Joint Stock Commercial Mortgage Bank AKIBANK (Public Joint Stock Company) was registered in the Central Bank of the Russian Federation on November, 25,1993, license No. 2587. PJSC AKIBANK is listed in the Register of Banks - participants of the system of the compulsory insurance of deposits under No. 237.
AKIBANK is a universal and dynamically developing bank. It has been demonstrating stable rates of growth in all the main activities throughout the years.
Versatility of AKIBANK considers the service of a wide customer classes: large enterprises, trading companies, representatives of small and medium-sized business and, inherently, individuals.
AKIBANK'S lending to the real sector of economy of the Russian Federation composes the bulk of its active operations. According to the volume of granted credits the bank is reckoned among the first five operating credit companies of the Republic and makes one of the regional leaders according to the volume of loans provided to small businesses entities and entrepreneurs.
Authorized share capital of the bank that makes over 3500 million rubles allows AKIBANK to be steadily reckoned among 200 biggest credit institutions of Russia. The bank constantly increases its authorized share capital thus improving own reliability, strengthening prudential regulations and advancing its capabilities in investment and lending activities. All these foster the capture of high profile and sustainable customers especially in the terms of crises. Only during last 10 years the growth of authorized share capital made 2 531 million rubles that allowed the amount of the capital reach the level of 3,5 billion rubles.
Aiming to extend the customers service area the bank is branched out in all the industrially developed regions of the Republic of Tatarstan: Kazan (the north-western industrial region), Almetyevsk (Zakamye), front and supplementary office in Nizhnekamsk (the north-eastern region of the Republic of Tatarstan). Since 2003 the bank has widened its range of influence outside the territory of the Republic by setting up branches in Moscow, Voronezh, Ufa and front office in Orenburg.