The Central Bank has revealed a shortage in the Moscow branch of Bank “Krylovskiy” 7.3 billion rubles
The temporary administration found the shortage of cash in cash desks of the departments of the Moscow branch of Bank “Krylovskiy”, previously lost their licenses, for a total amount of 7.3 billion rubles, the regulator reported on Monday.
The Bank of Russia revoked the license of the Bank since August 2. According to the Central Bank, in 2017 the credit institution pursued an aggressive policy of attracting funds of physical persons and deposits were the Foundation of its resource base.The case was initiated on the fact of falsification of documents of the Bank “Krylovskiy”
“Temporary administration on management of Bank “Krylovskiy”… on the basis of an analysis transferred from the former management and owners of financial statements the Bank has determined that, in anticipation of the revocation of the license of the Bank’s balance sheet reflected a shortage of cash in cash desks of the Moscow offices of the branch for a total amount of 7.3 billion rubles”, – stated in the message.
In addition, the interim administration has identified a number of transactions performed by the Bank with bills of exchange and securities that do not have economic sense and aimed at withdrawal of assets from “Krylov”.
Temporary administration evaluates the Bank’s assets at 700 million rubles, and liabilities – at 8.7 billion rubles. Thus, the “hole” in the Bank’s equity amounts to 8 billion rubles. Information about the former managers and owners of the Bank financial transactions that have signs of crimes, was sent by the controller to the Prosecutor General of the Russian Federation, Ministry of internal Affairs and SKR.“Hole” in the Bank “Krylovskiy” amounted to 8 billion rubles
In early September, Russia’s Investigative Committee announced the criminal case of falsification of financial documents of the Bank. According to investigators, the size of the discrepancies between accounting and the actual cash balance cash and documents exceeded 6.1 billion rubles.