Prosecutor General’s Office returned case of Moy Bank ex-owner Gleb Fetisov to investigators
The former senator is accused of the waste of 2 billion rubles ($33 million).
Prosecutor General’s Office returned case over the waste of 2 billion rubles ($33 million) in Moy Bank, which belonged to ex-Senator from the Voronezh Region Gleb Fetisov, to the investigation. Fetisov’s lawyer Aleksander Gofstein told journalists about it on Monday, July 24. There is no official confirmation from the supervising department yet.
To recall, earlier in March of this year, the court in Moscow returned Fetisov's case for consideration of Prosecutor's Office as, according to the judge, Moy bank and Deposit Insurance Agency can not be considered as the victims in this case. It was entrusted to Prosecutor's Office to eliminate all inaccuracies connected with it.
Moy bank lost its license at the beginning of 2014, in 2016 the financial organization was completely liquidated. It is remarkable that Gleb Fetisov managed to sell his share before the liquidation of the bank. After that, the charge of fraud was brought to him, in February 2016 Fetisov was placed under arrest.
In early November 2017, Basmanny Court of Moscow has satisfied the motion brought by the Main Investigations Directorate in the City of Moscow of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation (ICR) and remanded Aleksander Shukyurov, Director of the Capital Renovation Directorate State Budgetary Institution of Moscow, in custody. The head of the institution subordinate to the Department of Capital Renovation of the City of Moscow that had acted as the client in tenders worth dozens of billions of rubles is suspected of swindling on an especially large scale.