Shortage of $251m found at Imoneybank
The major part of the shortage is the share of organization's requirements to Finprombank.
The Deposit Insurance Agency (DIA) revealed a shortage of 9.4 billion rubles ($167m) within inventory in Imoneybank. It is noted that the major part of this sum - 8.76 billion rubles ($156m), are registered in documents of the organization as other assets, the main part of which are requirements to Finprombank.
In general, DIA notes, the hole in the capital of Imoneybank makes 14.1 billion rubles ($251m).
To recall, in September, 2016 Imoneybank temporarily limited delivery of deposits, and in October the Central Bank revoked its license. For September 1, 2016 the credit institution held 150th place in a banking system of Russia by size of assets.
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