Investigation into ex-banker charged with document forgery completed
MOSCOW, May 4 (RAPSI) – Investigators have completed probe into ex-board chair of Russian Financial Alliance Bank Irina Sidorova charged with falsification of documents, the Investigative Committee’s press service reports Friday.
The case against Sidorova has been forwarded to prosecutors for approval of indictment, the statement reads.
According to investigation, in the fall of 2016, Sidorova submitted the bank’s reports containing deliberate misrepresentations to the Central Bank of Russia.
In February 2017, the Moscow Commercial Court declared Russian Financial Alliance Bank bankrupt.
Moreover, in 2012, a criminal case was opened over embezzlement of more than 90% of the bank’s stock.