The bank’s shares are on the first-level list of Moscow Exchange
|Instrument type||Short name||Ticker||ISIN|
|Ordinary share||MKB ao||CBOM||RU000A0JUG31|
The bank’s initial public offering supported by institutional and private investors took place in June 2015. Selling at RUB 3.62 per share, it aggregated RUB 13.2 bln.
In December 2015 and in October 2017, the bank made secondary public offerings on Moscow Exchange, raising RUB 16.5 bln and RUB 14.4 bln, respectively, and achieving a market capitalisation of RUB 87.6 bln.
In November 2019, MKB issued 2,750 mln shares through the SPO at RUB 5.35 per share raising RUB 14.7 bln. The discount to the closing price of the trading session on 5 November 2019 (RUB 5.565) was 3.9%, a market capitalisation achieved RUB 166.0 bln.
On 16 June 2016, the Moscow Exchange included CREDIT BANK OF MOSCOW’s shares (CBOM) in its MOEX and RTS indices as it revamped their reference bases.
As at 31 December 2019, MOEX Russia and RTS indices covered the top 39 liquid shares of the largest Russian companies from key sectors of the economy.
These indices are the main indices of Moscow Exchange for calculating issuers’ capitalisation. The bank’s shares also made their way to the broad market shares index and the financial sector index. The former covers shares with at least a 5% free-float.
On 1 June 2018, MKB’s shares were also included in MSCI EMERGING MARKETS SMALL CAP INDEX. It covers 1,655 shares of companies in 26 countries and approximately 14% of the free float-adjusted market capitalisation in each country.
MKB’s shares were also included in MVIS Russia Small Cap Index. The index tracks the performance of the largest and most liquid small-cap companies in Russia.