<a href=/RCL/BAN/009/?lnk=yes target=_blank><img src=/RCL/BAN/009/141014_1.gif width=1050 height=60 border=0></a>
Subscription and demo access


 
About Interfax
Press Releases
Products & Services
Contact Us
Customer Login
 


Headlines
 

11/21 23:46   OSCE amends wordings in Karabakh helicopter incident statement after Baku protests
 
11/21 23:35   NATO allegation on concentration of Russian forces on Ukrainian border fake - Russian envoy to NATO (Part 2)
 
11/21 22:59   Iranian foreign minister: Discussions in Vienna good but no serious offers made
 
11/21 22:53   Poroshenko, Biden view Minsk format as most acceptable in settling Ukraine crisis (Part 3)
 
11/21 22:48   U.S. blowing Russian threat out of proportion to shift burden of NATO expenditures to allies - Russian envoy to NATO
 
11/21 22:14   France will face political damage, lawsuit for not honoring Mistral contract - Grushko (Part 2)
 
11/21 22:04   Kerry stays in Vienna to continue talks with Iran - source
 
11/21 22:00   U.S. SECRETARY OF STATE KERRY CHANGES PLANS, NOT LEAVING VIENNA ON FRIDAY - U.S. DELEGATION SOURCE
 
11/21 21:59   One soldier killed, eight injured in east Ukraine on Friday - official
 
11/21 21:54   Europe needs to restore confidence lost through West's fault - ambassador
 




 

Interfax.com  |  Interfax news  |  MICEX admits 10 bln rubles in TransFin-M exchange...


News headlines


January 30, 2013 13:36

MICEX admits 10 bln rubles in TransFin-M exchange bonds to trade

MOSCOW. Jan 30 (Interfax) - The MICEX Stock Exchange admitted LLC TransFin-M's (TFM) BO-16 through BO-25 exchange bonds, worth 10 billion rubles total, to trade during placement without going through the listing procedure on January 29.

In a statement, the MICEX said that these issues have been assigned identification numbers 4B02-16-36182-R through 4B02-25-36182-R.

TFM plans to place these ten exchange bond series, worth 1 billion rubles each, under open subscription on the MICEX.

Each bond has a face value of 1,000 rubles, and each issue will mature in three years.

There is a possibility of early redemption at the owner's request.

At the moment, TFM has 13 exchange bond issues worth 12.5 billion rubles and 15 classical bond issues worth 11.1 billion rubles outstanding.

TransFin-M leases railway transport, production equipment, special machinery and automobile transport. In January, OJSC RusRailLeasing acquired 94.94% of the company's charter capital. Previously, 51% of TFM's charter capital belonged to non-state pension fund Blagosostoyanie, which is controlled by OJSC Russian Railways (RTS: RZHD) (RZD). RusRailLeasing was established in 2011, mostly to finance supplies of railway machinery.

Interfax's SPARK database shows that 24.93% of RusRailLeasing belongs to CJSC RVM Capital Management Company, 24.93% to TransFinGroup (manages Blagosostoyanie funds and is the co-owner of RVM Capital), 11.59% to Victorson Investments, 15.62% - Vanwall Investments and 9.99% - Carolina Energy Hedging.

Eb

(Our editorial staff can be reached at eng.editors@interfax.ru)

/Interfax/
 Subscription
You can access a demo version of, receive more information about or subscribe to Interfax publications by filling in and returning the form below. We also have dozens of reports in the Russian language, please indicate if you are interested.
Title:


Phone:


E-mail:


First name:


Company:


Country:
Last name:


Division:


