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Eurobonds
The table below summarizes all eurobonds issues of the Bank and/or CenterCredit International B.V.: 

Maturity Issued Original amount Coupon Type ISIN Lead manager
30.01.2014 2007 $500 mm 8,625% Senior XS0282585859 ING, JPMorgan
30.09.2011 2006 KZT25 bn 8,25% Senior XS0267377454 Morgan Stanley
30.03.2016 2006 $100 mm 9,125% Junior XS0245586903 ING
02.02.2011 2006 $300 mm 8% Senior XS0243010443 ING, Citigroup
04.02.2008 2005 $200 mm 8% Senior XS0212560055 Citigroup
 
Syndicated loans
The Bank enjoys a well established access to syndicated loans market:

Date Maturity Amount Arrangers Comments
2007 2008 $450 mm ING Bank, London Branch, Standard Bank Plc and Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Europe Limited Extension of $300 mm loan
2006 2007 $266.1 mm Raiffeisen Zentralbank Osterreich Aktiengesellschaft and Citibank N.A. Extension of $200 mm loan
2006 2007,2008,2009 $300 mm ING Bank, London Branch, Standard Bank Plc and Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation Europe Limited
2006 2007 $38 mm ABN AMRO Islamic Financing Murabaha Agrement
2006 2007 $100 mm Deutsche Bank AG London Schuldscheindarlehen transaction
2005 2006 $125 mm Deutsche Bank AG London and ING Bank N.V. Extension of $45 mm loan
2005 2006 $50 mm HSH Nordbank AG
2005 2006,2007 $200 mm Raiffeisen Zentralbank Osterreich Aktiengesellschaft and Citibank N.A.
2004 2005 $70 mm HVB Group, SANPAOLO IMI S.p.A. and Standard Bank London Limited Extension of $36 mm loan
2004 2005 $45 mm Deutsche Bank AG London and ING Bank N.V.
2003 2004 $36 mm HVB Group, SANPAOLO IMI S.p.A. and Standard Bank London Limited
2002 2003 $15 mm Raiffeisen Zentralbank Osterreich Aktiengesellschaft and Citibank N.A
2001 2002 $11 mm Raiffeisen Zentralbank Osterreich Aktiengesellschaft and Citibank N.A
 
Loans from banks
Date Maturity Original amount Lender Comments
2009 2015 $50 mm EBRD MSME
2009 2019 $85 mm IFC Subordinated Loan
2009 2013 $45 mm IFC SME Program
2008 2019 $40 mm Citi Bank Mortgage Program
2008 2014 $10 mm EBRD Energy Efficiency
2008 2013 $50 mm EBRD MSME
2008 2015 $25 mm FMO Subordinated Loan
2008 2013 $40 mm DEG SME Program
2008 2013 $70 mm Eurasian Development Bank SME Program
2007 unlimited $40 mm IFC Global TFP: Guarantee facility
2007 2014 30 mm National City Bank Retail Program
2007 2012 KZT6 bn ADB SME Program
2007 2014 $40 mm DEG Subordinated Loan
2007 2009 $10 mm Korean EXIMBank Extension of Export Financing (credit line)
2006 2008 KZT26.5 bn Morgan Stanley Term Loan
2005 2008 $9 mm Wachovia SME Program
2005 2006 $24 mm EBRD Warehouse Receipts Program
2005 2012 $10 mm IFC Leasing Program
2005 2016 $10 mm EBRD Mortgage Program
2005 2007 $5 mm Korean EXIMBank Extension of Export Financing (credit line)
2004 2011 $10 mm DEG Subordinated Loan
2004 2008 $10 mm EBRD KSBP II
2004 2010 $6 mm EBRD Agricultural Program
2004 2005 $6 mm EBRD Warehouse Receipts Program extended from $3mm
2003 2007 $10 mm EBRD KSBP II
2003 2008 $8 mm DEG, FMO SME Program
2003 2004 $3 mm EBRD Warehouse Receipts
2003 unlimited $15 mm EBRD Trade Finance Programs (credit line)
2003 2005 $5 mm Korean EXIMBank Export Financing (credit line)

