Vneshprombank (VPB) is a Russian commercial bank, which stopped its activities on January 21, 2016 in connection with the revocation of the license by the Central Bank of the Russian Federation.
The bank had the 40th place in terms of assets in the Intefax-100 ranking. At the time of withdrawal of the license it set a record for the excess liabilities over assets: 187.4 billion rubles; later the financial "hole" was estimated at 210.1 billion rubles.
Among the owners of the media Vneshprombank were Alexander Zurabov, brother of Mikhail Zurabov (8.2%), and Nikolay Chilingarov, the son of Artur Chilingarov. Bank customers were the largest public and private organizations in Russia, senior officials, managers and their families.
Investment company A1 offered London residents a reward for information on the assets of ex-banker George Bejamov.
Ex-co-owner of Vneshprombank Georgy Bedzhamov, declared by Russia on an international wanted list, with an English court seizing assets by $ 1.7 billion, asked the High Court of London to increase his salary from 80 to 310 thousand pounds a month.
A1 promises reward in exchange for information about foreign assets of the co-owner of Vneshprombank.
Georgy Bedzhamov, the co-owner of the collapsed Vneshprombank, will have to disclose the sources of their spending to the High Court of England and Wales.
DIA and Alfa Group are pursuing Vneshprombank co-owner George Bedzhamov.
Dishonest financiers will be prevented from leaving Russia.
Over the past 5 years, the Deposit Insurance Agency has paid about 1.4 trillion rubles. Now the system of state insurance has faced an unprecedented large payment of 170 billion rubles to depositors of Jugra Bank.
The financial center of the empire of "crypto-businessmen" the Khotins in the Russian Federation is Jugra Bank, has been wavering for months. The other day the Central Bank of the Russian Federation demanded that shareholders "add" to the bank's base capital half a billion dollars.
O1 group is left without credit and without savings.
In 2016, the agency paid nearly 570 billion rubles to the bank depositors.
A new way of confiscation of bank deposits has been invented. Now the Russian courts participate in the scheme.
Monaco refused to extradite him, and now it is up to the UK to decide.
President of Vneshprombank, Larisa Markus, pleaded guilty for embezzling 6 billion and is ready to make a deal with the investigation.
The former owner of Uralkali and eccentric billionaire Dmitry Rybolovlev, who became world famous thanks to the multi-million dollar spending on works of art (including counterfeit and fakes), does not intend to suspend the financing of Monaco FC.
Up to half of Russian banks draw up fictitious assets for themselves.
Ex-owner of Uralkali in Monaco carves up the inheritance of Bedzhamov, the fugitive head of Vneshprombank; envoy Trutnev is involved into this affair.
Now Foundation asks Prosecutor General's Office to check the employees of the Central Bank.
They can get 10% of the returned assets.
The head of Transneft Nikolay Tokarev and his clan are investing billions of stolen dollars into the western offshore companies and real estate.
While the DIA is looking for assets associated with bankrupt Vneshprombank, others get the most valuable assets first.
Valuables and documents for real estate have been seized from the trusteed of the ex-heads of the bank.
RAEX downgraded NPF Buduscheye, having found that its portfolio assets do not meet the requirements of pension legislation. The fund will have to sell these papers, which may adversely affect its capitalization.
The amount of claims to Vneshprombank reached 215 billion rubles, as estimated the DIA. In January, the bank lost its license, its co-owners Georgy Bedzhamov and Larisa Marcus were brought to custody. How the pyramid was built and why did it collapse?
That's the amount of money Transneft lost in bankrupt banks.
The bank's creditors are trying to get off-balance sheet assets of the bank.
One of the yachts belonging to the President of the Russian Federation of Bobsleigh, who fled to Monaco, could cost him $73 million
The welfare of the Orthodox Church is based not only on considerable state aid, generous donations and altrage of the flock; the Church also has its own business. However, how it spends the earned money is still a secret.
Why collapsed the bank serving the state-owned companies, state managers and officials.