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Information to the register of credit institutions recognised by the Bank of Russia as important in the payment services market

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In accordance with Bank of Russia Ordinance No. 3439-U, dated 6 November 2014, ‘On the Procedure for the Bank of Russia to Recognise Credit Institutions as Important in the Payment Services Market’, the Bank of Russia informs that the short official name of the credit institution PJSC Asian-Pacific Bank (reg. No. 1810) recognised by the Bank of Russia as important in the payment services market and included in the corresponding register1 was changed to JSC Asian-Pacific Bank on 30 November 2020.

1 The register of credit institutions recognised by the Bank of Russia as important in the payment services market was published in Bank of Russia Bulletin No. 25 (2161), dated 25 March 2020.

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