DIA found in Probusinessbank the hole by almost 70 billion rubles.

The Agency on insurance of contributions (ASV) has revealed the loss of 69.8 bn in the inventory of the property of a bankrupt Probusinessbank. This was reported on the website of the DIA.

According to the report, the main share of short — settlements on brokerage operations with securities, unconfirmed by the debtors in connection with the write-off of accounts Probusinessbank securities for the Bank’s obligations to third parties, in the total amount of 34.6 billion rubles. Also the hole got balances of derivative financial instruments, reflecting the future potential benefit of the credit institution (exchange difference) in the amount of 24.3 billion rubles, and the balances pending foreign exchange payments in the amount of RUB 6.8 bn.

“Shortage connected with absence of documents confirming the transactions, as well as a reflection of the Bank’s balance sheet operations without their actual execution,” according to DIA.

The results of the inventory of property are inconclusive, the process is not yet complete.

The Central Bank deprived of the license Probusinessbank in August 2015 and in October 2015, the credit institution was declared bankrupt. When checking the financial condition of the Bank, the regulator has identified a large-scale operation on withdrawal of Bank’s assets, the damage from the actions of the Bank management of the Central Bank were valued at more than 34 billion rubles.

In February 2016 former top-managers of Probusinessbank was arrested on charges of embezzlement of 2.5 billion rubles for the Defendants in the criminal case are former Vice-President of the credit organization Vyacheslav Kazantsev, Deputy Chairman of the Board Alexander Lomov, head of corporate Finance Nikolai Alekseev and seven associates.

According to investigators, from September 2014 to July 2015, participants of criminal group have stolen from Probusinessbank 2.5 bln through the issuance of non-performing loans businesses.

Later, the newspaper “Kommersant” reported that former leaders of the Bank can bring new charges, in particular deliberate bankruptcy. According to the publication, none of those arrested pleaded not guilty. The newspaper’s source close to the investigation, suggested that the new case will be initiated after the completion of the court according to the materials of the ongoing investigation.