In the Bank “Peresvet”, which is the majority shareholder of the Russian Orthodox Church, kept their savings the Russian Olympians, found Forbes.
As told to journalists a source in the Bank, “Peresvet” before, money was the Olympic champion on art gymnastics Alina Kabaeva, a boxer-heavyweight Alexander Povetkin, volleyball players Ekaterina Gamova.
In addition, according to the interlocutor of the edition, customers “Peresvet” also were winners of the Olympics 2000, 2004 and 2008 – swimmers Elena Azarova, Elvira Hasyanova, Olga Brusnikina, javelin thrower of a hammer Olga Kuzenkova, boxer Gaidarbek of Gaydarbekov, pyatibrat Andrei Moiseev and the Greco-Roman style of Hasan Baroev.
However, the article States that to receive confirmation of this information failed. The representative of Povetkin could neither confirm nor deny the request. Gamow reported that they never used the services of the Bank. Contact Kabaeva log has failed. The Olympic Committee (ROC) Forbes did not answer, cooperated with the organization “Peresvet” and whether the Russian Olympians kept its accounts to the money.
Problems in the Bank “Peresvet” began in mid-October. Then, the Bank of Russia has appointed a provisional administration to manage the Bank for a period of six months. For the period of activity of the provisional administration powers of Executive bodies of the Bank “Peresvet” was suspended. In addition, the CBR has imposed a moratorium on satisfaction of creditors ‘ claims.
The Bank occupies 41st place by assets in the Russian banking system, he serves and lends to government agencies, commercial enterprises, small and medium businesses.
According to press reports, the largest shareholder of the Bank is “Financial and economic management of the Russian Orthodox Church (Moscow Patriarchate)”. The second largest shareholder (24,4%) – JSC “Expocentre”, belonging to the chamber of Commerce of Russia. Another 13.2% of the shares of the Bank are OOO “Promotion”, which is 100% owned by ROC. Another company of the same name, owned by the head of the Bank Alexander Shvets, controls another 12.4%. Russians Viktor Litakovo and Lydia makeevoy owns 5% and 4.5%, respectively. “OOO “Vnukovo-invest” owns 1.7 percent of the Bank, another 2.4% of the shares are in the hands of minority shareholders.
ROC said earlier that is not related to the troubled Bank, and asked not to call his Church.
A decision on reorganization of the Bank or the revocation of his license is still pending. Earlier media reported that the regulator is discussing with major lenders “Relight” their participation in the reorganization of the Bank through bail-in.