Sep 21, 2016
NPF FUTURE entered the Top 500 largest Russian companies, according to RBC rating

NPF FUTURE entered Top 500 Largest Russian Companies, according to the RBC Information Agency rating. NPF FUTURE currently holds 185th place; 12 non-state pension funds out of all the 89 funds on the market have received this rating.

The RBC rating is an annual rating; 2016 was the first year when non-state pension funds were included. The key parameters for the participants were the total amount of pension contributions and the funds' incomes for 2015. Nikolay Sidorov, NPF FUTURE's CEO, stated:

"The participation of non-state pension funds in such a rating is a milestone for our market. It is the result of the development of NPF as financial institutions; during the past 2 years, they have become significantly more stable, transparent, and managed structures included in the guaranteeing system are constantly developing plus, what is most important, they are growing in market conditions. Today, the funds demonstrate their wide experience and expertise on the one hand, and continue to develop in new realities in accordance with the new standards and requirements on the other hand. Thus, their entry into the rating of the largest Russian companies is quite logical for the pension market."

According to the figures by the Bank of Russia as of June 30, 2016, NPF FUTURE is in the Top 3 non-state pension funds, being the 2nd largest by the number of clients (3.7 mln clients) and the 3rd largest by the amount of pension savings (RUB 232 bln). Presently, two more funds – NPF Uralsib and NPF Russian Standard – that are part of FUTURE Financial Group are under a merger with NPF FUTURE. The fund is constantly developing: one of the priority tasks of the company is to improve its service.

The Top 500 Largest Russian Companies rating is published in issue No. 10 of RBC magazine for September 2016.