Court to consider case of Bank of Moscow ex-president without accused
Andrey Borodin has hidden in the UK, which refused to surrender the defendant to Russia.
The Prosecutor General’s Office of Russia sent the materials of the criminal case over the embezzlement of the Bank of Moscow’s 14.5 billion rubles against the former president of the bank, Andrey Borodin, first vice-president Dmitry Akulinin, vice-president Alexey Sytnikov, and their subordinates Dmitry Stroganov and Boris Shemyakin to the court, the press-service of supervisory authority reports. The trial will be held in absentia, as Borodin has moved to the UK.
“The attackers granted bad loans and carried out unprofitable currency purchase and sale transactions through controlled organizations that did not carry out financial and economic activities,” the department explains the essence of the charges.
Earlier, the court sentenced Svetlana Timonina, a bank employee, to five years in prison.