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Operating Credit Institutions and Their Branches as of October 31, 2005

Regions Credit Institutions in the region Credit Institutions branches
Total Credit Institutions with their headquarters in the given region Credit Institutions with their headquarters in other region
1 2 3 4 5 6
Russian Federation 1,260 3,284 829 2,455
1 CENTRAL FEDERAL DISTRICT 718 723 217 506
Belgorod Region 6 35 5 30
Bryansk Region 1 25 2 23
Vladimir Region 3 29 0 29
Voronezh Region 4 40 1 39
Ivanovo Region 5 22 3 19
Kaluga Region 5 28 2 26
Kostroma Region 5 16 1 15
Kursk Region 2 20 0 20
Lipetsk Region 2 21 1 20
Orel Region 2 22 3 19
Ryazan Region 4 24 1 23
Smolensk Region 4 30 5 25
Tambov Region 2 20 7 13
Tver Region 7 38 3 35
Tula Region 6 30 2 28
Yaroslavl Region 10 37 4 33
Moscow 635 136 36 100
Moscow Region 15 150 9 141
Moscow Area (for reference) 650 286 177 109
2 NORTH-WEST FEDERAL DISTRICT 84 377 55 322
Republic of Karelia 1 20 2 18
Republic of Komi 4 36 7 29
Arkhangelsk Region 4 32 0 32
of which: Nenets Autonomous Area 0 2 0 2
Vologda Region 8 29 9 20
Kaliningrad Region 12 32 6 26
Leningrad Region 3 42 2 40
Murmansk Region 4 29 2 27
Novgorod Region 2 17 2 15
Pskov Region 4 11 0 11
St. Petersburg 42 129 25 104
3 SOUTH FEDERAL DISTRICT 128 470 151 319
Republic of Adigei 5 6 1 5
Republic of Daghestan 36 75 63 12
Republic of Ingushetia 2 5 1 4
Kabardino-Balkar Republic 6 11 3 8
Republic of Kalmykia 2 4 0 4
Karachai-Cherkess Republic 5 5 0 5
Republic of Northern Ossetia — Alania 6 18 8 10
Republic of Chechnya 0 1 0 1
Krasnodar Territory 21 106 23 83
Stavropol Territory 10 54 8 46
Astrakhan Region 5 29 7 22
Volgograd Region 6 62 12 50
Rostov Region 24 94 25 69
4 PRIVOLZHSKY FEDERAL DISTRICT 148 665 152 513
Republic of Bashkortostan 12 47 0 47
Republic of Mariy-El 1 25 4 21
Republic of Mordovia 4 18 6 12
Republic of Tatarstan (Tatarstan) 27 103 56 47
Udmurt Republic 9 29 0 29
Chuvash Republic — Chuvashya 5 21 0 21
Kirov Region 3 28 0 28
Nizhni Novgorod Region 20 84 32 52
Orenburg Region 9 44 4 40
Penza Region 2 32 0 32
Perm Region 9 57 3 54
of which: Komi-Permyatsk Autonomous Region 0 2 0 2
Samara Region 24 82 23 59
Saratov Region 17 65 21 44
Ulyanovsk Region 6 30 3 27
5 URALS FEDERAL DISTRICT 67 383 142 241
Kurgan Region 5 27 0 27
Sverdlovsk Region 28 89 21 68
Tyumen Region 23 159 80 79
of which: Hanty-Mansiysky Autonomous Area — Yugra 12 59 14 45
Yamalo-Nenetsky Autonomous Area 5 36 14 22
Chelyabinsk Region 11 108 41 67
6 SIBERIA FEDERAL DISTRICT 72 448 55 393
Republic of Altai 5 3 1 2
Republic of Buryatia 2 28 3 25
Republic of Tyva 2 4 0 4
Republic of Khakassia 3 12 1 11
Altai Territory 8 58 13 45
Krasnoyarsk Region 6 80 10 70
of which: Taimyr Autonomous Region 0 1 0 1
Evenkiy Autonomous Region 0 0 0 0
Irkutsk Region 9 64 11 53
of which: -Orda Buryat Autonomous Region 0 3 0 3
Kemerovo Region 9 39 2 37
Novosibirsk Region 14 49 1 48
Omsk Region 8 47 0 47
Tomsk Region 4 31 9 22
Chita Region 2 33 4 29
of which: Aginsky Buryat Autonomous Region 0 3 0 3
7 FAR EAST FEDERAL DISTRICT 43 218 57 161
Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) 6 55 9 46
Primorski Territory 9 42 17 25
Khabarovsk Territory 6 25 5 20
Amur Region 5 20 4 16
Kamchatka Region 8 20 7 13
of which: Koryak Autonomous Region 1 2 0 2
Magadan Region 3 20 6 14
Sakhalin Region 6 22 9 13
Jewish Autonomous Region 0 7 0 7
Chukotka Autonomous Area 0 7 0 7

Note.
1. The number of credit institutions in St Petersburg and the Leningrad Region that are registered in the State Register of Credit Institutions by the Bank of Russia St Petersburg’s Main Division and Main Division for the Leningrad Region, respectively, is given in column 3 and the number of Their Branches in column 4.

2. The number of branches in the Moscow Region, whose head offices are located in Moscow and the Moscow Region and other regions of the Russian Federation, respectively, is given in columns 5 and 6.
Updated November 14, 2005.