Prosecutor’s Office filed 200 claims in court in interests of Tatfondbank’s investors
It is noted that the court has already admitted 127 claims to examination.
The Prosecutor's Office of Tatarstan filed 200 claims to court for protection of rights of the investors of Tatfondbank, injured with money transfer from accounts in trust management of TFB-Finance investment company and incapable to protect their rights independently, it is told in the message of supervising department.
As it is noted in prosecutor's office, 127 claims are already admitted to examination by court and appointed to consideration.
Earlier it was reported that the court in Kazan satisfied claims of prosecutors for the benefit of four local investors of Tatfondbank.
Besides, the court arrested former head of Tatfondbank Robert Musin. He is incriminated especially large swindle (Art. 159 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation) – embezzlement through Tatfondbank at the Central Bank of 3,1 billion rubles by means of loan. Shareholder of Tatfondbank and CEO of LLC Novaya neftekhimiya Ramil Safin, and also head of Royal Taym Group Elena Leushina were detained under legal investigation of swindle. Prime minister of Tatarstan Ildar Halikov retired against the background of scandal.
The central bank revoked license of Tatfondbank on March 3, 2017. According to the Central Bank, as of February 1, 2017 the 'hole' in balance of bank made about 96,7 billion rubles, before introduction of temporary administration it size was estimated at 43 billion rubles.
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