Rossiya Bank has transferred its branch offic​e to the CFT-Bank system

Rossiya Bank has begun using CFT’s banking software system (Platform 1) in its commercial operations in the bank’s main branch office. The adoption of the CFT-Bank system was the next step in the expansion of its cooperation with the CFT Group and its construction of a modern IT infrastructure that meets the bank’s most rigorous requirements. The bank’s head office in Saint-Petersburg and its Moscow branch have been successfully using the CFT-Bank system of banking applications since 2008

Rossiya Bank is a universal financial and credit institution that provides a wide range of banking services to its corporate and individual clients. The bank’s reorganization and merger with Gazenergoprombank was completed in autumn 2010, and the new bank continued its operations under the name of Rossiya Bank. This merger took the bank to an entirely new level of quality. It is now a linchpin financial institution and a recognized leader in the banking industry, with substantial assets and a versatile line of products and services. The bank’s network of branches extends to the most regions of Russia, and the bank’s clients include the leaders in the national economy.

Connecting all the bank’s branches into a single centralized system will allow an information environment to be created where the current focus of activity of this modern credit institution can be carried out with maximum efficiency, its range of banking services can be expanded, and the bank’s future business development can be ensured.

As part of the implementation project at the bank’s main branch, the following divisions have now been automated: Processing Center, Cash Settlement Services, Loans, Deposits, Collections, Securities, and Material Assets.

ROSSIYA BANK is a universal bank that offers its clients almost every kind of banking services. The bank has a general banking license, as well as licenses to operate on the securities market as a professional dealer, broker, and depositor, plus a license from the Federal Financial Markets Service to manage securities. The bank is subject to the mandatory deposit insurance system. Today, this banking group includes SOGAZ, the most rapidly growing insurance group; ZEST, group of leasing companies; and National Media Group, which includes the television channels REN-TV, TRK (Channel 5), First Channel, and a number of service companies. The bank’s website is