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Trimaran Advisors, LLC

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Key Considerations •Established CLO manager that has issued more than $6.8 billion of CLOs since 1998. •Highly seasoned credit team averaging approximately 25 years of experience. •Investment Committee is led by industry veterans like President David Moffitt and CIO/PM, Dominick Mazzitelli. Company •Trimaran merged with LibreMax Capital, LLC (together with affiliated companies, LibreMax) in December 2018. LibreMax is an $8.4 billion investment management firm specializing in structured products and corporate credit. •Trimaran operates as an integrated, credit-based firm with $3.8 billion of AUM across eight CLOs as of Dec. 31, 2019. •Trimaran was founded in 1998 as Caravelle Advisors, LLC and changed its name to Trimaran Advisors, LLC in 2001. •LibreMax provides Trimaran with management oversight, capital markets, marketing and infrastructure support. •Trimaran’s new CLO issuance is supported by CAVU Investment Partners, a dedicated equity sponsorship vehicle. Investments •Credits are reviewed frequently and all portfolio management decisions are determined by the portfolio manager in consultation with the relevant members of the credit team.

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Press release, kohlberg capital corporation announces acquisition of trimaran advisors, l.l.c..

NEW YORK , Feb. 29, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Kohlberg Capital Corporation (Nasdaq:KCAP) (" Kohlberg Capital ") has completed the acquisition of Trimaran Advisors, L.L.C. (" Trimaran Advisors "), along with equity interests in certain collateralized loan obligation ("CLO") funds managed by Trimaran Advisors . The purchase price consisted of approximately $25 million in cash and 3,600,000 shares of Kohlberg Capital common stock.

Trimaran Advisors , founded in 1998, is a credit-based alternative asset manager that currently manages four CLO funds with aggregate assets under management of approximately $1.5 billion . Trimaran Advisors focuses primarily on below investment grade corporate debt, using primary credit research to identify attractive investment opportunities and monitor the credits in the investment portfolios. 

Dayl Pearson , President and Chief Executive Officer of Kohlberg Capital . 

Michael Wirth , Chief Financial Officer.

Dominick Mazzitelli , the Portfolio Manager of the Trimaran Advisors CLO funds, will continue in that role, and will be assisted by additional Trimaran Advisors investment professionals expanding and enhancing the current KDA team.

About Kohlberg Capital Corporation :

Kohlberg Capital Corporation is a publicly traded, internally managed business development company. Our middle market investment business originates, structures, finances and manages a portfolio of term loans, mezzanine investments and selected equity securities in middle market companies. Our wholly-owned portfolio companies, Katonah Debt Advisors and Trimaran Advisors , manage CLO funds that invest in broadly syndicated corporate term loans, high-yield bonds and other credit instruments.

Kohlberg Capital Corporation's filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission , earnings releases, press releases and other financial, operational and governance information are available on the Company's website at www.kohlbergcapital.com .

The Kohlberg Capital logo is available at http://www.globenewswire.com/newsroom/prs/?pkgid=3121

Safe Harbor Statement under the Private Securities Litigation reform Act of 1995:

This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of Section 27A of the Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and Section 21E of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended. The matters discussed in this press release, as well as in future oral and written statements by management of Kohlberg Capital Corporation , that are forward-looking statements are based on current management expectations that involve substantial risks and uncertainties which could cause actual results to differ materially from the results expressed in, or implied by, these forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements relate to future events or our future financial performance. We generally identify forward-looking statements by terminology such as "may," "will," "should," "expects," "plans," "anticipates," "could," "intends," "target," "projects," "contemplates," "believes," "estimates," "predicts," "potential" or "continue" or the negative of these terms or other similar words. Important assumptions include our ability to originate new investments and achieve certain margins and levels of profitability, the availability of additional capital, the ability to maintain certain debt to asset ratios and the ability to successfully integrate Trimaran Advisors , realize the anticipated synergies and retain the employees of Trimaran Advisors . In light of these and other uncertainties, the inclusion of a projection or forward-looking statement in this press release should not be regarded as a representation by us that our plans or objectives will be achieved. Further information about factors that could affect our financial and other results is included in our filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission . We do not undertake to publicly update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as required to be reported under the rules and regulations of the Securities and Exchange Commission .

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KCAP's Trimaran prices $415M CLO via Credit Suisse

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Credit Suisse has priced a $415.4 million CLO for Trimaran Advisors, according to sources.

The transaction is structured as follows:

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Trimaran is a portfolio company of KCAP Financial.

With Trimaran’s deal, CLO issuance in the year-to-date rises to about $50.49 billion, excluding static transactions, according to LCD. Issuance for December, meanwhile, rises to about $4.25 billion. –  Kerry Kantin

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How To Afford Buying a Catamaran: Owners Lessons Learned

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The catamaran of your dreams has just shown up on Yachtworld.com. The only question now is where the money will come from to buy it. To help you navigate the options I have asked 100+ owners of catamarans how they purchased their catamaran and what they learned from it!

You can finance a catamaran from your savings, borrow against home equity, or take out a loan from a bank or specialist boat lender. You could also use your stock portfolio as loan collateral . A third way is to use a management program. Before you choose, listen to these owners’ experiences.

In many ways, financing a catamaran is similar to financing a car. The only difference is you may need to borrow more, depending on your choice of catamaran and your down payment. Keep reading as we explore what sailors experienced when they bought their cat.

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Owners Recommend: Use Your Own Savings

This is the number one recommendation I got, I might not totally agree, but this is what most of the respondents answered (~80%), and the main reason was this:

The lesson to be learned is never go into debt for a depreciating asset like a boat. Poll respondent #23

One of the better consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic is that the personal saving rate has increased significantly. At least amongst higher income groups. 

So, if you’re one of those people who have stashed away more of your money, those savings could be an excellent way to finance your catamaran. But be cautious: you don’t want to sink all your cash savings into this. You should ensure you’ll have more than enough for contingencies, especially in uncertain times. How much you should keep in cash savings will vary according to your circumstances and who you ask . 

If you want to understand the costs of the liveaboard lifestyle, I suggest that you read this article where I summarize the costs of living aboard a cat.

