Moscow - International Moscow Bank (IMB)
|RESOLUTION OF BOARD OF DIRECTORS||24.03.1989|
In 1989 Banca Commerciale Italiana (BCI), together with Soviet and other Western banks, set up a group to create a foreign majority-owned (60%) joint banking venture intended to foster and finance trade with the Soviet Union. Each of the group's members then bought a 12% stake in International Moscow Bank (IMB).
ASI-BCI, VCA; March 24, 1989; vol. 65, p. 299; vol. 66, pp. 1-5
|other banks in the same country||Moscow - Banco di Napoli - Branch Moscow - KMB Bank, later Banca Intesa Moscow - Banca Commerciale Italiana - Representative Office Moscow - CARIPLO - Representative Office Moscow - Istituto Bancario San Paolo, later Sanpaolo IMI and subsequently Intesa Sanpaolo - Representative Office Moscow - Banco Ambrosiano Veneto, later Banca Intesa - Representative Office Moscow - Zao Banca Intesa|
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