The fall in the rating followed the downgrade of the sovereign rating of the Russian Federation on March 9.
So, Sberbank, Gazprombank, Zenit Bank, Intesa, Uralsib, Rosselkhozbank, Alfa-Bank, ING Bank (Eurasia), Raiffeisenbank, Toyota Bank, Home Credit and Finance Bank, Rosbank, Tinkoff Bank, Levoberezhny Bank, OTP Bank, SDM-Bank, Loco-Bank, Expobank, Moscow Credit Bank.
Avers, China Construction Bank, Primsotsbank, HSBC Bank, Almazergienbank, Saint Petersburg Bank, Asia-Pacific Bank, MTS-Bank, Bank of China, as well as their subsidiary banks.
All ratings of Chelindbank, Credit Europe Bank and SEB Bank were withdrawn for commercial reasons.
In addition, Long-term foreign currency IDRs have been downgraded for two dozen Russian entities, including Moscow and St. Petersburg.
The collapse of the ratings followed the start of the military special operation of the Russian Federation on the territory of Ukraine. In response to Moscow's move, Western countries, as well as Australia and Japan, imposed harsh economic sanctions against Russia. They affected not only Russian officials, oligarchs, the military, propagandists and state-related companies, but also the country's banks. A number of financial institutions have been cut off from the SWIFT international bank transfer system. The ruble showed an unprecedented fall, overcoming new historical lows.