bank are opened in the city of St.Petersburg, in the towns of Nizhnevartovsk, Raduzhny, Langepas, Beloyarsky, and in the workers? town of Berezovo (in total, there are 14 branches of the Bank currently operating nowadays). The Bank obtains the status of the Principal Member in the payment systems MasterCard and Visa. The Bank of Khanty-Mansiysk and the Central Bank of Russia conclude the general credit contract ?1. Thus the Bank becomes the first credit organization in Siberia which has the possibility to apply for credits to the Central Bank of the Russian Federation. President of the Bank Dmitriy Mizgulin is elected Chairman of the Council of the Association of Credit Organizations in Tyumen oblast. The Bank becomes the laureate of the contest ?The Bank of Service of High Culture 2003?.
New branches are opened in the towns of Megion and Nyagan, situated on the territory of Khanty-Mansiysk autonomous okrug. The Bank becomes a member of the Russian self-regulating organization ?National Association of Funds?.
Registration ?: 1971
Date of the State Registration: July 27th 1992
Location of the State Registration: the Central Bank of the Russian Federation, Moscow
Principal State Registration ?: 1028600001880
Date of enrollment into the Unified State Register of Legal Entities: August 14th 2002
Taxpayer?s Identification Number: 8601000666