Over fifty employees of the Central Black Earth Interregional Department of Rosprirodnadzor, the Ecology Foundation, Russian Agricultural Bank (RusAg, the Bank) and the Federal State Budgetary Institution “Center for Laboratory Analysis and Technical Measurements in the Southern Federal District” (CLATI) took part in a joint campaign to clean up and improve the beach territory of the Voronezh impounding reservoir near January 25 Street. In three hours of work, almost a ton of waste was collected.
RusAg was assigned the highest category – A1 – of the Anti-Corruption Rating of Russian Business in 2022. The Bank confirmed its status as a company with the highest possible level of anti-corruption and the minimum level of relevant risks.
Since the beginning of the year, Russian Agricultural Bank (RusAg, the Bank) has provided farmers with RUB 68.9 billion, of which RUB 57.8 billion, or 84%, were allocated at a reduced rate of no more than 5%. Tatyana Pantelkina , Director of the Department for Development and Support of Corporate Business at RusAg, spoke about financial and non-financial support for farmers on the fields of the 24th agricultural exhibition “Golden Autumn 2022”.
Russian Agricultural Bank (RusAg, the Bank) provides financial support to agricultural sector in full in a timely manner: since the beginning of 2022, the volume of loans exceeded RUB 1.2 trillion. Almost half of these funds provided at a preferential rate. According to Boris Listov, Chairman of the Management Board of Russian Agricultural Bank, the Bank increased concessional lending by 23%, as compared to the last year, and issued RUB 513 billion.
Despite the unprecedented level of sanctions pressure, the domestic agribusiness is the driver of the Russian economy, said Boris Listov, Chairman of the Management Board of Russian Agricultural Bank (RusAg, the Bank), during a speech at the Federation Council, where budget policy issues were discussed.
The Interregional Department of the Federal Service for Supervision of Natural Resources (Rosprirodnadzor) for the Rostov Region and the Republic of Kalmykia, together with the Ecology Foundation of Russian Agricultural Bank (RusAg, the Bank), carried out a campaign to clear the water protection zone of the Don River on the territory of Zelyony Island in Rostov-on-Don.
Together with the Amur Tiger Centre, Russian Agricultural Bank is implementing a project to support rare Amur tigers.
The opening of foreign trading houses, climate change and geopolitical risks, the transition to settlements in the national currency, peculiarities of the tax regime in China: on the sidelines of the Eastern Economic Forum 2022 in Vladivostok, RusAg studied the main trends in foreign trade, banking and the agricultural sector between Russia and China.
In the H1 2022, the growth in RusAg customers’ deposits amounted to RUB 107 billion, which is 9.1% more than in H1 2021. A particular surge in activity is observed on customer savings accounts, the amount of which increased by 44.6%.
RusAg’s specialists of the ecosystem for farmers (Svoe.Fermerstvo – My Own Farming) named four key drivers of the agricultural sector for the next three years. These included the development of domestic livestock and crop breeding areas, the creation of new types of fertilizers and plant protection products, digital services for agribusiness in the field of precision farming, as well as the development of online trade as the main trend of the last two years.