Recognition of ratings


Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation

National Rating Agency is represented in the register of agencies accredited by the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation. When accrediting a rating agency, the government acknowledges reliability, accuracy of data and assessment of such agency.  

The Central Bank of the Russian Federation

National Rating Agency is among the list of agencies whose ratings are widely used by the Central Bank of the Russian Federation to determine the solvency of credit institutions.


National Rating Agency is accredited by Vnesheconombank within the framework of the regulation procedures approved by the Bank’s Supervisory Board and provided by Federal Law of the Russian Federation "On Additional Measures for Supporting the Financial System of the Russian Federation" (Federal Law "On Granting Unsecured Subordinated Loans").

Russian Bank for Development (OJSC RBD)

Russian banks with "BBB-" or higher rating assigned by NRA may participate in the program of lending financial support to small and medium enterprises (SME) arranged by OJSC RBD.

The bank offers its clients and partners a unique option to insure leasing items in case an insurance company attains a valid reliability rating including B" rating (sufficient reliability) assigned by NRA as of the date of entering into agreement.

State corporation Russian Corporation of Nanotechnologies (RUSNANO)

RUSNANO State Corporation allows professional market participants with "A-" or higher rating to render investment adviser services.

National Securities Market Association (NSMA)

Accredited to NSMA, National Rating Agency performs operations in strict accordance with a Code of Professional Ethics of the Russian rating agencies, which was developed by a special Rating Assembly Team of NSMA, and approved by the Council of the NSMA, a self-regulated organization.


Credibility ratings assigned to issuers by NRA are among MICEX key criteria when including securities on the stock exchange*s quotation list A (first level).

"BBB-" or higher rating assigned by NRA is vitally important option to set a net-liabilities limit on a clearing member.

Federal Financial Markets Service

National Rating Agency is included in the list of accredited in line with established procedures rating agencies. The Federal Financial Markets Service considers the above ratings in order to avoid restrictions as stipulated by Clause 2 Article 27.5-4 of the Federal Law "On the Securities Market on economic societies and/or their bonds". Such restrictions do not apply to economic societies and/or their bonds with "BBB+" rating assigned by NRA. FFMS Order No. 10-71/pz-n, dated 23 November 2010