ICD in the framework of a secondary public offering has attracted 16.5 billion rubles


Moscow. December 24. Credit Bank of Moscow in the framework of a secondary public offering on the Moscow stock exchange has attracted to the capital of 16.5 billion rubles, according to a press release from the ICD. During SPO, the Bank placed 4.5 billion shares at a price of 3.67 rubles per one security.

Based on the placement price, the market capitalization of ICB amounted to 87.6 billion rubles with regard to shares of the additional issue, the report said.

In the SPO received more than 500 applications of investors to purchase the shares.

“SPO was successfully completed earlier than expected date (28 December 2015), as were all placed shares of additional issue”, – stated in a press release.

“VTB Capital” acted as the exclusive global coordinator placement. “VTB Capital”, ROSBANK and Aton acted as the joint bookrunners. BC Region acted as co-lead Manager of the placement.

ICD in June 2015 held by the IPO is 3.62 rubles per share. As of mid-October of 2015 70% of the shares owned by the concern “Rossium” main Bank owner Roman Avdeev, 5,6% – to the European Bank for reconstruction and development, at 2.2% – International Finance Corporation (IFC) and 3.4% of the Cypriot Holding Company RBOF (owned by the Fund for capitalization of Russian banks IFC), 4,55% – the investment company “Region”, 3,6% – “Rosgosstrakh” and “Capital Insurance”, 1,43% – power boom Investments Ltd (structure Alexander Nesis), 4,85% – The PIF “the Vector of development” under control of UK “Regionfinansresurs”. Another 4.4% of the shares are publicly traded.

ICD in the first three quarters of 2015 is in the 12th place in terms of assets in ranking “Interfax-100” prepared “Interfax-CEA”.