In general, aiming to keep around twelve months’ living expenses is sensible if you’re planning on using savings to fund a luxury purchase. That should give you enough leeway if you hit an unexpected financial storm and need to batten down the hatches. 

Saving our butts off to be able to buy it and not use a loan Respondent #56 and her very straight forwards explanation

If you can do that and still have a lot of excess cash in a savings account, using it to finance your catamaran may make sense. That’s because interest rates are so low at the moment, so your savings may not be keeping pace with inflation . Even though borrowing rates are also low, you’ll still pay more to borrow than you’ll earn on your savings. So, if you look at the lost interest as the cost of using your savings, it works out much cheaper than a loan. Or in other words:

I paid cash. If financing is an absolute necessity to buy your boat, you need to reconsider if you can really afford it. Poll respondent #36

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Use the Equity in Your Home

If your home is mortgage-free or you have enough equity, financing your catamaran with a home equity loan can be a relatively cheap option. 

Some respondents considered this option but non actually did go through with it, the main reason seemed to be that instead of owning a house and boat, they sold the house and used the money to buy a boat. Gabo

Of course, it means your home is collateral for the loan, so you risk losing your home if you fail to make the loan repayments. 

However, because your home is security for the loan, you should get a lower interest rate than you’d get on an unsecured loan. Though you may have to shop around to get the best rates.

With this option, you’ll benefit from loan terms that are longer than what is usually given for unsecured loans; you may be able to choose anything from 5 to 30 years, depending on the lender. The term length helps to keep the monthly repayments down.

You should be aware that home equity lenders usually restrict the amount you can borrow. The limit is often to a maximum of 85% of your property’s value. That shouldn’t be a problem if you don’t have an existing mortgage. But if you do, your existing mortgage will reduce the amount you can borrow, and you’ll need to check how much you can borrow to ensure it’s enough to cover the cost of your catamaran.

Also, bear in mind that many home equity loans come with fees payable on closing. There may be other fees to take into account as well, like appraisal costs.

Still, shop around, and you can find home equity loans with no closing fees at both national and regional banks . It pays to do your research.

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Unsecured Bank Loan

If you don’t have enough home equity or are uninterested in securing a catamaran loan against your home, another way to get your dream of catamaran ownership afloat is to go for an unsecured bank loan.

One important thing to consider when deciding if an unsecured loan is the amount you can borrow. Many unsecured loans max out at around $50,000, though $100,000 is available from some lenders.

Another factor to bear in mind is most unsecured loans have a maximum term of five to seven years. So, if you’re borrowing a large sum, this option can prove more costly than a secured loan. 

On the plus side, like a home equity loan, unsecured loans have fixed repayments, and you know what your monthly commitment will be from the start.

Another advantage is that you’re not using your home as collateral, so it’s not at risk if you fail to meet the repayments. Of course, you could end up with a poor credit rating if you miss repayments; thus it’s still crucial to make certain you can afford the monthly commitment.

If you go down the unsecured loan route, check your lender’s small print for hidden fees. Some lenders charge origination fees, which can add to the overall cost of the loan.

It’s also often helpful to have the option to prepay if you want. Yet know that some lenders charge prepayment fees that can effectively tie you into a loan and prevent you from refinancing it should you find a cheaper option. Again, just check the small print before signing on the dotted line.

An alternative to a standard bank loan to finance your catamaran is a boat loan. These are available from specialist boat lenders and other lenders.

How Does a Boat Loan Differ From a Bank Loan?

With boat loans, you can often use the boat you’re buying as collateral. That translates into potentially lower repayments because the lender has security for the loan in the shape of your boat.

Also, the loan terms are often longer than for standard bank loans, reducing the monthly repayment.

Many boat buyers prefer this type of secured loan over one secured on their home. That’s understandable since the consequences of losing your boat aren’t as dire as losing your home.

The option of a boat loan stirred up a somewhat emotional debate where there seemed to be two sides, one side saying it makes sense since you’ll be able to invest the cash you already have:

Line of credit. Pay interest only. Keep your money working for you. Respondent #87

And the other side presenting an interesting perspective:

I don’t think I could ever look at the horizon in my catamaran and fantasize about just keeping on going while flipping the bird to everything behind me with a bank loan on it. Kind of defeats the purpose for me. I would feel like I’m dragging my hook behind me!  Respondent #78 discussing the emotional aspect of taking a loan

Back to the loans! Some specialist boat loans require a downpayment. Meaning you won’t be able to borrow the total cost of the boat. A down payment may range from between 10-20%, and by putting in more capital upfront, you get the benefit of lower repayments.

Be aware, some boat lenders may have conditions around the type and age of the boats they’ll finance. There may also be minimum and maximum loan amounts. With some loans, there may also be fees to pay. Always check the lending terms carefully.

Examples of Available Boat Loans

One lender in the boat loan market is Bank of the West , through its Essex Boat Loan arm. Here are the main points to note about its boat loans:

  • Its minimum loan is $10,000, with a maximum of $500,000.
  • Interest rates are higher for smaller loans.
  • There are down payment requirements that vary depending on the loan amount.
  • It prefers a credit score of at least 700.
  • There are processing fees to pay.

If you want fee-free options, they are out there if you shop around. For example, look at Truist , previously SunTrust:

  • It will lend on new or used boats of 30’ (9m) or more.
  • The minimum loan is $100,000.
  • The maximum term is twenty years if you have a 20% downpayment.
  • They’re one of the lenders that will take your boat as collateral.

If you’re not looking to borrow as much as Truist’s minimum loan, its online lending arm, Lightstream , fills the gap:

  • It offers boat loans of between $5,000 and $100,000.
  • Its maximum loan term is forty-eight months.
  • There’s no restriction on the type or age of boat you can buy.
  • It doesn’t take your catamaran as collateral.
  • However, your credit score needs to be good to excellent to qualify for a loan.

These are just some examples of the boat loans available. As you can see, lender’s terms can differ significantly, so shopping around is vital.

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Dealer Loan

If you’re buying your boat through a dealer, it’s worth exploring what help they provide on the financing front. 

They’ll have experience and knowledge of the boat loan market. Plus, the dealer does all the legwork. This saves you the time of researching available options yourself, making it a very convenient way to get finance for your catamaran. It can also be reassuring to have a hand to hold throughout the process.

