"Ukrgazbank" admitted that broke, but not the law

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"Ukrgazbank" didn't break the law when using means of refinancing.

It was declared by the head of board of "Ukrgazbank" Alexander Morozov in interview to "A mirror of week".

So he commented on the statement of the prime minister Yulia Timoshenko for bank abuses when using means of refinancing.

Earlier the prime minister declared that the refinancing provided to "Ukrgazbank" of 1 billion hryvnias was transferred to small private bank.

According to Morozov, it is a question of money which were on a corresponding account and, in fact, "Ukrgazbank" didn't leave.

"This money didn't leave on the offshore, they remain in bank. Such situation arose because a number of the credits from "Ukrgazbank" portfolio for optimization in which shareholders for the purpose of its sale were engaged, and then for the purpose of receiving refinancing from National Bank" was transferred to Ipobank, - he explained.

The head of "Ukrgazbank" noted that violation took place, but it was far not such serious, as in other banks out of which money was really brought.

"Each bank can have money on the corresponding account in other bank. Requirements of NBU which it exposes at refinancing allocation were violated. But it not violations of the law and not theft", - was emphasized by him.


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