V. Dmitriev: “By supporting big business we shouldn’t forget about developing small and medium-sized enterprises”
The National Banking Magazine
Moscow, October 2, 2015
A key priority in VEB’s operation should be to support major investment projects aimed at introducing advanced technologies to increase our country’s export potential. This is a crucial task now, given that the amount of long money in our economy is decreasing under the influence of restrictive measures taken against Russia.
This is an opinion that Vnesheconombank Chairman Vladimir Dmitriev voiced in his address at the International Investment Forum Sochi-2015. “At the same time, by supporting big business we shouldn’t forget about developing small and medium-sized enterprises. In our activity we always keep this in mind and to this end for example we created a single window system for owners of SMEs. We hope that this system, to be more exact, the Export Center will play a key role in supporting SMEs”, explained Vladimir Dmitriev.
“I’d like to stress that this initiative is important because it is designed to create investment lift. It is aimed at reducing tax burden on SME companies through entering into their capital by the Credit Guarantee Agency”, added Vnesheconombank’s Chairman.
Total value of VEB’s projects in the Krasnodar Territory is 3.5 trillion rubles
Moscow, September 30, 2015
MOSCOW, Sept. 30- RIA Novosti/Prime. The cost of funding projects in the Krasnodar Territory by VEB is 3.5 trillion rubles, RIA Novosti reported at the State Corporation’s press office in connection with the Sochi International Investment Forum to open on October 2, 2015.
“The total value of projects in the Krasnodar Territory as of September 1, 2015, is 6.7 trillion ruble, with VEDB’s approved participation share being 3.5 billion rubles. A total of 1.9 trillion rubles were committed to projects with VEB’s participation in the Krasnodar Territory”, according to the State Corporation’s press office.
Out of them VEB fully funded the construction of 20 Olympic facilities in Sochi for an amount of 251.1 billion rubles, with their total value being 334.4 billion rubles.“Since the establishment of the Bank for Development, VEB’s governance bodies approved the Bank’s participation in 331 projects. Out of them VEB completed funding of 77 projects, at present, 198 projects are being funded”, they said at VEB’s press office.
Among projects funded are the construction and operation of Alpine Ski resort Rosa Khutor valued at 85.4 billion rubles, with VED’s participation share being 72.8 billion rubles, as well as the construction of Olympic facilities at GornayaKarusel sports and tourist complex in Krasnaya Polyana valued at 93.7 billion rubles, with VEB’s participation share being 59.7 billion rubles. The cost of VEB’s participation in the project on the construction of the main Olympic Village to accommodate 3000 athletes is 24.8 billion rubles out of 28.5 billion rubles.
The construction of a five-star hotel in Immertinskaya lowland wasin the Krasnodar Territorybillion rubles out of which VEB committed 4.9 billion rubles. The construction of an office building in this district was worth 4.99 billion rubles, with VEB accounting for 4.3 billion rubles. The construction