Stock Portfolio Loan

If you’ve got a stock portfolio, you might be thinking about liquidating some or all of it to finance your catamaran–certainly a strategy worth looking into. However, if you have a substantial portfolio and want to keep it, consider using it as collateral for a loan. That means your portfolio is security for your loan. (Note: you need a substantial portfolio if you want to finance your catamaran using this type of secured borrowing.)

Some providers allow you to borrow up to 90% of the value of your holdings, but borrowing at such a high loan to value on this type of finance isn’t a good idea. That’s because if your portfolio value drops, you’ll have to reduce your borrowing to maintain the loan-to-value ratio below the provider’s maximum. 

If you don’t reduce the borrowing, the provider could sell some of your holdings, which means you won’t necessarily get the best price. There may also be tax implications from the sale. 

Indeed, this type of borrowing is not without risk, and it won’t be suitable for everyone.

If you decide to go for it, it’s sensible to limit borrowing to not more than 20% of your portfolio value. This should provide a comfortable buffer to protect against market fluctuations. But remember, even that’s not guaranteed.

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Rent Out Your Catamaran

Renting out your catamaran once you’ve bought it is another option you can use to help finance the purchase. 

It pays for winter storage and summer dockage, a portion of the boat loan, maintenance. It gets me in the water more even [often]. Great for my taxes. Works for me Respondent #55

The idea is along the same lines as Airbnb. One site through which you can rent out your catamaran is Get My Boat .  It allows a boat owner to list their catamaran for short-term rental in return for a fee.

There are a couple of ways to do this. The first is for you to captain the boat during the rental period. The second is to offer bareboat charters where you hand over your catamaran for the agreed rental period.

With the first option, you’ll need to have the time to captain your catamaran for the whole of each rental period. 

If you don’t have that sort of time, the second option might suit you better. However, it does mean letting someone else take over your catamaran for the agreed period. So, you’ll want to ensure you have insurance to protect your investment.

Although renting out your catamaran means there’ll be times when it won’t be available for your own use, it’s up to you to accept or reject bookings. So you have some control over when you rent it out and the length of bookings you accept.

You’ll still need to maintain your catamaran and clean between rentals. If you do the cleaning yourself, that’s more of a time investment for you. But if you pay someone else to clean it, that’s an expense that will come out of your rental charges.

However, you can see how you can use this type of scheme to meet all or part of your monthly loan repayments. If you choose to finance your catamaran from your savings, it can provide a way to rebuild those depleted savings fairly quickly.

Whether you captain your catamaran or not, this option for financing your purchase will involve a good deal of your time. 

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Use an Ownership and Management Program (Chartering)

Around 10% of the respondents said they have good experiences with chartering their cats as a way to stay within budget.

I charter with my boat. Makes the cost make sense Nathan (#86)

If you’re interested in financing your catamaran by renting it out but the time involved is off-putting, this option may be more suitable for you. The idea of an ownership and management program is that you buy your catamaran. Then you allow a company, like Navtours , to charter it out.

That company pays you a fee in return for the use of your boat. And they’re responsible for managing charters, marina fees, and maintenance costs.

The downside of this is that you lose some control over when your catamaran is available for your use. Though many companies should let you choose the type of management agreement you want.

For example, Navtours offers two options: One gives you access to your boat for twelve weeks of the year, the other requires you hand your catamaran over for a more limited time, allowing you to use it as you please for most of the year. 

With both options, you can generate an income from your catamaran. That income will be lower under the second option because it’ll be out for charter less of the time.

As with renting, you need to be comfortable with other people using your catamaran. However, with a program like this, you’d be entering into a contract for five years. With the last option, it’s up to you how long you continue renting out your boat. 

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Things To Think About When Financing a Catamaran

However you choose to finance your catamaran, it’ll involve a significant outlay. Let’s discuss a couple of things you can do if you want to sail through the process smoothly.

What’s Your Intended Use?

If you choose to go with a boat loan, make sure that they allow you to do the things that you intend to do, some loans will have geographical limitations as to where you can go.

Some banks restrict your cruising grounds as they don’t want their collateral sailing away [for example] to Madagascar. Scott (#51)

Check Your Credit Score

As you’ve seen above, if you want a loan to finance your catamaran, you’ll need to meet lenders’ credit score requirements. 

Knowing your credit score in advance is important because it helps you rule out some lenders that you know will turn you down, saving you time on unnecessary applications. Also, hard lender inquiries on your credit file might hurt your score.

While some lenders ask for at least a good credit score, others may be less stringent. That’s why you should shop around. An average or even poor credit score needn’t sink your dream of owning a catamaran . If your credit score isn’t quite up to scratch, think about ways to improve it. For example, you could pay down debt to reduce your borrowings or to reduce your credit utilization .

Get a Boat Survey

You’ll need a survey if you’re taking a loan secured on the boat. Though, regardless the way you decide to finance your catamaran, this will be money well spent. Even if you go the unsecured route or finance your catamaran from savings or a home equity loan, a survey will give you peace of mind. 

Proceeding without a professional survey is risky. Remember, the catamaran of your dreams may look okay from the outside, but your untrained eye could miss potentially costly issues–a sure way to capsize your dream of owning a catamaran.

As you can see, if you’re looking at how to finance a catamaran, there are several options. Weigh them all up carefully and don’t go full steam ahead into anything. Take your time to steer a steady course through the available options to find one that suits you.

Remember, don’t use savings if it’ll leave you short of cash to deal with life’s headwinds. If you’re borrowing, shop around for the best rates and terms. In particular, give a wide berth to loans that tie you in with penalties for early repayment. Good luck and happy sailing!

And remember BOAT actually means Break Out Another Thousand! 😉

So what does it cost to maintain a catamaran?

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The F-32 is a plan version of the F-33, the availability of which has unfortunately been restricted due to unfavorable currency exchange rates, and a limited production capability, making it just too expensive for most markets. However, the F-32 helps overcome this by providing a close alternative that can be built anywhere by anyone.

The F-32 is available in several forms, the F-32A, F-32AX, or F-32R and F-32RX, with both aft cabin and aft cockpit versions, and all can be built by home or professional builders.

