If we take all the investments of Aivaras Abromavicius in Ukrainian enterprises, then all the investments that he made ended in bankruptcy, stressed the People’s Deputy of BP Alexander Dubinsky.
People’s Deputy of Ukraine Alexander Dubinsky reminded Aivaras Abromavicius of the General Director of Ukroboronprom about his investment past. “In fact, the black banker was chosen as the general director of Ukroboronprom,” the Lithuanian publication lrytas.lt conveys the words of Dubinsky. “If you take all Abromavicius investments in Ukrainian enterprises, then all the investments he made ended in bankruptcy. Nadra Bank is bankrupt. «Platinum Bank» — bankrupt. Pivdenny is bankrupt. This is not a business. This is a vulture. Enter the capital, gain access to the management system, see what kind of assets, put a bank or participate in putting it in, and then plunder the assets, ”said the deputy head of the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Finance, Tax and Customs Policy, Alexander Dubinsky .
The deputy recalled that the same bankrupt bank trail stretches for the former Minister Abromavicius in Russia. The people’s representative drew attention to the fact that a number of Russian banks in which East Capital holding invested are today either problematic or bankrupt. FIA bank was registered in the city of Tolyatti, Russia. Abromavicius and his business partners controlled 17.45% of the capital in the bank. In 2016, the bank was declared bankrupt. According to the regulator, the FIA bank capital adequacy ratios fell below 2%, and the equity capital fell below the minimum authorized capital at the date of state registration of the credit institution. Such trends are indicated by a few more examples. For example, Akibank is headquartered in Naberezhnye Chelny, the Republic of Tatarstan, where East Capital also owns a 17.92% stake. The bank speculated with regulatory reserves, “washed out” funds from the leasing company in order to repay loans of other troubled borrowers of “Akibank”. There was also a falsification of financial statements and the financial condition of the bank. East Capital also owned shares in the Asia-Pacific Bank, which was sanitized by the regulator of Probusinessbank, which was deprived of a license.