Sberbank will sign an agreement with the REC about the creation of «single window» for exporters

© RIA Novosti / Alexander Wolfparade in fotomontaggi WEF on platform IV of the Eastern economic forum in VladivostokSberbank will sign an agreement with the REC about the creation of «single window» for exporters© RIA Novosti / Alexander Wolfparade the image Bank

Sberbank plans in the framework of the Eastern economic forum to sign an agreement with the Russian export centre (REC) on the creation of «single window», which will facilitate the exporting process of applying for government aid, said the Chairman of the Board Anatoly Popov in an interview to RIA Novosti on the eve of the Eastern economic forum.

«We plan to sign an agreement with the Russian export centre, in which we create a joint service of «one window», to exporters it is convenient to seek the mechanisms of state support of exports. Want to make the process fully digital to the exporter requested support, and we carried out the whole back office with the required controls and return the answer», — said Popov to the question of what signing the WEF prepares the savings Bank.

«In addition, the planned signing of an agreement with the Korean Agency of assistance to trade and investments (KOTRA), which will contribute to the expansion of business contacts between the Russian and Korean enterprises», — said the Deputy Chairman of Russia’s largest Bank.

According to Popov, this year will actively sign an agreement of a subsidiary of Sberbank. «That’s never happened before. It will be about 10 agreements with constituent entities of the Russian Federation», — he said.

The WEF, Sberbank also intends to participate in discussions on the development of non-oil exports. «We are a major partner of the Russian export centre. In our client database to identify businesses with potential to export training and assistance, including funding, to output the product for export. For us it is a very important task,» — said Popov. Currently, Sberbank is accompanied by more than 20% of Russian exports, mainly works with non-oil exporters, said Popov.

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The full text of the interview is available on the website of the Agency of economic information «Prime» (the media group «Russia today») at 10.00 GMT.