Claims were filed for another 50 billion rubles, the total amount of claims reached 430 billion rubles. According to the DIA, 98% of the loans went to finance the business of Alexei Khotin.
SKR opened a new case against the former owner of the bank "Ugra" Alexei Khotin, charging him embezzlement for a total of 290 billion rubles. Lawyers call the record amount - it exceeds the total amount of loans issued by Ugra.
Next in line are two more suits totaling 23.3 billion rubles.
The indictment against the head of the banking department of the FSB, Kirill Cherkalin, was given by the former owner of Ugra, Alexey Khotin, who said that he had paid the officer for patronage for several years.
About 240 billion rubles were withdrawn from the bank “Ugra”, says the DIA.
FTS and Rosfinmonitoring dismember the schemes around UBR-1 Nizhnevartovsk. Tax and DIA revealed questionable transactions worth billions of rubles in the oil industry.
The investigation may recognize as fictitious the transactions of the former owner of Bank Ugra and the owner of the pharmaceutical holding Viktor Kharitonin.
The head of the Central Bank wrote about Vladimir Putin about the situation around Ugra.
Bank "Ugra" credited Khotin's business with depositors' money.
The former owner of “Ugra”, Aleksey Khotin, was accepted not in a cell, but in a fashionable residential complex.
What did the detained banker make money on and what did the Central Bank not like with "Ugra"?
The negative capital of the financial institution grew to 143 billion rubles. However, there are no claims to the former owners of the bank, Alexey and Yuri Hotin, the CBR and law enforcement agencies do not. Hotins managed to withdraw their assets from Ugra in advance.
The court confirmed the legality of the decision to revoke the license from the bank Yugra.
In the summer, on his balance sheet, he started oil assets and real estate. But the Central Bank of Russia still deprived the "Yugra" license.
The cleanup of the banking sector has reached the largest banks, and the reorganization of FC Otkritie, Binbank and Promsvyazbank is just the beginning.
Ugra Bank attracted more than 166 billion rubles from individuals as of mid-2016. Simultaneously, the bank issued credits for 154 billion rubles (almost all depositors' funds) of loans in foreign currency for a period exceeding 3 years.
What fate awaits Ugra Bank?
Like many other businessmen, they built their empire on credit money.
Businessmen Yuri and Alexey Khotin, father and son, have so far been known as the kings of the Moscow real estate. Now they are interested in oil.