Articles by Gyuzel Gubeidullina



Insurance Firms Weathering Firestorm

Despite the thousands of homes destroyed by fires raging throughout central Russia, insurance firms are weathering the disaster as few homes are insured and even fewer claims are made for damaged property.

Investment Banks Expect Dozens of 2010 IPOs

Dozens of Russian companies starved for new capital are rushing to plan their initial public offerings for this year, including retailer Victoria Group and fishing holding Russian Sea.

Central Bank Withdraws Kuban License

The order to withdraw the license was signed Wednesday after the Central Bank's supervisory officials cut short a seminar in Anapa to return to Moscow.

VEB Asks to Sell Shares Bought Last Fall

The National Welfare Fund made a five-year deposit with VEB on Oct. 21, 2008, at 7 percent interest to buy shares as the stock market was plummeting.

VEB Wants to Sell Shares Bought With State Funds

The fund made a five-year deposit with VEB on Oct. 21, 2008, at 7 percent interest to buy shares as the stock market was plummeting.

RusAl to List in Paris and Hong Kong

The company plans to sell a 10 percent stake simultaneously in Hong Kong and Paris, but it is not yet clear how the stake will be divided.

RusAl IPO Planned for Paris and Hong Kong

RusAl plans to sell a 10 percent stake simultaneously in Hong Kong and Paris, but it is not yet clear how the stake will be divided, a source close to RusAl's shareholders told Vedomosti.

Renaissance Raises Salaries For Execs to Precrisis Level

Following in the footsteps of Renaissance CapitalТs ordinary employees, executives at the investment bank can expect to be receive their precrisis salaries beginning in October, a move expected to cost $15 million to $20 million.

Duma Gets Bill to Widen Debt Securitization Rules

But the long-awaited rules come amid diminished investor interest in bundled consumer debt.