The seized property who is accused of embezzling manual “DS-Bank”


Moscow. July 7. INTERFAX.RU – Top managers “DS-Bank”, a suspect in the embezzlement of 585 million rubles, charged with, reported “Interfax” on Friday in the press service of the Investigative Committee (SKR).

“For Commission of embezzlement as accused under article 160 of the RF criminal code (embezzlement) involved: acting Chairman of Board of CB “DS-Bank” Igor Sinyugin, the Bank’s President Fedor Cyrulnik, head of lending Alexander Vdovin and unemployed Andrey Kuznetsov and Vitaly Vergasov involved in the finding of one-day firms”, – said the press service.

In RCDS noted that Sinohin, Vdovin and Kuznetsov was arrested, and the investigation at the request of the court it elected a measure of restraint in form of detention. Cyrulnik and Vergasov wanted. To set the property of the accused and the accounts of organizations – recipients of stolen money seized.

According to investigators, in late April 2016, the members of the organized group, which included supervising KB “DS-Bank” entity and its executives, knowing about the assumptions in the conduct of banking violations forthcoming revocation of the license, transferred to the accounts of seven one-day firms 585 mln., that is, all funds that were in the correspondent account CB “DS-Bank”. The transfer of money was issued under the guise of granting loans, which in fact fictitious and non-refundable in nature. The license of the “DS-Bank” was revoked by the Central Bank of the Russian Federation in may 2016.

“Irrevocably credited to the members of the organized group transferred to the accounts of more than 25 different organizations in other banks. At the same time for a few days before committing the theft, the partners ceased to fulfill client payments under the pretext of technical problems in the system of remote banking services. Further they damaged the servers with the automated banking system, taken from the Bank customer and credit files and other documents and office equipment”, – reported in a press-service.

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