Property of cashier Grigoryev's Doninvest bank put up for auction
Former management of the credit institution is suspected of embezzling more than a billion rubles. Most of the bank's top managers ended up in a detention center as part of criminal case investigation in the autumn of 2015.
The property of the bankrupt bank will be sold out.
According to the Rostov version of Argumenty i Fakty, apart from the main bank assets, it is planned to sell three cars and a two-storey residential building in Tselina, Salsk district of the Rostov region.
The Central Bank of Russia deprived Doninvest of its licence in October 2014 for failure to meet the creditors' requirements on monetary obligations. Two months later, the bank was declared bankrupt.
The former management of the credit institution is suspected of embezzling more than a billion rubles. As part of the criminal case of embezzlement in Doninvest Bank, its co-owner Aleksandr Grigoryev was arrested in October 2015 on charges of part 4 of Art. 159 of the Russian Criminal Code (Swinlding on an especially large scale). Following him, defendants in the criminal case of embezzlement included another co-owner Oksana Ermakova, former member of Doninvest's Board of Directors Denis Volchkov, former Chairman of the bank's board Alla Kalitvanskaya and her former deputy Svetlana Gulenkova, former Vice-President of Zapadny Bank Grigory Kulesh (who has concluded a immunity agreement), as well as St. Petersburg businessmen Oleg Vasilyev and Anton Tarasov, known to law enforcers as experienced 'cashiers'.
According to the CrimeRussia, Aleksandr Grigoryev used to be one of the leaders of the Russia's largest organized crime groups (OCG) engaged in illegal cashing of money. In addition, Grigoryev is treasurer of Podolskaya OCG and a partner of Sergey Lalakin gang's permanent leader.
According to investigation, the former co-owner of Doninvest Bank had established an organized criminal group with a number of other entities, which has withdrawn about 46 billion dollars abroad using the 'Moldovan' scheme. In total, the OCG consisted of about 500 people.
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