The Bank of Moscow case investigation continues

The Interior Ministry's investigative department opened a case against former Bank of Moscow head Andrei Borodin and his deputy Dmitry Akulinin in late 2010. Both are alleged to have defrauded the Moscow government of 12.76 billion rubles ($418.4 million) via a loan issued by the bank to the Premier Estate company. Both men face up to 10 years in prison.

Interpol puts former Bank of Moscow head on dangerous criminals list

The Interpol General Secretariat has issued a red notice for former Bank of Moscow head Andrei Borodin, stating that he is suspected of committing a grave crime. A red notice means that the organization's member states may undertake any legal measures to detain or arrest the individual in question.