The ex-president of the Moscow Credit Bank was sent under house arrest on suspicion of extortion. The criminal case was opened by the police in the capital. The lawyer of the financier explained the actions of the defendant by an attempt to repay the debt.
The credit rating agency has alarmed the payment system of the Moscow Credit Bank.
The bank of Roman Avdeev and Igor Sechin painted major problems: for some reason, the financial organization stopped working Internet banking and hangs the software. The depositors have not been able to take their money from the institution for several days already.
The debt of Boris Mints corporation in the amount of 1.67 billion rubles sailed to Cyprus.
One of the largest owners of Moscow-class A-O1 Properties offices, Boris Mints, began negotiations with holders of Eurobonds for $ 350 million concerning a possible change of the company's controlling shareholder.
Cross-cutting operations in it the Central Bank estimated in tens of billions of rubles.
The opponent of the owner of the IBC can become "AlfaSurance".
The company Igor Sechin refinanced about 1 trillion rubles of short-term debt, reducing it to 2.8 trillion rubles. According to experts, the Moscow Credit Bank could take part in this scheme.
According to experts, the bank of Roman Avdeev, closely associated with Rosnef, has a good chance of getting under US sanctions.
The pharmacy chain "36.6" belonging to it closes the loss-making points.
In the "Kremlin report" of the US Treasury, there are more than 200 people: officials, heads of state companies and billionaires.
Eurobonds MKB fell in price: at the beginning of the month they traded at 95% of the cost. The business of the owner of the ICB Roman Avdeyev is becoming more and more risky every month.
Assets businessman will gradually go under arrest, and then the oligarch himself becomes bankrupt.
Banks from the "Gavrilov list" redeem their debts from the market. In the past week, this decision was practically simultaneously adopted by the Moscow Credit Bank (IBC) and Promsvyazbank (PSB). The decision to redeem the bonds was preceded by a sharp drop in the value of securities of both issuers.