Palikhata's friend might be involved in Russian Financial Alliance bank embezzlement case
Managers of the Russian Financial Alliance bank, the beneficiary of which is former President of Kalmykia and entrepreneur Kirsan Ilyumzhinov, will be examined on theft of 700 million rubles.
Former managers of the Russian Financial Alliance (RFA) may be involved in the theft of 700 million rubles. RFA Board of Directors Chairman Mudalal Khoury asked to conduct appropriate examination on the revealed facts of embezzlement of bank funds. According to Kommersant, the statement was sent to the FSB, the Interior Ministry and the Anti-Corruption Presidential Directorate.
In letters Mudalal Khoury said that the bank's main creditors were the following companies: LLC Tansal, SK Leader, Phaeton, Financial Development, IR Services, Rusnefteproduktkontrakt, Rustehimport, Stroymontazh, RNK, Termoplas, Orgtekhnika, TDT Holding, Partner and Metiz. They were granted loans amounting to 700 million rubles. Meanwhile, according to Khoury, all of these companies do not conduct business activities, do not have the assets and personnel, and therefore issued funds were stolen. In a statement Khoury said that RFA former Chairman Irina Sidorova and her husband Oleg may be involved in the theft of 700 million rubles. According to Khoury, the former Head of the bank gave instructions to his subordinates to falsify documents and reports related to the issuance of loans. On behalf of the founders of a financial institution, it was found that managers of companies that received loans were the same persons.
Khoury said that the situation with the RFA would affect not only the bank's clients, but rather its beneficiary, Head of FIDE Kirsan Ilyumzhinov.
According to Ilyumzhinov, he was warned about the problems in RFA. He also stressed that he is not a beneficiary of the bank.
It is worth noting that this is not the only and not the high-profileest case, which is associated with the name of Kalmykia ex-President Kirsan Ilyumzhinov.
As the CrimeRussia previously reported, in October he was presented as the new owner of Fashionshoes, a company that illegally took over Tsentrobuv network.
Businessman Badri Shengelia – a ‘professional witness’ and notorious figure of criminal St. Petersburg – won’t help the law enforcement authorities anymore in their struggle against corruption, banditry, and internal intrigues. The professional ‘work’ of the killers has drawn a line under his controversial life and left plenty of questions to the investigators – because persons interested in this murder can be found literally everywhere, including their own agency.