The interior Ministry opened a case on the theft of 2 billion rubles from investors of Mortransbunker

Investigative Department of the UVD for South-East district of Moscow opened a criminal case on the theft of almost 2 billion rubles of funds of depositors of Mostransavto, who was stripped of his license last year. This writes in Wednesday newspaper “Kommersant”.

It opened a few days ago. The basis for its initiation were the materials of the check spent by police officers on the statement of the first Deputy of the General Director of Agency of insurance of contributions Valery Miroshnikov.

From the investigation it follows that, with the approval of the Bank’s management from 1 April 2014 it launched a multistage criminal scheme aimed “criminal enrichment” of its participants. According to law enforcement authorities the money of the depositors were displayed in the form of loans through the opened Bank accounts of a company “Promo”.

Thus, as suggested by law enforcement, for fraud reporting to the Central Bank, the attackers used the funds and the account of their clients – the Russian authors ‘ society (RAO) and the Russian Union of rights holders (RBC), the Council is headed by Nikita Mikhalkov. So, at the end of each calendar month, the Bank registered a “fictitious repayment of” debt “Promo”, translating into a day or two on account of the borrower of funds from the accounts of RAO and RSP, and then return the money to the account holder.

In these actions the result saw the theft and embezzlement of depositors ‘ funds “by a group of persons in especially large size” (part 4 of article 160 of the criminal code). The defendants in the materials of the investigation so far, we are talking about “unidentified persons”.

The Central Bank revoked the license of Mortransbunker in may last year. In November the regulator with reference to the results of the work of the provisional administration of the credit institution reported that before the revocation of the license of the Bank brought about 2 billion rubles, the Materials were sent to law enforcement agencies, reported the Central Bank.