Moscow police arrests 2 bankers accused of stealing more than 100 million rubles
Moscow police has put an end to an organized crime group, whose members stole about 100 million rubles, claiming to provide loans.
According to the official representative of the Russian Ministry of Internal Affairs Irina Volk, the two former top managers of a certain bank were arrested by officers of the General Administration for Economic Security and Combatting the Corruption (GAESCC) and the Moscow police investigators. Former bank executives are suspected of stealing more than 100 million rubles. They carried out their financial schemes under the pretext of providing loans for fictitious organizations.
The police claim that the bankers entered into loan agreements with fake and fictitious companies, and then transferred money to their accounts. After that, they distorted the data in the bank's financial statements, and repeatedly extended deadlines under the loan agreements on terms that were clearly unfavorable for the bank.
The scammers distributed the stolen money between members of the group and spent it for personal needs.
The police informed that the total amount of damages caused to the bank as a result of their criminal activities exceeded 100 million rubles.
Now, a criminal case into fraud has been initiated under para. 4 of art. 159 of the Russian Criminal Code. The detained bankers have been charged with the alleged crime. One of them was taken into custody, the second was placed under house arrest. The investigative authorities continue to clarify all the circumstances of the crime. The criminal investigation goes on.
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