Interpol confirmed the failure to find the former head of the Bank of Moscow

The former head of Bank of Moscow Andrey Borodin

The name Borodin in October 2015, has been removed from the search database of Interpol in accordance with the recommendation of the Commission for control of files organization, was reported by the press service of the General Secretariat of Interpol in Lyon, arrived in RBC. The information that against Borodin, a so-called notice of Interpol red corner (the requirement of immediate arrest) has been deleted from all national investigative database.

The press service of the Interpol also noted that on termination of Borodin’s international wanted list through Interpol were informed the ex-Governor of the Bank of Moscow and the Russian side. Other comments on this issue, the Interpol refused to provide.

Earlier Friday the Agency “Interfax” with reference to an informed source said that the Borodin wanted by Interpol terminated in connection with the receiving banker political asylum in the UK.

In late April, it was reported that the interior Ministry has initiated consultations with Insectarium Interpol at the resumption of the investigation, 13 people being held in Russia on criminal cases. In the report of the Prosecutor General of Russia Yuri Chaika said that we are talking in particular about Borodino.

The Tverskoy district court on may 12 arrested Borodin owned by the Park Place estate in Oxfordshire (UK). In addition, he was arrested Borodin’s apartment in Riga.

Andrey Borodin and his former Deputy Dmitry Akulinin declared Russia on the international wanted list since 2011. Borodin and Akulinin Russian investigation blames the fraud.

A criminal case against them was opened in late 2010. According to investigators, in 2008-2011 Borodin and Akulinin through lending to CJSC Premier estate stole about 13 billion rubles In 2011, Borodin and Akulinin left Russia. Then they were put on the international wanted list and arrested in absentia by a Russian court. In 2013, Borodin said that he had received political asylum in the UK. The banker considers criminal prosecution against him politically motivated.

Borodin and Akulinin were also accused of several other criminal cases. In November 2013, they were accused of laundering the proceeds of crime. According to investigators, in 2008-2011 Akulinin and Borodin brought from the correspondent account of JSC “Bank of Moscow” at least 50 billion rubles to the accounts controlled by the Cyprus companies.