Head of Ukreximbank Oleksandr Grytsenko kidnapped in Kyiv, - media

According to relatives, unknown persons forced him to a black bus in front of a child with whom he was walking
18:00, 16 November 2019
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Head of Ukreximbank Oleksandr Grytsenko was kidnapped in Kyiv while walking with a child. Pryamyi reported this.

According to man's relatives, unidentified persons forced him to a black bus in front of the child with whom he was walking.

It is noted that the family has already called law enforcement agencies.

Oleksandr Grytsenko was appointed to the post of Ukreximbank chairman by the supervisory board of the financial institution on August 1, 2014. He was introduced to the team of the bank by the then head of the NBU Valeria Gontareva. He replaced Vitaly Bilous, who headed Ukreximbank since the beginning of 2013. Grytsenko received all the powers on August 15, 2014.

Earlier the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine conducted searches at Bohdan Motors Automobile Company located on Rybalskyi Island in Kyiv.

“The searches were being held within the so-called Ukreximbank case,” the source informs.

It is reported that according to the other source the searches are also held in the bank itself.

Bohdan Motors confirmed the information, explaining that such procedures are politically motivated. According to the company, the issue is about the loan restructuring.

“We repeatedly and openly talked about having taken the loan for building factories, but being in conditions of catastrophic failure of the car market, financial crisis, devaluation of hryvnia, absence of the state support and financing led to the fact that the company was not able to serve the loan and the bank made advances for us,” the press secretary of the corporation Serhiy Krasulia said.

Furthermore, the company states that the searches endanger corporate implementation of the contracts related to buses and trolleybuses supply to municipalities.

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