The Cyprus-based Russian Commercial Bank is a subsidiary of Russia's number two bank, VTB.
What does RCB stand for?
RCB stands for Russian Commercial Bank (various locations)
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Russia wants to play a bigger part in talks over solving Cyprus' financial problems but will only restructure its loan to the island if its interests there, especially those related to VTB Bank and its subsidiary Russian Commercial Bank, are protected, Moscow's finance minister said.
Global Banking News-April 3, 2013--Russia to monitor support for Russian Commercial Bank before extending support to Cyprus(C)2013 ENPublishing - http://www.
The bank also received the right to work with Turkmenistan debt claims before various Russian commercial banks totalling $50m.
At a more advanced stage of the transaction, the brokers were instrumental in forging a relationship between Inkombank, the third largest private Russian commercial bank with a Western money-center bank.
2 bank, was interested in buying banking assets in Cyprus, where it operates via subsidiary Russian Commercial Bank, chief executive Andrei Kostin said: "No".