Official Partners

  • Gazprombank

    Gazprombank – one of the largest multi-faceted financial institutions in Russia, providing a wide range of products and services to corporate and private customers, financial institutions, institutional and private investors. The Bank also has representative offices in Astana (Kazakhstan), Beijing (China), Ulaanbaatar (Mongolia), New Delhi (India) and Tashkent (Uzbekistan). The Bank provides services to key sectors of the Russian economy and has a strong position on national and global financial markets, holding Russian leadership in arranging and underwriting corporate bond issues, asset management, private banking, corporate financing, etc. Retail business is also a strategically important activity of the Bank. Private customers are offered a full range of services: bank cards, deposits, consumer and mortgage lending, FX transactions, brokerage services and insurance programs. The Bank –one of the technology leaders in the Russian financial market. Over the recent years, the Bank has successfully implemented a digital transformation project, which has remodeled its IT infrastructure, introduced new services to improve customer experience.
  • The State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom (ROSATOM)

    The State Atomic Energy Corporation Rosatom is a multi-industry holding company that comprises assets in power engineering, machine building, and construction. Its strategy is to develop low-carbon generation, including wind power. ROSATOM is the national leader in power generation (accounting for about 20% of the country's total output) and ranks first globally in terms of the size of its portfolio of orders for the construction of nuclear power plants: 33 power units in 10 countries are at different stages of implementation. ROSATOM includes over 350 enterprises and organizations employing a total of more than 290,000 people.

    The ROSATOM business strategy is guided by the international sustainable development agenda. ROSATOM makes a significant contribution to the achievement of the UN Sustainable Development Goals as a low-carbon electricity company, developing nuclear, hydrogen and wind energy. Annually, Russian-designed nuclear power plants prevent more than 210 million tons of greenhouse gas emissions, which is the main cause of climate change.

    Alexey Likhachev — General Director
  • Sberbank

    Sberbank is Russia’s largest bank and a leading global financial institution. Holding almost one-third of aggregate Russian banking sector assets, Sberbank is the key lender to the national economy and one of the biggest deposit takers in Russia. The Government of the Russian Federation represented by the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation is the principal shareholder of Sberbank owning 50% plus one voting share of the bank’s authorized capital, with the remaining 50% minus one voting share held by domestic and international investors. The bank has a major distribution network in Russia with about 14,000 branches. It holds general banking license No. 1481 dd. August 11, 2015, from the Bank of Russia.

    Herman Gref — CEO, Chairman of the Executive Board of Sberbank
  • Group of companies 1520

    Group of companies 1520 is Leader in the field of railway design, construction and signalling.
    Combines 50 organizations, enterprises and design institutes in 23 regions of the country. Develops a network of railways in Russia and the CIS countries.

    In 2014, the Group of Companies 1520 designed 32,000 objects, built over 1,100 kilometers of the overhead wiring, more than 550 bridges and tunnels, hundreds of kilometers of tracks.
    The group develops and produces modern digital traffic control systems for all types of rail
    transport; 850 stations in Russia and abroad are equipped with its microprocessor automation.

    The most important area of work of the 1520 Group of companies is the Eastern Railways. The group is building the Kerak Tunnel - the longest on the Transbaikal Railway. The 1520 participated in the design of the country's first railway bridge to China. Build supplementary routes, bridges, traction substations. Reconstructs the overhead wiring for the expanding of the Trans-Siberian Railway and BAM.