St. Petersburg, June 4, 2021 — At SPIEF 2021, Gazprombank and Sistemnye Kontsessii LLC (part of Sistema JSFC Group) concluded a cooperation agreement in the field of PPP and concessions. The document was signed by Oleg Mamaev, Chairman of the Company’s Board of Directors, and Pavel Brusser, First Vice President — Head of Gazprombank’s Infrastructure Projects and Public-Private Partnership Department.
The parties intend to join forces in the implementation of significant regional projects for the benefit of the country’s social and economic advancement. Moreover, the Bank plans to provide both financial and advisory support, as well as to provide comprehensive banking services.
Projects involving the creation of a cancer-treatment center in Tyumen and a new building housing the surgical unit of a hospital in Ulyanovsk are considered priorities.
“Gazprombank has historically been an organization that focuses on Russia’s socio-economic and infrastructural development, taking part in the construction of stadiums, hospitals, roads and bridges. Our partnership with Sistemnye Kontsessii is strategic in nature. When implementing PPP projects, the Bank is willing to offer the professional expertise of its personnel and a wide range of financial instruments. And Gazprombank’s branch network will enable the concerted efforts of project teams,” noted Pavel Brusser, First Vice President, Head of Gazprombank’s Infrastructure Projects and PPP Department.
“Cooperation with Gazprombank — one of leaders on the concession market — is an important step for us,” commented Oleg Mamaev, Chairman of the Board of Directors at Sistemnye Kontsessii LLC. “We see tremendous potential here. I’m confident that the agreement we signed will lay a solid foundation for the development of long-term mutually-beneficial cooperation. I would like to note the important role of Sistema JSFC, which serves as a strategic investor in many economic sectors and boasts significant industrial competencies that will definitely be in high demand under the implementation of concession projects in the regions and the overall development of the concession market.”