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Sponsors of COINS-2012

General Sponsor
Goznak started its history in 1818, when the Expedition of Storing State Papers was founded in accordance with the Decree of the Emperor Alexander I. Today, Federal State Unitary Enterprise “Goznak” incorporates 8 branches including two mints – in Saint Petersburg and in Moscow. The Saint Petersburg and Moscow Mints carry out the order of the Bank of Russia for striking change, commemorative and investment coins, they produce state awards and distinction marks, issue commemorative medals, various souvenirs, marks of assay as well as jewellery.
www.goznak.ru  www.mintspb.ru  www.mmint.ru
Golden Sponsor

Nomos is a leading privately-owned Russian universal bank offering a wide range of banking products and services to corporate, small business and retail clients, as well as investment banking services, across the most economically developed regions of Russia. Following the results of 2010, Nomos is ranked as the 2nd largest privately-owned Russian bank in terms of assets.

Today Nomos has a substantial and growing client base. Nomos is a strong player in corporate lending with a well—diversified exposure to a wide array of industries, geographies and customer segments. Nomos has a profitable investment banking franchise and is one of the largest players in domestic interbank lending, trading, forex and brokerage. The bank continues to grow its retail which is supported by an extensive distribution network and is further extending its services to small business clients, aiming to significantly increase its share of this segment of the market.

Nomos has a strong financial track record demonstrating sustainable growth and profitability for over a decade and has proven its ability to perform successfully during a financial crisis. According to the reviewed interim Q3—2011 IFRS Report as at 30 September 2011, Nomos’ total assets demonstrated growth of 21.5% in the first 9 months 2011 reaching RUB 644.2 billion (US$ 20.2 billion). Nomos’ equity reached RUB 70.1 billion (US$ 2.2 billion). In 2011 NOMOS Bank continued to deliver on profitability and creating shareholder value. NOMOS’ nine-month net profit amounted to RUB 6.9 billion, down 11% on annualized basis compared to 2010 Pro forma results (assuming that the acquisition of BKM took place on January 1, 2010) . During Q3 2011 profitability results were negatively affected by revaluation of securities portfolio, mostly represented by high quality Russian corporate bonds. These losses have been partially recovered as of November 2011.

NOMOS-BANK has long-term international credit ratings of «BB» (Outlook Stable) from Fitch and «Ba3» (Outlook Stable) from Moody’s and domestic credit ratings of «BBB» from RusRating and «AA+» from the National Rating Agency.