State Bureau of Investigation of Ukraine has announced former parliamentarian and ex-owner of the bank Finance and Credit Konstantyn Zhevaho wanted. The head of State Bureau of Investigation Roman Truba stated this, as Ukrainian News reports.
“Zhevaho is declared wanted,” Truba said.
According to him, measures are being taken to put him on interstate wanted list.
Steps are taken to arrest him.
As it was reported, on September 17, 2015, the National Bank of Ukraine made a decision to deem the bank Finance and Credit insolvent. At the time of making this decision, Konstantyn Zhevaho was the bank's shareholder, who indirectly owned a stake of 97.67% shares.
Earlier, the National Anti-Corruption Bureau requested of Interpol to put on the international wanted list and detain the former chairman of Ukraine's Energy and Utilities the National Regulatory Commission Dmytro Vovk.