The Basmanny District Court of the capital sentenced the former chairman of the board of directors of JSC CB Rublev Grigory Gurevich and adviser to the chairman of the board of the said bank, Sergey Shapoval, to suspended prison terms in the case of fraud on an especially large scale. This was reported to the Moscow City News Agency by the press service of the Moscow Prosecutor’s Office.
“The Basmanny District Court of Moscow issued a guilty verdict in a criminal case against the former chairman of the board of directors of JSC CB Rublev Grigory Gurevich and adviser to the chairman of the board of this bank Sergey Shapoval. They were convicted under Part 4 of Art. 159 (“Fraud committed by a group of persons by prior agreement, on an especially large scale”). Taking into account the position of the public prosecutor of the Basmanny inter-district prosecutor’s office, the court sentenced Gurevich to four years of imprisonment on probation with a trial period of three years, Shapoval – to three years of imprisonment on probation with a trial period of two years. The verdict has not entered into force, ”the press service said.
According to the case file, in 2015 Gurevich and Shapoval, together with unidentified accomplices, ensured the conclusion of a credit line agreement between JSC CB Rublev and Repair Service Technology LLC, the real head of which was Gurevich. Based on this contract, more than 99 million rubles. from the bank were transferred to the settlement account of the organization, and subsequently transferred to the account of Trans Logistics LLC controlled by Shapoval. Subsequently, JSC CB Rublev had its banking license revoked, and it was declared bankrupt.
It is noted that the criminal case against unidentified accomplices was separated into a separate proceeding.
“Kommersant”, 04/16/2023, “Laundering was deducted from theft”: The defendants and their defense categorically disagreed with the prosecution. So, Mr. Gurevich’s lawyers asked him to be acquitted on the grounds that he allegedly became a victim of Shapoval, whom he trusted too much. According to the lawyers, Mr. Shapoval himself asked for a loan to pay for his business project, and Grigory Gurevich agreed to allocate the money. When the chairman of the board of directors of the bank realized that the loan was bad and he became a victim of fraud, he himself reported the theft of 98 million rubles. to law enforcement agencies.
Sergei Shapoval, in turn, insisted that it was Grigory Gurevich who planned to steal bank funds, withdrawing millions from the institution to his companies, and he himself had nothing to do with this scam. Moreover, he did not even know that such a loan was approved by the bank’s credit committee, since he was not a member of it. The defendant also asked for an acquittal. However, the court did not believe both, but imposed a punishment much more lenient than the state prosecution had requested.
According to the operative part of the verdict, both were found guilty of fraud, and under this article of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation, the presiding judge appointed them three years of probation. Under the article on the legalization of criminal proceeds, the court acquitted both. Lawyers have not yet decided whether they will appeal the verdict. — Inset K.ru
@BlackAudit, 31.01.2023 15:58: An organized crime group was discovered to withdraw money to offshore companies in Cyprus. The first offshore is directly related to businessman Vladimir Varivoda, who receives billions in contracts from Rostelecom (Oseevsky adjusts for friendship). The second offshore leads to Grigory Gurevich, who bankrupted the Rublyov bank and for years withdrew loot from Kolvaneft, etc. The second saves his assets through the first. And thanks for the help in these same offshores. — Inset K.ru
@ruarbitr, 19.01.2023 17:50: The Moscow Arbitration Court, at the request of the DIA Group of Companies, brought the former co-owner, chairman of the board of directors of Rublev Bank Grigory Gurevich and his wife, bank shareholder Vera Artyakova, to subsidiary liability.
The preliminary amount of subsidiary liability is 7.8 billion rubles. Rublev Bank was declared bankrupt; — Inset K.ru
@nebrexnya, 03/17/2021 11:31 AM: The DIA will recover losses from the ex-heads of Rublev Bank through arbitration. We already wrote about how the beneficiary of the bank, Grigory Gurevich, was engaged in the oil business, the bank used it as its own wallet and financed its Nobel Oil at the expense of it. At some point, things went very badly for a small private oil company and she could not repay her debts to the bank. As Gurevich himself could not.
After the license was revoked in 2018, the Central Bank calculated a hole of ₽2.7 billion. Three months later, they recalculated and wept: the hole grew to ₽9.5 billion! […] Apparently, the issue was somehow resolved and only ₽2.4 billion are asked from the bank’s management, and Gurevich will have to get them from somewhere – he has been in prison for 7 months. — Inset K.ru