NABU Head: 'No suspected in investigation on UAH 12 bln illegal credits to 7 banks by NBU'
- 15.07.2016, 09:48,
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Head of the National Anti-Corruption Bureau of Ukraine (NABU) Artem Sytnyk has said that there are no suspects in the investigation on an illegal provision of UAH 12 billion refinancing credits to seven banks in 2014-2015.
"There are no suspects," he told reporters in Kyiv on Wednesday after a meeting of the parliamentary committee for human rights, national minorities, and international relations.
Bank documents will be seized as part of the case, he said.
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"We are investigating a case linked to the withdrawal of our funds via foreign banks to offshore [banks]. The money was provided to banks for refinancing," he said.
Early June 2016 Nashi Groshi publication reported that NABU is suspecting officials of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) in the unlawful provision of refinancing loans to seven banks in 2014-2015, which resulted in UAH 12 billion being embezzled.