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DenizBank Moscow

DenizBank Moscow was established on 19 May 2003 through the acquisition of CJSC Iktisat Bank (Moscow) and was re-registered on 19 September 2003. The Bank's predecessor, CJSC Iktisat Bank (Moscow) was initially established by Iktisat Bankasi T.A.S. as a joint stock company under the legislation of the Russian Federation and was granted its general banking license in 1998.
In December 2007 the Bank has been renamed to CJSC Dexia Bank by decision of shareholders meeting on November 15, 2007. In May 2012 the bank has been renamed back to DenizBank Moscow by decision of shareholders.
The Bank is a part of DenizBank Financial Services Group ,which was acquired by the Zorlu Holding in the form of a banking license from the Privatization Administration in 1997. Undergoing three shareholder changes and done public offering in its short history, the Bank was acquired in October 2006 by Dexia, one of the leading financial groups of Europe. Later on, being subject to the biggest one-time investment made by Russia in Turkey, DenizBank started to serve under the umbrella of Sberbank, as of September 28, 2012. Finally, the Bank’s shares were transferred to Emirates NBD as of August 2019, again one of the leading institutions in its region. 
The Bank's parent companies are DenizBank AS (Turkey) 51% share and DenizBank AG (Austria), 49% share