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The F-32 is a modern ‘state of the art’ design, with most of the F-33 features such as larger floats, new beam to main hull connection system, improved higher set beams and folding system, retractable bow pole, carbon chainplates, synthetic rigging, daggerboard rudder, carbon fiber traveler, higher cockpit (more room underneath), improved sliding hatch, and shorter beams for lower trailering height.

Beams and folding system come with a completely new and simplified hull mounting system that is virtually identical to the F-33, with no annoying hull notches, and virtually no interior intrusion. It does not have the F-33 carbon fiber folding system anchors in the hull, as these are a little tricky for amateur builders. However, they are incorporated in the ready made F-32 beams.

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The F-32 has one major advantage over the F-33 – there is a narrow 2.5m (8′ 2 1/2″) version (F-32A), which is the largest legally trailerable trimaran (without permit) in the world. The F-32AX version is the wider (permit required) version, and very similar to the F-33, with its additional interior room, plus there is an R version of both.

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Like the F-33, the F-32 has been designed with an ocean going capability in mind, for those intrepid sailors who cannot resist going offshore in what may intended to be a trailerable yacht for bay and coastal sailing, such as the F-9. If one can’t stop such sailors from ocean crossing, then one may as well make the boat as safe as possible, with all the necessary structural and safety features for extended offshore sailing designed in.

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F-32AX Aft Cockpit Interior – the one with Xtra room

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F-32A Aft Cockpit Interior – the one trailerable without a permit

Interior can be varied considerably to suit owner/builder’s preferences. The layouts shown are intended as general guides only, and can be mixed and matched as required, provided designated structural bulkheads remain as designed. Full size patterns for all internal bulkheads and most interior panels are included in plans along with optional DXF files for having all these items machine cut.

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F-32AX Aft Cabin Interior with aft double bunk

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F-32A Aft Cabin Interior – with traditional layout

Centerboard Option

F-32ax aft cabin version shown.

A ‘kick back’ centerboard option has now been added to the F-32 design series. This will give a ‘roomier feel’ to the main cabin, and a much larger cabin table (can easily seat 6) is now possible. The settee seatbacks can also be dropped in between settees to form a very spacious main cabin double.

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The other major advantage is the ability for the board to ‘kick back’ should one run aground, and this can be a very useful safety feature in shallower waters. Board is a higher aspect foil, and little deeper than the standard daggerboard, so it will be slightly more effective. This will make up for the extra slot drag associated with a centerboard case, and overall performance should be about the same.

Centerboard is now an option for both F-32A and F-32AX (F-32AX shown), with full construction drawings currently in process, and these will be ready by the end of July.

Note that ‘kick up’ centerboards are more complicated than a daggerboard, so will take longer to build, and the extra complexity may also mean more maintenance being required. However, having used such offset centerboards for all the original Trailertri designs, and the F-82, F-36 and F-39, the configuration used has been very well developed and tested. Follow the plans and it should be virtually trouble free.

F-32AX interior and room are very similar to F-33, as shown in following photos:

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The F-32 cost to build is similar or just slightly more than the F-9 series. Though a little larger, the F-32 structure is more efficient in many areas.

The F-32 beams , new and unique “Beam Mounts “ (for mounting the beams and folding system into main hull), and the folding system are all available ready made to maximize ease and speed of construction. Plans for self made beams (though not as advanced as the ready made version) are included in the plans which will cut cost of ready made items required to less than $4000.

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Particular care has also been taken to eliminate or reduce spray at high speeds, as with the F-33. Beams and folding struts are higher and further away from wave tops, and have been designed to trap and deflect any spray downwards.

Trailering beam varies depending on the float and beam configuration. The narrowest trailering beam (2.5m – 8′ 2 1/2″) for the F-32A will require self made beams.

Many F-33 parts are interchangeable, such as rudder, daggerboard, daggerboard case etc., but not the beams or folding system. The F-32 has the ability to fold down to a legally trailerable (without permit) beam, and the F-33 beams are not configured for this.

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F-32R – Short Cabin Version

Cabin can be lower and shorter again if wished

F-32AX Deck Layout

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F-32 Aft Cockpit Version

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Models Defined:

F-32A – the standard version, legally trailerable without permit, the ‘A’ signifying Amateur builder

F-32AX – a wider, roomier version, that will require a permit for trailering, the ‘X’ standing for extra room. The best choice for ocean work with a greater load carrying capacity, and a wider overall beam.

F-32R & F-32RX – racing versions for experienced sailors, with a taller rig, the ‘R’ standing for Race.

Each set of plans cover all options, including details on aft cabin and aft cockpit versions, and all ‘R’ features, the only choice required initially being between ‘A’ and ‘AX’ models, which have different Full Size Patterns.

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List of F-32 Plan Contents

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U.s. treasury announces unprecedented & expansive sanctions against russia, imposing swift and severe economic costs.

United States Acts in Tandem with Partners and Allies to Maximize Consequences for Russia, and in Show of Unity Against Invasion of a Sovereign State

Top Ten Russian Financial Institutions Now Under U.S Restrictions; U.S. Ready to Impose Additional Major Costs

WASHINGTON – The United States took significant and unprecedented action to respond to Russia’s further invasion of Ukraine by imposing severe economic costs that will have both immediate and long-term effects on the Russian economy and financial system. The U.S. Department of the Treasury’s Office of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC) today imposed expansive economic measures, in partnership with allies and partners, that target the core infrastructure of the Russian financial system — including all of Russia’s largest financial institutions and the ability of state-owned and private entities to raise capital — and further bars Russia from the global financial system. The actions also target nearly 80 percent of all banking assets in Russia and will have a deep and long-lasting effect on the Russian economy and financial system.

Building off of President Biden’s initial sanctions announcement this week, today Treasury is taking action against Russia’s top financial institutions, including sanctioning by far Russia’s two largest banks and almost 90 financial institution subsidiaries around the world. Treasury is also sanctioning additional Russian elites and their family members and imposing additional new prohibitions related to new debt and equity of major Russian state-owned enterprises and large privately owned financial institutions. This will fundamentally imperil Russia’s ability to raise capital key to its acts of aggression. These actions are specifically designed to impose immediate costs and disrupt and degrade future economic activity, isolate Russia from international finance and commerce, and degrade the Kremlin’s future ability to project power.

