The Central Bank of Russia has disconnected from its system of “electronic Banking for urgent payments” (BESP) capital StarBank, reports RIA “Novosti” with reference to a source in banking circles. Deprivation of commercial Bank access to BESP often precedes the revocation of his license to conduct banking operations. A recent example of this was the case with Metropolitan Russia — in mid-December, the Bank was disconnected from BESP, then in the top-50 Russian banks was introduced temporary administration, January 21, 2016 it lost the license.
StarBank is a member of the Deposit insurance system, according to the reporting Bank’s total deposits and current accounts of physical persons for October 1, 2015 stood at 13.84 billion rubles But now in Sturbance deposits from the public do not accept, explaining that for technical reasons.
“Go to technical settings independent line,” he said today RIA “news” the employee of the Bank, zatrudnilisj to answer, when the reception is resumed. At the beginning of March 2016 about Starbeam suspension of acceptance of deposits reported by the portal “Banks.ru”, then the Bank also talked about the technical problems.
Currently in the “Private clients” on the website of the Moscow office of StarBank there is no information about the conditions of reception of contributions of the population.
According to RIA Rating, on 1 January 2016 StarBank ranked 167 th place in the Russian banking system with assets of $ 24.5 billion rubles.
According to StarBank its co-owners is a group of citizens of Armenia, Uzbekistan and Russia, which belongs from 7,25% to 19.7% of the shares of the credit institution. One of the largest owners of StarBank is the Chairman of its Board of Directors aghajan Avanesov.
StarBank was established on the basis of the branch of Promstroibank of the USSR located on the Yamal Peninsula, the town of Noyabrsk. In October 1990 the Department was reorganized into the commercial Bank in November, which was mainly the subdivisions of “NNG”, in 2007 after the change of ownership, the Bank changed its name, and in 2008, moved its head office to Moscow.
Now, in addition to the head office the Bank has three branches, two representative offices and 19 sales offices in the cities of Bryansk, Chelyabinsk, Magnitogorsk, Ufa, Omsk, Tyumen, Surgut, Noyabrsk, Gubkinsky, Muravlenko, Salekhard, Yekaterinburg, Novy Urengoy and Labytnangy.