A criminal case against the Chairman of the Board of Tatfondbank
According to investigators, employees of Tatfondbank with the purpose of obtaining credit provided to the Bank fictitious information about the availability of highly liquid assets and then assigned the 3 billion rubles of the loan.
Moscow. 3 Mar. INTERFAX.RU — a criminal case against the Chairman of the Board of Tatfondbank, Deputy of the Tatarstan state Council Robert Musin, told the Investigative Department of the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation across Tatarstan on Friday.
52-year-old Robert Musin is suspected in “Fraud committed in especially large size” (part 4 of article 159 of the criminal code)
Earlier Friday, the Bank of Russia has revoked the licenses of ANKOR Bank, Tatfondbank and his partner, Interbanca.
According to investigators, in August 2016 staff Tatfondbank “for the purpose of obtaining credit and the subsequent theft of funds provided to the Central Bank of Russia fictitious information about the availability of highly liquid assets, the secured credit agreements with other joint-stock companies”.
Subsequently received credit funds in the amount of more than 3 billion rubles were transferred to settlement accounts of affiliated organizations of JSC “Tatfondbank”.
Earlier, the Minister of economy of Tatarstan Artyom zdunov said that the Central Bank’s decision to revoke the licenses of Tatfondbank was a surprise for the authorities.
Tatfondbank for the first three quarters of 2016 has occupied 43-e a place in terms of assets in ranking “Interfax-100” prepared “Interfax-TSEA”. Bank at that time occupied the 124th place. ANKOR Bank by the end of 2016 took 227 th place ranking.
The largest shareholder of Tatfondbank is Tatarstan (directly and indirectly controls 45%). The second largest stake is owned by the ex-Minister of Finance of the Republic of Tatarstan Robert Musin.