Bank “Peresvet”, the Charter capital of which is under the control of the Russian Orthodox Church, restricted the issuance of deposits to individuals. Now clients can get your hands on no more than 100 thousand roubles, or fifteen thousand dollars.
photo: Gennady Cherkasov
In the Bank restriction connection with an agiotage which arose after the emergence of rumors about the disappearance of a top Manager of the institution, reports “Interfax” with reference to the call center organization.
At the end of last week, the media reported that the missing Chairman and the minority shareholder of “overexposure” Alexander Shvets. Later the Bank has denied this information. They said that Sweden is undergoing treatment and he is substituted by Vice-President Pavel Panasenko.
“Peresvet” also said that do not see the connection between the temporary absence of the Chairman of the Board and the Agency Fitch. It informed analysts have stated that the Bank granted loans by 12 billion rubles to companies, supposedly not leading real activity.
49.7 per cent stake in the Bank “Peresvet” are owned by the Financial and economic management of the Russian Orthodox Church (Moscow Patriarchate). “Peresvet” is in the top hundred Russian banks (44th place).