Housing Fund lost 1.78 billion rubles in Vneshprombank

Now Foundation asks Prosecutor General's Office to check the employees of the Central Bank.
Housing Reform Fund lost collapsed Vneshprombank 1.78 billion rubles. - Such information is contained in the August bulletin of the Accounting Chamber, which tested the use of the fund budget. In June 2013, St.-Petersburg Currency Exchange during the auction deposit Housing Fund has placed in Vneshprombank 3.7 billion rubles. demand of 8.5% annually, the document says. Of these, 1.9 billion rubles. Fund took in 2014 tried to return in December 2015. The rest of the fund, when Vneshprombank already experiencing the problem: On December 16, the fund demanded the return of the deposit, but the bank did not. The next day, the fund demanded Vneshprombank guide to repay up to 18 December but just on this day the Central Bank sent to the bank temporary administration and a moratorium on payments to creditors. In mid-January, the regulator revoked Vneshprombank license.

Now the fund rose to a third of all creditors and will try to return the money from the estate, but the chances are slim: Central Bank calculations, in Vneshprombank remaining assets by 36.5 billion rubles. while liabilities to 252.5 billion.

Losing money in Extrombanke, the Fund wrote to Prosecutor General Yury Chaika asking to inspect in relation to "senior officials" of the Central Bank. In the spring of treatment the Housing Fund of the violation of property rights of the corporation unlawful actions Vneshprombank was considered, said a representative of the Prosecutor General. Upon failure of proper supervisory measures in connection with the withdrawal of funds by the bank to the Central Bank was made "idea of ​​eliminating violations of the law," he said, but did not disclose details.

The representative of the Central Bank to questions "Vedomosti" about what the results of the verification, yesterday refused to answer. The representative of the Housing Fund of the comments also declined.

"It is a measure of the prosecutor's response: As a rule, the prosecutor's office requires eliminate violations and prevent them in the future. The presentation could be pointed out that the surveillance was carried out well enough and keep hardly anything more specific, "- reflects Ivan partner Tertychny Agabalyan Tertychnyi. If malfeasance, the materials would be sent to the investigating authorities, he says, have been identified.

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In 2015, the Housing Fund operated to place contracts with 14 banks, funds totaling 418.6 billion rubles. Among them, the Savings Bank, "FC Opening", Promsvyazbank, BIN, Rosselkhozbank, ICD, VTB, including "VTB 24" and the Bank of Moscow, Alfa-Bank, as well as banks' Relight "and" Ak Bars ". By January 1, 2016 was 51 billion rubles in these banks.

This is not the first loss for the Housing Fund. In November 2013 it posted 1.5 billion rubles. under 9.12% per annum in the investment bank, on 13 December the Central Bank revoked his license. As is the case with Vneshprombank, the fund tried to return the money shortly before the revocation of the license, should be a document of the Accounting Chamber. Fund demanded his deposit back on December 10, the bank has executed notice of withdrawal of funds on December 13, but the money is not transferred.

"Measures to minimize financial risks [fund] can not be found to be effective and need urgent revision", - summed up the Accounts Chamber.

After a series of losses of public funds in the collapsed banks (Social Insurance Fund lost 900 million rubles. In "Russian credit" a few hundred million rubles, he stuck to invettorgbanke and "Rosatom" and NPF "VNIIEF-Garant" keep 75 million rubles. in "AMB Bank", 16.5 billion rubles. of sanitized "Tauride" failed to return "Lenenergo", to roll over deposits for 20 years), the Government on July 1, has tightened the criteria for the selection of banks: their capital must not be less than 25 billion rubles. on March 1, 2016 (it is 44 banks), they should participate in the deposit insurance system, and be under the direct or indirect control of the State or to participate in the state program of recapitalization of banks through the OFZ (35 banks).

Central Bank considers these measures insufficient and said that he could oblige banks who want to have access to state money, lenders to disclose information on the supervisory activities regulator. The Central Bank did not respond to the question whether he has started to develop an appropriate regulatory framework.