Head of Renova's Saratov office caught bribing FSB officer
Head of EnergosbyT Plus Saratov branch office, an affiliate of Renova, came under investigation when trying to give a bribe of 300 thousand rubles to an FSB officer.
A criminal case has been initiated against the director of EnergosbyT Plus Saratov branch office, part of Renova Group. The top manager is accused of an attempt to give a bribe of 300 thousand rubles to an employee of the regional FSB.
"Without knowing his car was being followed, the head of EnergosbyT Plus's branch attempted to give 300 thousand rubles to a security officer, but was detained by law enforcement agencies," a message of ICR’s press service says.
According to preliminary information, the company's director had asked to withdraw a number of documents from the materials of an inquiry into corruption-related offenses previously committed by him and contribute to cancellation of further checks.
The detainee's name is not specified; however, there is a message on the site of EnergosbyT Plus's Saratov branch, according to which director Aleksandr Fedorov has been dismissed due to "extortion of funds from commercial structures (EnergosbyT Plus's counterparties) for personal gain."
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