Ex-top managers of Trust bank face sentence
Former heads of the financial organization were sentenced for waste of 14.6 billion rubles ($247 million).
The Moscow City Court did not satisfy the complaint of defense of ex-head of treasury’s Directorate of JSC NB Trust Oleg Dikusar and finance director of the bank Evgeny Romakov, condemned for waste of 14.6 billion rubles ($247 million). Thus, the sentence of Basmanny Court concerning the defendants in the case was left without change, Moscow city news reports.
To recall, Oleg Dikusar was sentenced to seven years of standard regime penal colony, and Evgeny Romakova to four years of the colony.
At the same time, the court did not satisfy the claim of Trust bank to the convicts for the sum of 7.11 billion rubles ($121 million) and $243 million, noting that the issue can be resolved within civil legal proceedings.
According to the investigators, in 2012-2014 Dikusar and Romakov were issuing credits to the fictitious organizations registered in the territory of the Republic of Cyprus. They carried out these actions for the benefit of shareholders of the bank, who are now put on the wanted list. As a result, JSC NB Trust was caused a damage for the total amount of 9.9 billion rubles ($167 million). Besides, in 2013-2014 defendants in the case made the alienation of security papers - the Eurobonds, which were on the account of the credit institution for the total amount of 4.6 billion rubles ($77 million).
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