Interpol puts former Bank of Moscow head on dangerous criminals list


The Bank of Moscow case investigation continues

The Interior Ministry's investigative department opened a case against former Bank of Moscow head Andrei Borodin and his deputy Dmitry Akulinin in late 2010. Both are alleged to have defrauded the Moscow government of 12.76 billion rubles ($418.4 million) via a loan issued by the bank to the Premier Estate company. Both men face up to 10 years in prison.

17:42 15/08/2012 The Interpol General Secretariat has issued a red notice for former Bank of Moscow head Andrei Borodin, stating that he is suspected of committing a grave crime. A red notice means that the organization's member states may undertake any legal measures to detain or arrest the individual in question. More »
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