“Treasury is taking serious and unprecedented action to deliver swift and severe consequences to the Kremlin and significantly impair their ability to use the Russian economy and financial system to further their malign activity,” said Secretary of the Treasury Janet L. Yellen. “Our actions, taken in coordination with partners and allies, will degrade Russia’s ability to project power and threaten the peace and stability of Europe. We are united in our efforts to hold Russia accountable for its further invasion of Ukraine while mitigating impacts to Americans and our partners. If necessary, we are prepared to impose further costs on Russia in response to its egregious actions.”

Russia’s large financial services sector is heavily dominated by state-owned actors that rely on the U.S. financial system to conduct their business activities both within Russia and internationally. The sanctions the United States is imposing today cut off major parts of the Russian financial system and economy from access to this important financial infrastructure and the U.S. dollar more broadly.

The United States consulted closely with partners to tailor the economic costs of these actions to weigh most heavily on the Government of the Russian Federation (GoR) and its economy while mitigating impacts to America and its allies. Treasury’s sustained financial diplomacy over several months, on a near daily basis with partners and allies and at every level, has strengthened a unity of purpose, resolve, and technical coordination to deliver a broad array of impactful measures that will be felt deeply in Russia.

Today’s actions were taken pursuant to Executive Order (E.O.) 14024, which authorizes sanctions against Russia for its harmful foreign activities, including violating core principles of international law such as respect for the territorial integrity of sovereign states.

MAJOR ECONOMIC ACTIONS

Targeting Russia’s Two Largest Financial Institutions

Treasury is taking unprecedented action against Russia’s two largest financial institutions, Public Joint Stock Company Sberbank of Russia (Sberbank)and VTB Bank Public Joint Stock Company (VTB Bank), drastically altering their fundamental ability to operate. On a daily basis, Russian financial institutions conduct about $46 billion worth of foreign exchange transactions globally, 80 percent of which are in U.S. dollars. The vast majority of those transactions will now be disrupted. By cutting off Russia’s two largest banks — which combined make up more than half of the total banking system in Russia by asset value — from processing payments through the U.S. financial system. The Russian financial institutions subject to today’s action can no longer benefit from the remarkable reach, efficiency, and security of the U.S. financial system.

Correspondent and Payable-Through Account Sanctions on Sberbank

Today Treasury is imposing correspondent and payable-through account sanctions on Sberbank. Sberbank is uniquely important to the Russian economy, holding about a third of all bank assets in Russia. Sberbank is the largest financial institution in Russia and is majority-owned by the GoR. It holds the largest market share of savings deposits in the country, is the main creditor of the Russian economy, and is deemed by the GoR to be a systemically important financial institution. Within 30 days, OFAC is requiring all U.S. financial institutions to close any Sberbank correspondent or payable-through accounts and to reject any future transactions involving Sberbank or its foreign financial institution subsidiaries. Payments that Sberbank attempts to process in U.S. dollars for its clients — with examples ranging from to technology to transportation — will be disrupted and rejected once the payment hits a U.S. financial institution.

To implement sanctions on Sberbank, OFAC issued Directive 2 under E.O. 14024, “Prohibitions Related to Correspondent or Payable-Through Accounts and Processing of Transactions Involving Certain Foreign Financial Institutions” (the “Russia-related CAPTA Directive”). This directive prohibits U.S. financial institutions from: (i) the opening or maintaining of a correspondent account or payable-through account for or on behalf of any entity determined to be subject to the prohibitions of the Russia-related CAPTA Directive, or their property or interests in property; and (ii) the processing of transactions involving any such entities determined to be subject to the Russia-related CAPTA Directive, or their property or interests in property. Accordingly, U.S. financial institutions must reject such transactions unless exempt or authorized by OFAC.

Pursuant to Directive 2 under E.O. 14024, Sberbank and 25 Sberbank foreign financial institution subsidiaries that are 50 percent or more owned, directly or indirectly, by Sberbank were identified in Annex 1 to the Russia-related CAPTA Directive. These subsidiaries include banks, trusts, insurance companies, and other financial companies located in Russia and six other countries.

Sberbank and other affiliated entities determined to be subject to the Russia-related CAPTA Directive have been added to OFAC’s List of Foreign Financial Institutions Subject to Correspondent Account or Payable-Through Account Sanctions (CAPTA List) , a reference tool that provides actual notice of OFAC actions with respect to foreign financial institutions for which the opening or maintaining of a correspondent account or a payable-through account in the United States is prohibited or subject to one or more strict conditions. All foreign financial institutions owned 50 percent or more, directly or indirectly, by Sberbank are covered by the prohibitions of the Russia-related CAPTA Directive, even if not identified on OFAC’s CAPTA List.

The prohibitions of the Russia-related CAPTA Directive take effect beginning at 12:01 a.m. eastern daylight time on March 26, 2022. Accordingly, by 12:01 a.m. eastern daylight time on March 26, 2022, U.S. financial institutions must have closed any correspondent or payable-through account maintained for Sberbank all other entities listed in Annex 1 to the Russia-related CAPTA Directive, and all foreign financial institutions owned 50 percent or more by the foregoing. In addition, after 12:01 a.m. eastern daylight time on March 26, 2022, U.S. financial institutions may not process transactions involving those institutions and must reject such transactions, unless exempt or authorized by OFAC.

Full Blocking Sanctions on VTB

OFAC has imposed full blocking sanctions on VTB Bank, Russia’s second-largest financial institution, which holds nearly 20 percent of banking assets in Russia. VTB Bank is majority-owned by the GoR, which deems it to be a systemically important financial institution. This will sever a critical artery of Russia’s financial system. By imposing these sanctions, assets held in U.S. financial institutions will be instantly frozen and inaccessible to the Kremlin. This is one of the largest financial institutions Treasury has ever blocked and sends an unmistakable signal that the United States is following through on its promise of delivering severe economic costs.

VTB Bank was designated pursuant to E.O. 14024 for being owned or controlled by, or for having acted or purported to act for or on behalf of, directly or indirectly, the GoR, and for operating or having operated in the financial services sector of the Russian Federation economy. In addition, 20 VTB Bank subsidiaries were designated pursuant to E.O. 14024 for being owned or controlled by, directly or indirectly, VTB Bank. These subsidiaries include banks, holding companies, and other financial companies located in Russia and eight other countries. All entities owned 50 percent or more, directly or indirectly, by VTB Bank are subject to blocking, even if not identified by OFAC.

