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Exchange bureau were the first private commercial institutions to keep money, issue loans, exchange foreign coins for national ones. In the Russian empire in 1769, banks dealing with notes were opened in Moscow and Saint-Petersburg as well as in other large cities, their offices to change damaged metal coins for banknotes.

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About the Bank

Russian International Bank was incorporated in Moscow in 1994 by the group of Russian and foreign companies aimed at establishing a reliable financial institution with a wide range of up-to-date banking services provided.

Russian International Bank is a member of the following professional banking unions and specialized systems of financial market:

  • Russian Bankers Association;
  • Moscow Banking Union;
  • National Currency Association;
  • National Stock Association;
  • Moscow International Currency Association;
  • International Payment System VISA International (associated member);
  • International Payment System MasterCard Worldwide (affiliated member);
  • Currency Market Section of Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange;
  • Stock exchange of Moscow Interbank Currency Exchange;
  • Reuters Dealing system;
  • SWIFT system;
  • Deposit Insurance System;
  • Partnership with OJSC National Credit Reference Bureau.