City:
Products:
Central Asia & Caucasus Business Weekly
Central Asia General Newswire
Global Gas Analytics
Global Natural Gas Daily
Interfax Via Bloomberg Terminal
Kazakhstan General Newswire
Kazakhstan Mining Weekly
Kazakhstan Oil & Gas Weekly
Russia & CIS Announcements
Russia & CIS Banking and Finance Weekly
Russia & CIS Business and Financial Daily
Russia & CIS Business and Financial Newswire
Russia & CIS Business and Investment Weekly
Russia & CIS Business Law Weekly
Russia & CIS Business news
Russia & CIS Defense Industry Weekly
Russia & CIS Diplomatic Panorama
Russia & CIS Energy Daily
Russia & CIS Energy Newswire
Russia & CIS Events Calendar
Russia & CIS Food and Agriculture Weekly
Russia & CIS General Newswire
Russia & CIS Headline News
Russia & CIS Insurance Weekly
Russia & CIS IT and Telecom Weekly
Russia & CIS Metals and Mining Weekly
Russia & CIS Military Daily
Russia & CIS Military Newswire
Russia & CIS Military Weekly
Russia & CIS Oil and Gas Weekly
Russia & CIS Presidential Bulletin
Russia & CIS Statistics Weekly
Russia Health & Pharmaceuticals
Russia Market Roundup
Russia Press Review
Ukraine Business Daily
Ukraine Business Weekly
Ukraine General Newswire

November 21, 2014
 
23:46
OSCE amends wordings in Karabakh helicopter incident statement after Baku protests
 
23:35
NATO allegation on concentration of Russian forces on Ukrainian border fake - Russian envoy to NATO (Part 2)
 
22:59
Iranian foreign minister: Discussions in Vienna good but no serious offers made
 
22:53
Poroshenko, Biden view Minsk format as most acceptable in settling Ukraine crisis (Part 3)
 
22:48
U.S. blowing Russian threat out of proportion to shift burden of NATO expenditures to allies - Russian envoy to NATO
 
22:14
France will face political damage, lawsuit for not honoring Mistral contract - Grushko (Part 2)
 
22:04
Kerry stays in Vienna to continue talks with Iran - source
 
22:00
U.S. SECRETARY OF STATE KERRY CHANGES PLANS, NOT LEAVING VIENNA ON FRIDAY - U.S. DELEGATION SOURCE
 
21:59
 
21:54
Europe needs to restore confidence lost through West's fault - ambassador
 
21:53
Chinese diplomat declares support for Russia's approach toward Ukraine problem
 
21:46
Propaganda campaign around Russian planes in Baltic region "artificial" - Grushko
 
21:45
Russian envoy to NATO expects it to step up propagandistic activities
 
21:30
Contact Group must continue work - Poroshenko, Merkel
 
 more headlines 



Interviews
 

.
Australian Ambassador to Russia Paul Myler has given an interview to Interfax ahead of the G20 summit in Brisbane in which he speaks about the MH17 crash, the reasons for joining the West‘s sanctions against Russia and explained why Australia expects changes in Russia‘s food policy by March 2015.

more
.
.
The name Arkady Rotenberg has been in the news far more frequently than usual in recent months. The billionaire was hit by the first wave of European Union sanctions against Russia, and has already challenged this decision in court. Recently it was reported that the businessman has sold part of his assets to his eldest son. Arkady Rotenberg spoke in an interview with Interfax about whether there was a link between these two developments, the impact of sanctions on his business, his friendship with President Vladimir Putin and many other topics.

more
.
.
Pakistani Ambassador to Russian Zaheer Aslam Janjua has given an interview to Interfax in which he speaks about prospects for supplying more Pakistani food products to Russia, the quality of such products and invites Russian companies to implement infrastructural projects in Pakistan.

more

 
  
 ©   1991—2014   Interfax Information Service. All rights reserved.
contact information   |   Interfax offices   |   made by web.finmarket

News and other data on this site are provided for information purposes only, and are not intended for republication or redistribution. Republication or redistribution of Interfax content, including by framing or similar means, is expressly prohibited without the prior written consent of Interfax.

Browse other Interfax sites:  Interfax.ru   |   IFX.RU   |   Interfax Group   Rambler's Top100