Court to consider case of $2-billion embezzlement from Vneshprombank
Figures of the case are president of the credit organization Larisa Marcus and her deputy Ekaterina Glushakova; they are accused of fraud and embezzlement.
Deputy Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation Viktor Grin approved the indictment in the Vneshprombank’s embezzlement case and sent the investigation materials to the court, according to the website of the supervisory authority.
Figures of the case are president of the credit organization Larisa Marcus and her deputy Ekaterina Glushakova. They are charged with two articles - Swindling and Embezzlement (part 4, Article 159 and part 4, Article 160 of the Criminal Code respectively).
Earlier, the Arbitrazh Court of Moscow recognized as justified the demand of Vneshprombank for more than 1 billion rubles ($17.8m) to his former president and co-owner Larisa Marcus in the case of her bankruptcy. The investigation of the criminal case was completed by the Ministry of Internal Affairs in December last year.
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