FAS will issue a warning of “Alfa Capital” because of the discrediting of the competitor banks


MOSCOW, August 17. /TASS/. The Federal Antimonopoly service (FAS) of Russia will issue a warning of “Alfa Capital” because of the discrediting of the competitor banks. To avoid initiation of proceedings and penalties the company should withdraw the letter about the financial condition of some banks. TASS said the Deputy head of FAS Andrey Kashevarov.

“We received a letter from the Central Bank’s actions “Alfa Capital”, this letter is enough for us to prepare and issue a warning. Here show signs discrediting,” he said.

According to Kashevarova, the company should withdraw the letter, which warned clients about the risks of the Bank “Discovery” of the Bank, Promsvyazbank and ICD. “If “Alfa Capital” will carry out a warning, the case will not be instituted. If not fulfilled, we will prosecute,” said Cook.

“If “Alfa Capital” will carry out a warning, the case will not be instituted. If not fulfilled, we will prosecute,” said Cook.

Earlier it became known about the letter sent to an employee of “Alfa Capital”, where customers were warned about the presence of risks in the Bank “Discovery” of the Bank, Promsvyazbank and ICD. The letter stated that the situation of these banks “may be resolved this fall, and not after the presidential elections in 2018, as many think”. According to the letter, at risk in the first place are the issues of subordinated bonds of banks, which in the case of renovation can be completely written off. The employee of “Alfa Capital” also encouraged the customers of these banks to transfer the assets to a more reliable participants in the banking system of the Russian Federation.

Then representatives of the “Alfa Capital” and alpha Bank said that the letter reflects the personal opinion of the employee, and intend to continue to work with the above banks.

FAS on 16 August, without waiting for the circulation of the Central Bank, based on the media reports asked the company “Alfa Capital” information on the distribution of the letter. The company had to provide information up to 21 August.

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