First of all, let's define the main requirements for Russian banks that will allow such banks to have advantages during sanctions:
1. The Bank is in the TOP 15 largest banks in Russia in terms of assets;
2. The bank is not directly related to the state.
The list of banks by assets can be found on the website banki.ru, TOP 15 of these banks:
National Clearing Center;
Credit Bank of Moscow;
All-Russian Bank for the Development of Regions.
We apply the second criterion to this list and get a list of only 4 banks:
4. UniCredit Bank.
All banks on this list are foreign banks that operate in Russia and refused to leave Russia during the sanctions.
Let's take a closer look at these banks.
Raiffeisenbank is a universal Russian bank, a subsidiary of the Austrian banking group Raiffeisen Bank International. Included in the list of systemically important Russian banks. The bank is a broker that is not sanctioned.
Rosbank is a Russian universal bank within the international financial group Société Générale. Full name - Public Joint Stock Company Rosbank. The headquarters is located in Moscow. Included by the Bank of Russia in the list of systemically important credit institutions.
Tinkoff Bank is a Russian commercial bank focused entirely on remote banking, with no retail branches. The world's largest online bank by the number of customers as of August 2019. The bank's headquarters is located in Moscow. The owner is the Cypriot company TCS Group Holding PLC, a significant part of which is owned by Oleg Tinkov. This bank is a broker that is not sanctioned.
4. UniCredit Bank
Unicredit Bank is a Soviet and Russian commercial bank, one of the largest in the country, founded in 1989. The full name of the bank is Joint Stock Company Unicredit Bank. The head office is located in Moscow. Included by the Bank of Russia in the list of systemically important credit institutions.
Now you can study the conditions for providing the banking services that you need on the websites of these banks and then order these services