SBERBANK PJSC is a Ukrainian commercial bank that provides a full range of banking services to all categories of customers. According to the classification of the National Bank of Ukraine SBERBANK PJSC is considered to be ...
SBERBANK PJSC is a Ukrainian commercial bank that provides a full range of banking services to all categories of customers. According to the classification of the National Bank of Ukraine SBERBANK PJSC is considered to be one of the largest banks in the country in terms of assets. As on September 30, 2015 the Bank’s assets have reached UAH 57.3 billion.
In the third quarter of 2015 the number of private clients exceeded 1 046,000, about 27,000 of small and medium-sized businesses and more than 5,000 of corporate clients. The Bank’s regional network numbers 160 branches.
SBERBANK PJSC traditionally holds the leading positions among Ukrainian banks in terms of trust and confidence as considered both by its clients, partners and independent Ukrainian and international experts. The Bank is rated by Moody's international rating agency.
Being deeply integrated into Ukraine’s economy and society SBERBANK PJSC is not limited to business activity or job creation only. Charitable aid, support of various cultural and sports projects is a good opportunity for the Bank to contribute to improving the quality of Ukrainians’ life. To find out more about SBERBANK PJSC projects please follow the par. History of the Bank.
SBERBANK PJSC is a 100% subsidiary bank of Sberbank and a part of Sberbank International Group.
Sberbank Group is a powerful modern bank, which is rapidly transforming into one of the world's largest financial institutions. The Bank is represented in 22 countries − including CIS, Central and Eastern Europe, Turkey, India, China. Sberbank is in the top 50 largest banks in the world. So, Sberbank ranks 33rd in the ranking of the top 1000 banks in the world in terms of capital (Top 1000 World Banks), published by The Banker magazine in 2014, and takes the first place among the banks in Central and Eastern Europe (in terms of tier I capital).