1+1 complains about validation of the national Bank, the NBU claim that check many

 

“1+1 Media” said that the national Bank has demanded from “PrivatBank” extracts from accounts in the names of the top managers, journalists, presenters of the channel and the staff of “95 Quarter”.

About it reports “UNIAN”.

The statement of accounts and the main office, and in the Cyprus branch of “PrivatBank” demanded the Department on-site inspections of banks by the National Bank.

NBU interest Oleksandr Tkachenko, Oleksandr Dubinsky, Vladimir Zelensky, Alla Mazur, Natalia Moseychuk, Lidia Taran, Solomiya Vitvitskaya, Marichka Padalko, Ivanna Nayda and others.

This request in the media holding company is considered as “direct pressure from the top leadership of the country and attempts of political persecution on the eve of elections”.

At the same time, the national Bank reported that during the inspection of PJSC CB “PrivatBank” national Bank of Ukraine has identified a number of transactions with signs of violations.

The Ministry said that made more than 70 requests for verification of operations with signs of violations in relation to the 200 legal entities and not only to the company “1+1 Media”.

The press service reminded that according to the legislation, authorized by the national Bank shall have the right to obtain from the Bank the information, documents and copies of them, written explanations on activities of the Bank and also withdraw the copies of the documents proving violation of the law.

“In our opinion, the appearance in the public sphere only one of the queries with a focus exclusively on the representatives of media community, may indicate attempts to manipulate public opinion to put pressure on the national Bank and the impact on the investigation of fraudulent activities in PJSC CB “PrivatBank” the nationalization”, – stated in the NBU.

As you know, the media holding “1+1 Media” owned by Igor Kolomoisky. Ukraine is suing him for compensation for the losses associated with bringing the “PrivatBank” to insolvency.

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