Supreme Anti-Corruption Court refuses to arrest Raiffeisen Bank Aval’s Chairman of Board

Source : 112 Ukraine

Pysaruk has to put down a deposit in the amount of 206,976 dollars
12:45, 15 November 2019

Supreme Anti-Corruption Court of Ukraine has refused to arrest Oleksandr Pysaruk, the Chairman of the Board of Raiffeisen Bank Aval. This information became public after the court's decision was announced.

The court ordered Pysaruk to put down a deposit in the amount of 206,976 dollars. The Chairman of the Board is obliged to do it within 5 days.

Pysaruk is also obligated to hand in his passport for traveling abroad and to wear an electronic bracelet.

Related: Billion Matter: Detention of Raiffeisen Bank Aval CEO and involvement of Gontareva

As we reported earlier, on the evening of November 11, it became known that the National Anti-Corruption Bureau detained seven people, former and current officials of the National Bank of Ukraine, VAB Bank PJSC and private companies tied to the final beneficiaries of this bank. Among the detainees is Gontareva's former First Deputy, and Chairman of the Board of Raiffeisen Bank Aval, Oleksandr Pysaruk.

Ex-People's Deputy Serhiy Leshchenko informed that Pysaruk is figurant in the case on embezzling the refinancing of 48.9 million dollars allocated to one of the banks of agrarian oligarch Oleh Bakhmatyuk - VAB Bank PJSC. According to him, Bakhmatyuk maвe a down payment less than the amount needed to obtain a loan of 48.9 million dollars from the National Bank, after which the money was withdrawn from the bank and Bakhmatyuk fled from Ukraine.

Related: Member of National Bank’s Board put under house arrest

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