As one of the largest market makers on the secondary market of rouble government, corporate and municipal bonds, Sberbank of Russian Corporate & Investment Banking (Sberbank CIB) generates on average 15-20% of its trade turnover from debt instruments and 25–30% of its turnover from REPO transactions.

Sberbank CIB is also an active player on the secondary eurobond market of Russia, CIS, and Central and Eastern Europe. We support fixed quotations for liquidity bonds traded with our participation (SBER in Bloomberg, SBER page in Reuters).

Sberbank CIB offers its clients:

  • Security purchase and sale operations
  • Brokerage and depositary services on the market of fixed return instruments
  • Operations for direct and reverse repurchase of bonds denominated in roubles and foreign currency on the exchange and over-the-counter markets

REPO operations are performed for 1 to 365 days within the established limits for securities serving as transaction collateral.  Over-the-counter operations are performed under the Master Agreement for General Terms of REPO Agreements on the Securities Market.

*Russian rouble (RUB), US dollar (USD), common European currency (EUR), British pound (GBP), Japanese yen (JPY), Australian dollar (AUD), Canadian dollar (CAD), Swiss franc (CHF), Swedish krona (SEK), Norwegian krone (NOK), Danish krone (DKK), Chinese yuan (CNY) , Singapore dollar (SGD), Czech koruna (CZK), Turkish lira (TRY), Hungarian forint (HUF), Croatian kuna (HRK), Polish zloty (PLN), Kazakh tenge (KZT), Ukrainian hryvnia (UAH), Belarusian rouble (BYR), etc.


Reuters Dealing Code: SBRR

Bloomberg: SBER