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Press release: Capital Increase

On the 2nd of March 2016 an Extraordinary General Meeting of the Bank GPB International S.A. ("the Bank") took place and resolved to increase the share capital from EUR 80 million by amount of EUR 50 million up to EUR 130 million through the issue of 50.000 new shares of the Bank with a nominal value of EUR 1000,- each.

Press release: S&P Ratings

On April 18, 2016 Standard & Poor's Rating Services assigned its "BB+" long-term and "B" short-term counterparty credit ratings to Bank GPB International S.A.

The outlook is negative, which reflects S&P's view on the parent company.

Press release: S&P Ratings update

On July 5, 2017, S&P Global Ratings revised its outlook on Russia-based Bank GPB (JSC) and Luxembourg-based Bank GPB International S.A., to stable from negative.

Current ratings therefore are: BB+/Stable/B for long- and short-term counterparty credit ratings.

Press release: Board of Directors

On April 20, 2018, while considering the proposed change from a one-tier corporate governance structure to a two-tier structure with revised roles and responsibilities for the Management of the Company and the proposed Supervisory Board, the Fifth Ordinary Shareholders Meeting of Bank GPB International S.A. decided to reduce the number of Members of the Board from currently eight members to six members and to renew the mandates for the following persons:

-       Mr. Alexey A. Matveev

-       Mr. Dmitry N. Derkatch

-       Mr. Thomas R. Kiefer

-       Mr. Chlodwig M. Reuter

-       Mr. Alexander I. Sobol

-       Mr. Oleg M. Vaksman

 for a term to expire at the annual general meeting which shall vote on approval the accounts of the financial year 2018.

Press release: Capital Increase

On September, 2018 an General Meeting of the Bank GPB International S.A. ("the Bank") took place and resolved to increase the share capital from EUR 130 million by amount of  EUR 50 million up to EUR 180 million through the issue of 50.000 new shares of the Bank with a nominal value of EUR 1000,- each.