Russia’s investigative Committee is investigating a criminal case against the owner deprived of a license of non-state pension Fund (NPF) “Blagovest” Sergei Shahman. He is accused of stealing more than 1.3 billion rubles of pension savings. According to investigators, shortly before the elimination of the money was withdrawn Sajmonom on account of one-day firms and has, according to the newspaper “Kommersant”.

A criminal case under part 4 of article 159 of the criminal code (“Fraud in especially large size”) was filed, GSU SKR across Moscow about a year after NPF “Blagovest” was revoked license. The decision of the Central Bank said that it happened because of violations of Fund legislation in part of investing pension accruals, and also due to the fact that the NPF did not comply with regulator’s prescriptions and did not provide information about yourself.

At that time, the assets of “evangelism” and amounted to 4.2 billion rubles, while the share of pension savings in the Fund accounted for about 3 billion rubles, said in the article. As at 3 December 2015, the liabilities of NPF “Blagovest” in payment for life assigned to non-state pensions to almost 4 thousand depositors was about 370 million rubles.

According to the investigation, 100% of the shares of the Fund owned by the Moscow OOO “Orianna ST”, owned by Sergey shahman. According to investigators, he spent machinations are placed in the Fund of pension savings. According to the investigation, this was done through the UK “Sadko-Finans” that “evangelism” was a contract of trust management.

As suggested in the TFR, “by concluding a fictitious civil-law transactions with securities”, the value of which does not exceed 5 million rubles, Sajmonom the NPF “Blagovest” was stolen more than 1,3 billion rubles.

Kommersant: the owner of the pension Fund “Blagovest” is accused of the theft of 1.3 billion rubles 18.11.2016

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