Blocking Other Major Russian Financial Institutions

OFAC has also imposed blocking sanctions on three additional major Russian financial institutions: Otkritie, Novikom, and Sovcom. These three financial institutions play significant roles in the Russian economy, holding combined assets worth $80 billion. These designations further restrict the Russian financial services sector and greatly diminish the ability of other critical Russian economic sectors from accessing global markets, attracting investment, and utilizing the U.S. dollar.

Public Joint Stock Company Bank Financial Corporation Otkritie (Otkritie) is deemed by the GoR to be a systemically important Russian state-owned credit institution and is Russia’s seventh largest financial institution. Otkritie was designated pursuant to E.O. 14024 for being owned or controlled by, or for having acted or purported to act for or on behalf of, directly or indirectly, the GoR, and for operating or having operated in the financial services sector of the Russian Federation economy.

In addition, 12 Otkritie subsidiaries were designated today pursuant to E.O. 14024 for being owned or controlled by, or for having acted or purported to act for or on behalf of, directly or indirectly, Otkritie. The 12 Otkritie subsidiaries designated today include an insurance company, a bank, and other financial services companies in Russia and Cyprus. All entities owned 50 percent or more, directly or indirectly, by Otkritie are subject to blocking under E.O. 14024, even if not identified by OFAC.

Open Joint Stock Company Sovcombank (Sovcombank) is the third largest privately owned financial institution in Russia by total assets, and Russia’s ninth largest bank overall. The GoR identifies it as a systemically important Russian financial institution. Sovcombank was designated pursuant to E.O. 14024 for operating or having operated in the financial services sector of the Russian Federation economy.

In addition, 22 Sovcombank subsidiaries were designated today pursuant to E.O. 14024 for being owned or controlled by, or for having acted or purported to act for or on behalf of, directly or indirectly, Sovcombank. The 22 Sovcombank subsidiaries designated today include a variety of financial services companies in Russia and Cyprus. All entities owned 50 percent or more, directly or indirectly, by Sovcombank are subject to blocking under E.O. 14024, even if not identified by OFAC.

Joint Stock Commercial Bank Novikombank (Novikombank) is state-owned and among the 50 largest financial institutions in Russia. Novikombank primarily operates in the Russian defense sector and serves as the core financial institution for Russian defense company Rostec, which fully owns the bank. Novikombank was designated pursuant to E.O. 14024 for operating or having operated in the financial services sector of the Russian Federation economy. Prior to today’s action, Novikombank was subject to certain debt-related restrictions pursuant to Directive 3 under E.O. 13662 but is now blocked. Novikombank’s parent company, Rostec, remains subject to certain debt-related restrictions pursuant to Directive 3 under E.O. 13662.

Debt and Equity Prohibitions Against Major State-Owned and Private Entities

In a move to limit Russia’s ability to finance its invasion against Ukraine or other priorities of President Putin, OFAC expanded Russia-related debt and equity restrictions to additional key aspects of Russia’s economy. To implement this action, OFAC issued Directive 3 under E.O. 14024, “Prohibitions Related to New Debt and Equity of Certain Russia-related Entities” (the “Russia-related Entities Directive”) to prohibit transactions and dealings by U.S. persons or within the United States in new debt of longer than 14 days maturity and new equity of Russian state-owned enterprises, entities that operate in the financial services sector of the Russian Federation economy, and other entities determined to be subject to the prohibitions in this directive.

These 13 major firms, which are listed in Annex 1 to the Russia-related Entities Directive, include companies critical to the Russian economy and six of Russia’s largest financial institutions. They are now heavily restricted from raising money through the U.S. market — a key source of capital and revenue generation, which limits the Kremlin’s ability to raise money for its malign activity — including to support the further invasion of Ukraine.

Today’s action pursuant to the Russia-related Entities Directive further expands the number of Russian entities subject to prohibitions related to new debt and equity. This includes 13 entities with outstanding debt issuances, six of which are also subject to certain debt or additional restrictions pursuant to directives under E.O. 13662.

Pursuant to E.O. 14024, OFAC identified the following 11 Russian entities as being owned or controlled by, or having acted or purposed to act for or on behalf of, directly or indirectly, the GoR:

  • Sberbank is Russia’s largest financial institution. Today, Sberbank was also identified as subject to the Russia-related CAPTA Directive.
  • Gazprombank Joint Stock Company is Russia’s third-largest financial institution and is closely affiliated with the energy sector.
  • Joint Stock Company Russian Agricultural Bank is Russia’s fifth-largest financial institution and closely affiliated with the agricultural sector.
  • Public Joint Stock Company Gazprom is the world’s largest natural gas company.
  • Public Joint Stock Company Gazprom Neft is one of Russia’s largest oil producers and refiners.
  • Public Joint Stock Company Transneft (Transneft) manages Russia’s network of petroleum-related pipelines.
  • Public Joint Stock Company Rostelecom is Russia’s largest telecommunications company.
  • Public Joint Stock Company RusHydro is a hydroelectricity company and one of Russia’s largest power companies.
  • Public Joint Stock Company Alrosa is the world’s largest diamond mining company, responsible for 90 percent of Russia’s diamond mining capacity, which accounts for 28 percent globally.
  • Joint Stock Company Sovcomflot is Russia’s largest maritime and freight shipping company.
  • Open Joint Stock Company Russian Railways is one of the world’s largest railroad companies.

Pursuant to E.O. 14024, OFAC identified the following three Russian entities for operating or having operated in the financial services sector of the Russian Federation economy:

  • Joint Stock Company Alfa-Bank is Russia’s largest privately owned financial institution, and Russia’s fourth-largest financial institution overall.
  • Credit Bank of Moscow Public Joint Stock Company is Russia’s largest non-state public bank and Russia’s sixth-largest financial institution.
  • Sberbank , which is described above.

General Licenses

To ensure that these sanctions and prohibitions have an impact on the intended targets and to minimize unintended consequences on third parties, OFAC has also issued several general licenses in connection with these actions. In particular, payments for energy are from production to consumption. The sanctions and license package has been constructed to account for the challenges high energy prices pose to average citizens and doesn’t prevent banks from processing payments for them.

