According to the final reports of auctions, VTB won in three lots with a total limit of 3.4 billion rubles: 2 lots of 1 billion rubles and 1 lot of 1.4 billion rubles. VTB won with an interest rate of 11.96% and 11.83% respectively. Sberbank won in two lots with a total limit of 2 billion rubles and an interest rate of 11.96% per annum. The weighted average rate to take out 5.4 billion rubles was 11.93% per annum. Moreover, under the terms of the auction, the initial (marginal) interest rate was not to exceed 13% per annum. The results of the auction indicate the company’s high solvency and stable financial condition. Attracting the largest Russian banks as creditors confirms long-term partnerships and ensures further sustainable development of the company. The borrowed funds will be used to finance activities under the Company’s Articles of Association.
Rosseti Centre and Rosseti Centre and Volga region to continue to increase the share of smart electricity metering
The Rosseti Centre company published its financial statements for 2022 under RAS, net profit increased by 9,4%
Rosseti Centre and Rosseti Centre and Volga region to test a new system for automated control of outdoor lighting
The company “Rosseti Centre” has published its audited consolidated financial statements under IFRS and management discussion and analysis (MD&A) for 2022