 
Trade finance
Correspondent Banks

Currency Country Bank Name SWIFT Account Number
AUD Australia HSBC Bank Australia Limited HKBAAU2SSYD 796646041
USD Austria Raiffeisen Zentralbank Oesterreich AG RZBAATWW 070-55.036.222
Germany Deutsche Bank AG DEUTDEFF 9499377
Commerzbank AG COBADEFF 400/8868747/00 USD
USA JP Morgan Chase Bank CHASUS33 400951258
Standard Chartered Bank NY SCBLUS33 3582023208001
HSBC Bank USA MRMDUS33 000303488
Citibank N.A. CITIUS33 36017197
Wells Fargo Bank N. A. PNBPUS3NNYC 2000193002560
The Bank of New York Mellon IRVTUS3N 890-0587-520
Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas N.Y. BKTRUS33 04411595
S. Korea Kookmin Bank(payments to and from Korea only) CZNBKRSE 790-8-USD-01-1
EUR Austria Raiffeisen Zentralbank Oesterreich AG RZBAATWW 077-55.036.222
Unicredit Bank Austria AG BKAUATWW 129-112-792/02
Belgium ING Bank Belgium BBRUBEBB 301.0105678.29
Germany Deutsche Bank AG DEUTDEFF 9499377
Commerzbank AG COBADEFF 400/8868747
Standard Chartered Bank GmbH SCBLDEFX 18081702
BYR Belarus Republic Belvnesheconombank BELBBY2X 1702795219014
JPY Japan Standard Chartered Bank Tokyo SCBLJPJT 2343606 - 1110
KGS Kyrgyz Republic «UniCredit Bank» OJSC ENEJKG22 1090121140350149
CHF Switzerland Credit Suisse CRESCHZZ 0835-0902007-03-001
RUB Russia Sberbank of Russia SABRRUMM012 30111810800000000277
BCC-Moscow BCCMRUMM 30111810900000000003
UniCredit Bank IMBKRUMM 30111810300013053307
Bank VTB VTBRRUMM 30111810955550000091
Promsvyazbank PRMSRUMM 30111810510000163701
Alfa Bank ALFARUMM 30231810300000000008
KZT Russia Sberbank of Russia SABRRUMM012 30111398500000000000
BCC-Moscow BCCMRUMM 30111398600000000003
GBP UK Deutsche Bank London AG DEUTGB2L 03068530000GBP000LDN
CAD Canada Bank of Montreal BOFMCAM2 31441039594
 

Trade finance description

Trade Finance description 

Bank CenterCredit JSC offers a full spectrum of trade finance services and support of foreign trade transactions for companies in the foreign trade business. 

We widely use Trade Finance products such as a documentary letters of credit, documentary collections and guarantees. 

Documentary Letter of Credit is one of the safest ways of settlements between parties of contract minimizing commercial, political and legal risks which can arise in international trade. 

A letter of credit is a conditional financial obligation of the Bank, undertaken on the buyer’s (applicant) request, to execute payments in favour of the seller (beneficiary) upon the submission by the latter of the documents corresponding to the terms of the letter of credit, or to another authorized bank to execute the payment. 
Advantages for the Buyer (the Importer): 
  • Evidence of paying capacity, which is especially important when establishing new trade relations;
  • Money will be paid to the seller no sooner than the buyer receives the documents corroborating the delivery of the goods;
  • Minimization of risks to receive goods of improper quality, quantity, packing or with late shipment of goods.
  • A credit against goods may be obtained when using a letter of credit with deferred payment;
  • A wide choice of financing forms for any terms of transaction.
Advantages for the Seller (the Exporter): 
  • Guarantee of payment - the seller can be sure of receiving the money subject to the timely submission of the documents corresponding to the terms of the letter of credit to the Bank since Letter of Credit is payment obligation of a Bank;
  • Minimization of country, political and legal risks due to application of Uniform Customs and Practіce for Documentary Credіts of ICC Publication 600 (revision 2007) and moreover, a letter of credit can be confirmed by the third bank, preferable for the seller.
Documentary Collection is a method of payment whereby the exporter initiates, through the banking system, the collection of money due to him from the importer. Payment will be made against commercial or financial documents. 

Advantages for the Buyer (the Importer): 
  • Evidence of shipment of goods – the buyer can pay to the seller only after delivery of goods; The buyer has the possibility to see documents before he buys them.
  • Inexpensive method of payment
Advantages for the Seller (the Exporter): 
  • when sending the documents representing the goods, the seller is sure that the bank will not release them to the buyer before acceptance of bill of exchange or payment made.
  • Inexpensive method of payment
Bank Guarantee is a written undertaking of a bank (guarantor) to pay the beneficiary the amount of money stated in the guarantee in the event that the principal (a bank customer ordering the bank to issue a guarantee) should default under his obligations secured by the guarantee. 

Types of guarantees: 
  • Bid guarantee (bond)
  • Performance bond
  • Guarantee for warranty obligations (warranty bond)
  • Advance payment guarantee
  • Payment guarantee
  • Credit/loan repayment guarantee
Trade Finance: 
For short-term financing can be used the following instruments: 
  • Letter of Credit with post-financing terms
  • Discounting of letter of credit with deferred payment terms
  • Pre-import, pre-export loans
Basic conditions: 
  • Amount of financing: from 70 000 US Dollars/ or equivalents in Euro
  • Tenor of financing: 3 – 24 months (depending on type of goods and amount of financing)
  • Up to 100% of contract value can be financed
For medium and long-term financing of capital goods can be used a scheme of financing guaranteed by foreign Export Credit Agencies (ECA). At present time Bank CenterCredit has experienced working with the following ECA: Euler Hermes (Germany), SACE (Italy), Atradius (The Netherlands), EDC (Canada) and has conclude a number of Loan Agreements with some foreign banks in Europe, Asia, America. 

Basic conditions: 
  • Amount of financing: from 300 000 US Dollars/ equivalents in Euro (optimal not less 500 000 US Dollars)
  • Tenor of financing: 36 – 84 months (depending on type of equipment and amount of financing)
  • Up to 85% of contract value can be financed; at least 15% should be paid by importer in advance
  • Repayment of principal begins 6 month after starting point (last delivery of goods or mean –weighted delivery or readiness of operation of equipment).
  • Generally ECAs insure up to 95% of financed amount against all political and commercial risks.
Advantages: 
  • Long repayment period, including a grace period of 6 months
  • Competitive pricing
  • Fixed or floating rate options
  • Minimization of risks for exporter