Our Background

  • November: MCB Capital provided consulting services for a merger that brought together the largest market players in health & beauty products retail business: 36.6 Group and A.V.E. Pharmacy Chain.
  • September: MCB Capital provided support for a transaction whereby ROSSIUM Concern Group acquired a majority interest in JSC Veropharm, a leading Russian manufacturer of pharmaceuticals and one of the major Russian companies that produce generic drugs (generic drugs are an affordable replacement of famous patented pharmaceuticals), cancer treatment pharmaceuticals and medical plasters. Veropharm shares were sold by entities that represented 36.6 Group.
  • On 20 May 2013, MCB Capital was appointed Sole Executive Body of ROSSIUM Concern.
  • January: ROSSIUM Concern shareholder set forth the Group’s long-term development strategy as a diversified asset holding and determined key areas for investments. MCB Capital Managing Company was created as a means of implementing such long-term asset management strategy, ensuring the assets’ performance, exercising control over their business activities, searching for new investment opportunities and supporting investment transactions.
  • In December 2014, the Company completed the sale of over 98% of JSC Veropharm shares to Abbott, an international pharmaceutical company. This deal was significant for the Russian pharmaceutical market and, as such, it was pre-approved by the Government Commission for Monitoring Foreign Investment.
  • December: CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW carried out a SPO of its ordinary shares at the Moscow Exchange. The SPO was completed on 24 December 2015 and 16.5 billion rubles was raised. Based on the offer price, the Bank’s market value reached 87.6 billion rubles (additional share issue included).
  • December: ROSSIUM Concern LLC completed the acquisition of a majority interest in A5 holding company that owns A5, Norma and Pharmadar pharmacy chains.
  • December: A stake of over 75% in Soglasie Private Pension Fund was acquired.
  • September: ROSSIUM Concern registered and fully placed its first-ever Series 01 corporate bond issue for a total par value of 10 billion rubles.
  • September: Based on the expertise accumulated by the real estate broker Ingrad Property LLC, ROSSIUM Concern started actively to expand its real estate investment and development business. Once JSC Ingrad acquired New Medvedkovo project, the company became the main development business entity at ROSSIUM Concern Group.
  • June: CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW carried out a successful IPO of its ordinary shares at the Moscow Exchange. The IPO was completed on 30 June 2015 and 13.2 billion rubles was raised. Based on the set price of a share, 3.62 rubles, the Bank’s market value reached 70.2 billion rubles. Through this IPO, a wide circle of institutional and retail investors became the Bank’s shareholders, and the Bank’s float reached 18.8% of its authorised capital.
  • December: ROSSIUM Concern’s charter capital increase through contributions in the form of Soglasie Private Pension Fund and PJSC OPIN shares was officially registered. As a result, the company’s charter capital was increased by 12.39 billion rubles.
  • December: ROSSIUM Concern acquired control over Agronova-L LLC, a parent company in a group engaged in crop production, cattle farming, cereal farming, industrial crop production and other crop farming. Based on these newly acquired assets, ROSSIUM Concern undertook development of its own agricultural business.
  • December: The merger of A5 and 36.6 pharmacy chains was completed. The pharmacy chains’ merger was carried out through an additional share issue by PJSC 36.6 Pharmacy Chain that became the resulting united pharmacy chain’s parent company. Following the merger, ROSSIUM Concern came to own over 10% of PJSC 36.6 Pharmacy Chain’s voting shares.
  • December: ROSSIUM Concern completed the acquisition of a 90.99% stake in PJSC OPIN from ONEXIM Group. The transaction included the rights to development projects and the land plots owned by PJSC OPIN, as well as the right to Torpedo project. PJSC OPIN has been in development business in Moscow and Moscow Region since 2002; at present, the company owns land plots whose total area is nearly 28,000 hectares. Through the last 14 years, the company sold approximately 500,000 sq. metres of real property and completed development projects that involved construction of high-rise and low-rise residential blocks, terrace houses and cottages over nearly 500 hectares.
  • July: ROSSIUM Concern acquired a controlling interest in DirectNeft LLC, which is the first oil company to be granted a Russian license to carry out oil extraction at Domanikovaya suite.
  • May: ROSSIUM Concern was joined by Ingrad Service LLC which is in charge of the Group’s commercial property management.
  • April: ROSSIUM Concern completed the acquisition of a controlling interest in Pension Fund of Oboronno-Promyshlennogo Kompleksa.
  • Domus Finance LLC (later renamed Ingrad Property LLC), one of the leading real estate brokers in Moscow and Moscow Region, joined ROSSIUM Concern Group.
  • In 2006, ROSSIUM Concern LLC was created as an asset holding company.
  • Following an asset ownership restructuring, ROSSIUM Concern became the sole shareholder of CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW.

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