DIA requires 13.7 billion rubles from former management of Smolensky bank
The Deposit Insurance Agency (DIA) has filed an application to the Court of Arbitration of the Smolensk region on bringing the four former leaders of Smolensky Bank to a vicarious liability.
"The applicant, who is a bankruptcy receiver, wants to recover funds from Anatoly Danilov Pavel Shitov, Roman Shcherbakov and Mikhail Yakhontov", RAPSI reports referring to the Deposit Insurance Agency. It is required 13.7 billion rubles from the leaders of Smolensky bank.
According to RAPSI, during the audit it was found that during two years prior to revocation of Smolensky Bank's license managers provide loans to "technical legal entities that are not conducted economic activity, comparable to the lending scale, and do not possess its own property and income to enable them to service debt on loans. Also loans were granted to insolvent individuals."
Also, during the audit, it was found that Chairman of the Board Anatoly Danilov and Chairman of the Board of Directors Pavel Shitov did not take any measures provided for by the law "On Insolvency (Bankruptcy)" to prevent the bankruptcy of Smolensky bank.
December 13, 2013 the Central Bank (CB) revoked the license of Smolensky bank. February 7, 2014 the CB declared it a bankrupt.
In 2016, the court found Anatoly Danilov guilty of committing crimes under part 2 of Art. 195 of the Criminal Code (Illegal Actions in Bankruptcy), part 2 of Art. 165 of the Criminal Code (Causing Damage to Property in the absence of signs of embezzlement), part 4, Art. 159 of the Criminal Code (Swindling). He is jailed for six years and one month with probation.
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