Specifically, OFAC issued eight general licenses authorizing certain transactions related to:

  • international organizations and entities;
  • agricultural and medical commodities and the COVID-19 pandemic;
  • overflight and emergency landings;
  • dealings in certain debt or equity;
  • derivative contracts;
  • the wind down of transactions involving certain blocked persons; and
  • the rejection of transactions involving certain blocked persons.

To provide further guidance on these authorizations and today’s action, OFAC also issued extensive public guidance in the form of Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs).

NEW ACTIONS TARGETING RUSSIAN ELITES

Families Close to Putin

Elites close to Putin continue to leverage their proximity to the Russian President to pillage the Russian state, enrich themselves, and elevate their family members into some of the highest positions of power in the country at the expense of the Russian people. Sanctioned oligarchs and powerful Russian elites have used family members to move assets and to conceal their immense wealth. The following designations target influential Russians in Putin’s inner circle and in elite positions of power within the Russian state. Many of these individuals are believed to participate in, or benefit from, the Russian regime’s kleptocracy, along with their family members. Many serve in leadership roles of companies designated or identified today.

Sergei Sergeevich Ivanov, son of Sergei Borisovich Ivanov

Sergei Borisovich Ivanov (Sergei B. Ivanov) is the Special Presidential Representative for Environmental Protection, Ecology, and Transport. Sergei B. Ivanov is reportedly one of Putin’s closest allies and previously served as the Chief of Staff of the Presidential Executive Office, Deputy Prime Minister, and Defense Minister of Russia. He is also a permanent member of the Security Council of the Russian Federation. Sergei B. Ivanov was previously designated in March 2014 for being an official of the GoR. Sergei Ivanov’s son, Sergei Sergeevich Ivanov (Sergei S. Ivanov), is the current CEO of Russian state-owned diamond mining company Alrosa and a board member of Gazprombank.

OFAC redesignated Sergei B. Ivanov and designated his son Sergei S. Ivanov pursuant to E.O. 14024 for being or having been leaders, officials, senior executive officers, or members of the board of directors of the GoR. Sergei S. Ivanov was also designated pursuant to E.O. 14024 for being the spouse or adult child of Sergei B. Ivanov, a person whose property or interests in property are blocked for being or having been a leader, official, senior executive officer, or member of the board of directors of the GoR.

Andrey Patrushev, son of Nikolai Platonovich Patrushev

Nikolai Platonovich Patrushev (Nikolai Patrushev) is the Secretary of the Russian Federation Security Council and is reported to be a longtime close associate of Putin. Nikolai Patrushev was previously designated in April 2018 for being an official of the GoR. Patrushev’s son, Andrey Patrushev, served in leadership roles at Gazprom Neft and is employed in Russia’s energy sector.

OFAC redesignated Nikolai Patrushev and designated his son Andrey Patrushev pursuant to E.O. 14024 for being or having been leaders, officials, senior executive officers, or members of the board of directors of the GoR. Andrey Patrushev was also designated pursuant to E.O. 14024 for being the spouse or adult child of Nikolai Patrushev, a person whose property or interests in property are blocked for being or having been a leader, official, senior executive officer, or member of the board of directors of the GoR.

Ivan Igorevich Sechin, son of Igor Ivanovich Sechin

Igor Ivanovich Sechin (Igor Sechin) is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Chairman of the Management Board, and Deputy Chairman of the Board of Directors of Rosneft, one of the world’s largest publicly traded oil companies. Igor Sechin was formerly the Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation from 2008 until 2012 and is reportedly a close ally of Putin. Igor Sechin was previously designated in April 2014 pursuant to E.O. 13661 for being an official of the GoR. Igor Sechin’s son, Ivan Igorevich Sechin (Ivan Sechin), is reportedly a deputy head of a department at Rosneft.

OFAC redesignated Igor Sechin pursuant to E.O. 14024 for being or having been a leader, official, senior executive officer, or member of the board of directors of the GoR. Ivan Sechin was designated pursuant to E.O. 14024 for being the spouse or adult child of Igor Sechin, a person whose property or interests in property are blocked for being or having been a leader, official, senior executive officer, or member of the board of directors of the GoR.

Financial Sector Elites

Senior executives at state-owned banks, like Kremlin-linked elites, take advantage of their closeness to the Russian power vertical to advance the interests of the Russian state while maintaining an extravagant standard of living.

Alexander Aleksandrovich Vedyakhin (Vedyakhin) is First Deputy Chairman of the Executive Board of Sberbank. OFAC designated Vedyakhin pursuant to E.O. 14024 for being or having been a leader, official, senior executive officer, or member of the board of directors of the GoR.

Andrey Sergeyevich Puchkov (Puchkov) and Yuriy Alekseyevich Soloviev (Soloviev) are two high-ranking VTB Bank executives who work closely with VTB Bank chief executive Andrei Kostin, whom OFAC designated in April 2018 pursuant to E.O. 13661. Puchkov also has other business interests beyond VTB, including Moscow-based real estate companies Limited Liability Company Atlant S and Limited Liability Company Inspira Invest A .

Soloviev’s wife, Galina Olegovna Ulyutina (Ulyutina), was previously implicated in a golden passport scheme.

OFAC designated Puchkov and Soloviev pursuant to E.O. 14024 for being or having been leaders, officials, senior executive officers, or members of the board of directors of the GoR.

Limited Liability Company Atlant S and Limited Liability Company Inspira Invest A were designated pursuant to E.O. 14024 for being owned or controlled by, or having acted or purported to act for or on behalf of, directly or indirectly, Puchkov.

Ulyutina was designated pursuant to E.O. 14024 for being the spouse or adult child of Soloviev, a person whose property and interests in property are blocked pursuant to E.O. 14024.

For identifying information on the individuals and entities sanctioned today, click here.

For Treasury’s concurrent designation of critical Belarusian state-owned banks, defense firms, and regime-connected individuals, click here.

For the White House fact sheet about the Biden Administration’s actions today, click here.

