People are the major asset of Gazprombank
Gazprombank engages talent regardless of sex, age, religion, or political beliefs. This sociocultural and ethnic diversity enables the Bank to employ a truly brilliant team and is the driving force behind our successes.
Supporting young specialists
The Bank has a strong focus on engaging talented young specialists. Students of financial and economic institutes in Moscow, St. Petersburg and other cities are offered traineeships in the Bank’s head office and branches and receive scholarships from the Bank. Graduates who successfully complete their theoretical course and earn a good reputation during their traineeships are offered employment with the Bank. In particular, the Bank’s sponsored chair at MGIMO University, which has existed for the past 8 years, has already trained five cohorts, most of whom are now employed by the Bank. A front-end development trainee school for third-party students has operated at the Bank for two years. The training program, developed jointly with a leading vendor, not only helps establish close cooperation with the country’s key technical and economic universities, but also to train an external HR standby pool for the implementation of major IT projects within the Technological Transformation Strategy.
Every year, the Bank implements over 300 charity and sponsor projects aimed at supporting low-income groups, cultural, academic, arts and educational establishments, public organizations, sports teams and clubs, applied science forums and conferences.
A step towards responsible business conduct.
Culture is both a stimulus and a vehicle of sustainable development, as it is closely connected with such crucial spheres of mankind’s harmonious development as economics and education. In a globalized environment where numerous communities are both interconnected and exposed, it is culture that helps preserve the immanent values, historical experience and traditions of each individual country.
For this reason, Gazprombank considers it its duty to support projects in the sphere of arts and culture, as well as to promote mutual cultural enrichment between Russia and other countries.
One particular focus of the Bank’s culture and arts support program is cooperation with the Igor Moiseyev State Academic Ensemble of Popular Dance. This ensemble, whose repertoire includes dances from all over the world, combines the classical ballet school and popular dancing traditions.
Another Gazprombank’s priority area of cooperation is contemporary Russian art. The Bank’s collection, launched in 2012, has become the first and, to this date, the only corporate collection devoted exclusively to Russian art from the beginning of the 1990s to the present.
In addition to supporting contemporary art, Gazprombank assists in the implementation of relevant projects by leading Russian museums, including the Tretyakov Gallery, the Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, and the Moscow Kremlin Museums.
The Bank is a traditional partner of the Viennese Ball in Moscow, an annual charity event on an international scale. All funds raised are donated to support children’s organizations and foundations.
Assistance to disadvantaged groups, such as veterans’ organizations, orphanages and boarding schools, occupies a prominent place in the Bank’s social program. Support for orphans is one of the most important aspects in this area. For many years, the Bank has made donations to Children’s Villages — SOS, an interregional non-governmental charity. This is a unique alternative to orphanages — a model as close to a normal home as possible, where children live as in a regular family. There are currently six SOS villages in Russia: in Tomilino, Lavrovo, Pushkin, Kandalaksha, Vologda, and Pskov. There are also six Youth Centers (2 in St. Petersburg, 2 in Oryol, 1 in Lyubertsy and 1 in Murmansk). In total, there are more than 400 children living in Children’s Villages — SOS homes. The Bank is involved in the construction of family houses for children’s accommodation and provides financial assistance on an annual basis.
We regularly allocate funds for the provision of targeted charitable aid to critically ill children and entire medical establishments, and also procure medicines and special equipment, including ambulances
Since 2009, we have run a traditional “I Believe in Father Frost” New Year Eve charity campaign for the benefit of orphaned children. On New Year’s Eve, Gazprombank employees start performing small miracles. Every child residing in an orphanage supported by the Bank is given the opportunity to share their most heartfelt wish. Envelopes containing letters from the children appear on Christmas trees at several Bank sites. To join the “Father Frost Team”, employees merely have to take an envelope and make the child’s dream come true. As many years of practice have shown, our colleagues are not afraid of addressing the children’s most challenging wishes, some of which require formidable commitment in terms of time and search abilities. During this campaign, Gazprombank staff have provided invaluable aid not only in procuring New Year presents, but also in purchasing specialized medical equipment, children’s furniture, and sports equipment.
By way of making a contribution to the promotion of healthy lifestyles, the Bank provides sponsorship to organizations involved in the development of sports such as football, hockey, rowing, tennis, handball, dancing sport, acrobatic rock and roll, and others, especially in relation to children and young people.
We have been partners of the Zenit football club for many years. With the help of the Gazprombank — Zenit FC co-branded card, a charity program has been set up, to which the Bank will make donations from its funds in favor of Zenit FC Junior Sports School to train young footballers. The Bank is also the general partner of SKA hockey club in the CHL championship. As part of its cooperation with the Russian Football Union, Gazprombank is the official Bank partner of the Russian national football team for the 2020–2021 season.
Gazprombank has for a long time supported competitions in various dancing sports arranged by the Russian Dancing Union and the Russian National Federation of Dancing Sports and Acrobatic Rock and Roll. Every year, championships and festivals held according to the Latin American and European programs, as well as domestic and international acrobatic rock and roll competitions, attract the best sportsmen from all continents. Since the end of 2015, corporate acrobatic rock and roll clubs have been set up in 22 Russian cities, where anyone of any age or physical status can give this dynamic sport a try.
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