Working in the Crimea the Yakut bank suspended work

Another Russian bank that started work in the Crimea was in the zone of financial collapse.
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Most of the offices of the Yakut Bank "Taatta" stopped working, only the head office in Yakutsk is open, the "Yakutia 24" TV channel reports. The bank's clients informed the channel's correspondent that on the morning of July 3 they received a message via the WhatsApp messenger about the possible closure of "Taatt" in connection with the revocation of his license, but could not withdraw money from the deposits. According to clients, at a time they are allowed to withdraw not more than 30 thousand rubles.

"Payments do not work, all the bank's management is absent, employees do not know any information, they say that the shareholders ran away with cash," Arthur, the bank's client from Yakutia, told RBC.

Information about the lack of managers confirmed to the portal one of the employees of the bank. "Some leadership left, some are in Moscow, so there are no leaders in Yakutsk," he said, refusing to comment further.

SakhaNews portal reports that the clients of "Taatta" lost their online access to their accounts - "instead of these bank accounts on computer screens and smartphones - one zeros."

The source of "Yakutia 24", familiar with the situation, said that there is a probability of the bank closing due to bankruptcy.

Bank "Taatta" is a regional bank that occupies the 220th place in the banking system of Russia in terms of assets (according to the portal). The bank was established in 1990, and since December 2004 it has been a deposit insurance system. The head office of the bank is located in Yakutsk, in addition, the bank has branches, operating and credit and cash offices in Moscow, Vladivostok, Abakan, Krasnoyarsk and other cities of the region, Rostov-on-Don, and also in Crimea - Simferopol, Sevastopol and Yalta.

According to the Central Bank, the main shareholders of the bank "Taatta" are several individuals, each of which owns 8-9% of the shares. The head of the board of "Taatta" Dmitry Solovyov owns 8.03% of shares.