Subsidiaries of Russian Financial Institutions Sanctioned on February 24, 2022Pursuant to E.O. 14024

The following Sberbank subsidiaries are subject to the Russia-related CAPTA Directive:

  • Subsidiary Bank Sberbank of Russia Joint Stock Company is a bank located in Kazakhstan.
  • Joint Stock Company Sberbank is a bank located in Ukraine.
  • Open Joint Stock Company BPS-Sberbank is a bank located Belarus.
  • IKS Joint Stock Company is a real estate, security brokering, fund management, depository credit intermediation, as well as other activities auxiliary to financial intermediation, company located in Russia.
  • Joint Stock Company Sberbank Leasing is a bank located in Russia.
  • Limited Liability Company Sberbank Capital is a mutual and pension fund or trust located in Russia.
  • Joint Stock Company Sberbank Automated Trade System is a vendor of financial securities on electronic trading platforms located in Russia.
  • Limited Liability Company Promising Investments is a financial company located in Russia.
  • Limited Liability Company Sberbank Financial Company is a financial company located in Russia.
  • Limited Liability Company Sberbank Investments is a financial company located in Russia.
  • Sberbank Europe AG is a bank located in Austria.
  • Insurance Company Sberbank Life Insurance Limited Liability Company is an insurance company located in Russia.
  • SB Securities SA is a mutual and pension fund or trust located in Luxembourg.
  • Joint Stock Company Sberbank Private Pension Fund is a mutual and pension fund or trust located in Russia.
  • Limited Liability Company Sberbank Insurance Broker is a financial and insurance company located in Russia.
  • Insurance Company Sberbank Insurance Limited Liability Company is an insurance company located in Russia.
  • Limited Liability Company Sberbank CIB Holding is a financial company located in Russia.
  • Limited Liability Company Sberbank Factoring is a financial company located in Russia
  • Joint Stock Company Raschetniye Resheniya is a bank located in Russia.
  • Vydayushchiesya Kredity Microcredit Company Limited Liability Company is a financial and insurance company in Russia.
  • Tekhnologii Kreditovaniya Limited Liability Company is an Internet-based financial activities company located in Russia.
  • Arimero Holding Limited is a financial, insurance, and holding company located in Cyprus.
  • Setelem Bank Limited Liability Company is a bank located in Russia.
  • Limited Liability Company Yoomoney is a bank located in Russia.
  • Limited Liability Company Market Fund Administration is a mutual and pension fund or trust located in Russia.

The property and interests in property of the following VTB Bank subsidiaries are blocked:

  • BM Bank Joint Stock Company is a bank located in Russia.
  • VTB Capital Holding Closed Joint Stock Company is a holding company located in Russia.
  • NPF VTB Pension Fund Joint Stock Company is a non-state pension fund company located in Russia.
  • VTB Factoring Limited is a finance and factoring company located in Russia.
  • Bank VTB Kazakhstan Joint Stock Company is a bank located in Kazakhstan.
  • VTB Bank Armenia Closed Joint Stock Company is a bank located in Armenia.
  • VTB Bank Azerbaijan Open Joint Stock Company is a bank located in Azerbaijan.
  • VTB Bank Belarus Closed Joint Stock Company is a bank located in Belarus.
  • VTB Bank Georgia Joint Stock Company is a bank located in Georgia.
  • Banco VTB Africa SA is a bank located in Angola.
  • VTB Specialized Depository Closed Joint Stock Company is an intermediation and financial company located in Russia.
  • VTB Pension Administrator Limited is a holding company located in Russia.
  • Limited Liability Company VTB DC is a financial and management consulting company located in Russia.
  • VTB Registrar Closed Joint Stock Company is a financial company located in Russia.
  • Business Finance Limited Liability Company is a security brokerage and financial leasing company located in Russia.
  • West Siberian Commercial Bank Public Joint Stock Company is a bank located in Russia.
  • Joint-Stock Company Sarovbusinessbank is a bank located in Russia.
  • Vietnam-Russia Joint Venture Bank is a bank located in Vietnam.
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  • Obshchestvo S Ogranichennoi Otvetstvennostyu VTB Foreks is a financial company located in Russia.

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  • Public Joint Stock Company Insurance Company Rosgosstrakh is an insurance company located in Russia.
  • Otkritie Ltd Group is a financial company located in Cyprus.
  • OOO Navigator Asset Management is a financial company located in Russia.
  • OOO Otkritie Asset Management is a financial company located in Russia.
  • Otkritie Broker Group is a financial company located in Russia.
  • OOO Tamozhennaya Karta is a financial company located in Russia.
  • OOO Otkritie Factoring is a financial company located in Russia.
  • OOO RGS Holding is a financial company located in Russia.
  • OOO Otkritie Capital is a financial company located in Russia.
  • Otkritie Capital Cyprus Limited is a financial company located in Cyprus.
  • NPF Otkritie Group is a non-state pension fund located in Russia.
  • PAO Rosgosstrakh Bank is a bank located in Russia.

The property and interests in property of the following Sovcombank subsidiaries are blocked:

  • Aktsionernoe Obshchestvo Fintender is a financial technology company located in Russia.
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  • BEST2PAY Limited is a financial company located in Russia.
  • GMCS Management Limited Liability Company is a financial management company located in Russia.
  • Septem Capital Limited Liability Company is an investment company located in Russia.
  • Joint Stock Company Sovcombank Life is an insurance company located in Russia.
  • Limited Liability Company Ozon Bank is a financial institution located in Russia.
  • Mobilnye Platezhi Limited Liability Company is a financial technology company located in Russia.
  • Ruskonsalt is a company located in Russia.
  • Sollers-Finance Limited Liability Company is a financial company located in Russia.
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  • Sovcombank Securities Limited is a financial company located in Cyprus.
  • Sovcombank Technologies Limited Liability Company is a financial technology company located in Russia.
  • Sovkom Faktoring is a company located in Russia.
  • Sovkom Lizing is a leasing company located in Russia.
  • Sovcomcard Limited Liability Company is a financial company located in Russia.
  • Tsifrovye Tekhnologii Budushchego Limited Liability Company is a financial technology company located in Russia.
  • USM Limited Liability Company is a financial company located in Russia.
  • Aktsionernoe Obshchestvo Sovkombank Strakhovanie is a financial company located in Russia.
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