Orders awarded to the bank
Order "For Glory and Prosperity of Russia"
The Order "For Glory and Prosperity of Russia" (hereinafter referred to as the Order) was established by the Council for Public Awards as the highest public award for outstanding services related to the development of the Russian economy. The Order is a sign of public recognition and respect for citizens whose professional and public activities contribute to the economic prosperity and welfare of the Russian state. The Order is awarded to state organizations and public administration structures, public officials, political parties, social movements, associations, organizations and their representatives, as well as commercial and other organizations, foreign and Russian citizens.
The basis for awarding the Order is the presentation of JSCB Gazbank and Decree of the Council for Public Awards.
Description of the Order
The Order is made of gold in the form of an eight-pointed star with a size of 80 mm, of the rays with rounded corners diverging from the center, decorated with zirconium.
The middle of the order is a cross with enlarged edges, covered with purple enamel, which is located on top of a large round shield of gold framed with 20 diamonds. Above the cross there is a small round shield covered on the edge with white and in the center - with purple enamel.
On the circumference of the small shield there is an inscription: "For Glory and Prosperity of Russia", at the bottom of which is the brand logo of JSCB Gazbank, covered with purple enamel in a gold circle.
In the center of the order is a golden crown, established by Peter I, adorned with 14 diamonds and 22 rubies. From under the crown the ends of the St. Andrew's ribbon, covered with blue enamel, are visible. On the reverse of the order there is its serial number, the manufacturer's brand and a pin.