As a result of actions of the criminal organization Privat was brought to insolvency.
Prosecutors have sought access to documents of PrivatBank in the case of bankruptcy.
This is stated in the decision of the Pechersk district court of July 13, 2017.
As stated in the decision, the General Prosecutor’s office requested access to the documents that constitute the banking secrecy on Bank accounts Bank in respect of legal persons. the List of entities whose accounts will be checked, given in the court order.
As already mentioned, NV Business, management on investigation of especially important cases of the GPU carries out pre-trial investigation on the fact of creation of criminal organizations. Also investigated the actions of officials of the Bank, who led the organization with the aim of taking over the 2008-2016 years of funds in a Bank in especially large sizes. As stated in the document, the scheme had attracted the owners and leaders of a number of business entities, as well as representatives of the ultimate owners of a number of foreign companies that are associated persons of the banks.
As previously reported, Chairman of the Board Oleksandr Shlapak, we are talking about loans 36 companies in the amount of 133 billion UAH, which were issued in October-November 2016, and which was repaid loans 193 other borrowers of the Bank.
Rate on these loans was 10.5% per annum. While the Bank’s credit Committee has approved rate of 34% per annum. The Bank attracted funds in the national Bank at 22% individuals – 19%, legal entities under 14.2 percent.
“This is the pinnacle of the financial pyramid PrivatBank”, – said Shlapak.
As stated in the court order, the actions of a criminal organization Privat was brought to insolvency. That is related to the Bank person has committed the actions that led to the Bank becoming insolvent. Criminal proceedings are also opened on the fact of falsification of former officials of PrivatBank financial documents and reporting, concealment of insolvency of the financial institution.
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