Gazprombank has launched a five-year 1 billion euro ($1.4 billion) bond at a yield of 4 percent, according to banking sources, Interfax reported.
The bank twice lowered the yield rate during the placement, from 4.375 to 4.125 and finally to 4 percent yearly.
Credit Suisse, Deutsche Bank, GPB-Financial Services and SG CIB are lead managers.
Demand for the bond exceeded 5 billion euros ($6.8 billion), a source close to one of the managers told Interfax.
Gazprombank's eurobond placement is the third deal by a Russian company on the international bond market since March, when the crisis in Ukraine upset conditions for Russian borrowers.
Alfa Bank was first, with a 350 million euro ($476 million) bond at a yield of 5.5 percent on June 4, followed by Sberbank with a 1 billion euro ($1.4 billion) bond — the company's first euro-denominated bond — at a yield of 3.35 percent on June 23.