SEVERGAZBANK became a new agent for the sale of shares mutual funds managed by TKB Investment Partners
SEVERGAZBANK has signed an agreement with TKB Investment Partners (AO) and will sell shares in mutual funds managed by the asset manager.
Now the bank accepts purchase, redemption and exchange requests for shares in the interval mutual fund and in open-end mutual funds administered by the asset manager.
SEVERGAZBANK customers may choose from a wide range of open-end mutual funds with various risk levels. This includes funds that invest into equity, bonds and ETF (Exchange Traded Fund) tracking gold. Both ruble and hard currency strategies are available. Investors may also access TBK Investment Partners Hedge Fund, i.e., an interval mutual fund with limited shares in circulation that is available for purchase by qualified investors only.
The bank accepts requests in its network of 40 branch offices in 9 Russian regions.
‘A wide range of mutual funds ensures that an investor selects a fund with the preferred risk to yield ratio,’ says Sergey Tishko, Deputy Chair of the Board at SEVERGAZBANK. ‘I am confident that both new and experienced investors will highly appreciate the advantages of TKB Investment Partners’ investment products.’
PAO SEVERGAZBANK (PAO BANK SGB) is a universal commercial bank with a wide scope of services. The bank serves over 20 thousand companies and 500 thousand private individuals. Founded in 1994 SEVERGAZBANK now operates a network of 40 branch offices across 9 Russian regions. Customers may access over 400 bank’s proper ATMs and terminals plus self-service machines at Gazprombank, its partner bank.
SEVERGAZBANK was named The Best Regional Bank of 2017 at the Russia’s Financial Elite Competition. It received The Affordable Mortgage award at the competition run by The Bankovskoye Delo (Banking Business) trade journal. Banki.ru portal lists SEVERGAZBANK among top-100 major credit organizations for the size of its assets while The Forbes business magazine includes it into top-100 most reliable Russian banks.