MOSCOW, July 14 (RAPSI) – The “Russian Credit” bank has filed lawsuits against its debtors in courts, demanding 111.5 billion rubles ($1.7 bln) with 273 lawsuits already won and 31.1 billion rubles ($476.9 mln) recovered, press-release of the Deposit Insurance Agency reads.
On March 6, 2015 the Moscow Commercial Court declared “Russian credit” bank bankrupt. Bank’s debt exceeded its capital over 111 billion rubles ($1.7 billion).
On August 4, the Moscow Commercial Court will consider a claim filed by the BVI company Camilla Properties Limited for bankruptcy of former owner of Russian businessman Anatoly Motylev. Motylev is a former owner of several Russian banks including “Russian credit”, “M-Bank”, “AMB Bank”and “Tulsky Industrialist” and is involved in a large scale fraud criminal case.