The accounting chamber Board proposed to the Ministry of Finance of Russia to pay attention to the 30 billion the remainder of the property contribution to the Agency for Deposit insurance and for the upcoming income of the Fund for the protection of depositors.
MOSCOW, 1 Feb. The accounts chamber of the Russian Federation considers excess property contribution to the DIA of compensation to depositors of Ukrainian banks in the Crimea, is spoken in the message control departments.
“Given the state of the Federal budget, the accounting chamber Board proposed to the Ministry of Finance of Russia to pay attention to the 30 billion the remainder of the property contribution to the Agency for Deposit insurance and for the next receipt to the depositor protection Fund, which for the profile of its working will have to apply to the early pavlyushina goal,” reads the document published by the accounting chamber on the audit of the Fund for the protection of depositors.
Crimea became part of Russia after the referendum in March 2014. After that, Ukrainian banks refused to pay the monies were in the accounts of the Crimean citizens. The number of victims exceeded 200 thousand people. Compensation for losses of Crimeans on deposits in the range of 700 thousand rubles was undertaken by the Russian Fund of protection of depositors.
The Deposit insurance Agency in 2014 received the contribution of 60 billion rubles from the profits of the Central Bank that, according to the chamber, was reduced by 45 billion rubles of the Federal budget – by transfer of a part of profit of Bank of Russia.
Funds received from the DIA handed over to the depositor protection Fund of 28.3 billion rubles, according to the chamber, this amount could grow to 30 billion rubles. “Increased property contribution to the Agency for Deposit insurance, and three-quarters at the expense of reduction of incomes of the Federal budget. In the current economic situation such a solution is not obvious”, — stated in the auditors ‘ opinion.
According to the chamber, on October 1, 2015, the Fund’s expenses amounted to 27,9 billion roubles, including on payment of compensations to the citizens spent 26.6 billion rubles. Further payments, according to auditors, will be on a much smaller scale.
The auditors note that in the Crimea remained significant assets of Ukrainian banks that failed to fulfill obligations to depositors. “The realization of these assets could compensate part of expenses on payment of compensations to depositors of the Crimean. Currently, however, the legislation does not provide for the return of these funds to the state. They remain at the disposal of the Fund, which after the completion of compensation payments there are no functions that require such large expenditures,” noted the auditors.
The accounting chamber Board was sent information letters to the depositor protection Fund, the Ministry of Finance and the Central Bank.
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