Court prolonged arrest of Tatfondbank head Musin
The top manager accused of swindle will stay in the pre-trial detention center till July 16.
The Volga District Court of Kazan on Tuesday, April 11, prolonged arrest of Tatfondbank former head Robert Musin till July 16, satisfying thus, the petition of the investigation.
As the CrimeRussia wrote earlier, according to the investigators, former head of Tatfondbank Robert Musin and unidentified officials of Tatfondbank illegally took out mortgage property of the Urman company according to four credit agreements with bank for the sum of more than 847 million rubles ($14.8m).
“As a result a part of credit obligations to bank was left without providing, what brought to impossibility of bank to fulfill the obligations to creditors, including, the Central Bank of Russia, for the sum of more than 207 million rubles ($3.6)”, it is told in the message of department.
Earlier Robert Musin was arrested under suspicion of especially large Swindling (Art. 159 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation) – plunder through Tatfondbank at the Central Bank of 3.1 billion rubles in the form of a loan. Within legal investigation of swindle the shareholder of Tatfondbank and CEO of Novaya Neftekhimiya LLC Ramil Safin, and head of Royal Taym Group Elena Leushina were detained. Prime minister of Tatarstan Ildar Halikov retired within the background of the scandal.
The central bank revoked license of Tatfondbank on March 3, 2017. According to the Central Bank, the ‘hole’ in balance of bank as of February 1, 2017 made about 96.7 billion rubles ($16b), before introduction of temporary administration its size was estimated at 43 billion rubles.
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