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The IBSP Depositors Committee

The amount of the claim, which will be answered by the bankers, is 12.2 billion rubles.

The DIA plans to attract the owners and top management of the International Bank of St. Petersburg( IBSP), which had its license revoked in 2018, according to the telegram channel "Truba pod Neglinnaya".

According to the channel, among the defendants in the claim for 12.2 billion rubles are the former owner of the bank and chairman of the Management Board Sergey Bazhanov, ex — members of the management Board Maxim Anishchenkov and Tatyana Berezhanskaya, as well as former members of the Board of directors Tatyana Bazhanova and Alexander Zuev.

IBSP had its license revoked in October 2018. The Central Bank has identified a "hole" in the bank's balance sheet of 15.5 billion rubles. Then, in 2018, the reason given for the deplorable state of affairs in the bank by the Central Bank of the Russian Federation was "the use of a risky business model", because of which "a significant amount of problem assets" was formed on the balance sheet of the credit institution, which led to "a complete loss of the bank's own funds". In 2019, the bank was declared bankrupt.

In December last year, the Investigative Committee for the North-West opened a criminal case against the president and owner of IBSP Sergey Bazhanov on the falsification of financial statements. He was charged in January 2021 in absentia, as the ex-banker is abroad.

Earlier, Novy Prospekt reported that Sergey Bazhanov and Tatiana Bazhanova were reinstated on the register of creditors of the first stage of their bank through the court and demand the return of almost 1 billion rubles to them as individual depositors.

Source Nevsky Prospekt