In the United States the banker to Tinkoff faces 6 years in prison for concealing assets of $ 1 billion
AGN Moscow / Kirill Zykov the U.S. Department of justice announced that the Russian banker Oleg to Tinkoff for the charges he faces two charges a total of up to six years in prison
the U.S. Department of justice announced that the Russian banker Oleg to Tinkoff for the charges he faces two charges a total of up to six years in prison. United States authorities accuse the Russians of tax evasion and concealment of true income in the amount of one billion dollars.
Received the 1996 American citizenship Tinkoff in 2013 on his own initiative had left him. 25 Oct 2013 attributable to Tinkoff TCS company conducted an initial public offering on the London stock exchange, reports TASS. By 27 October 2013 the total assets, which Tinkov owned through TCS and structure, registered in the British virgin Islands, was evaluatedis in excess of $ 1 billion.
According to American laws at the exit from the US citizenship he had to pay tax on this amount, since the state was sold at market price. Tinkov indicated that his annual income at that time amounted to 205 thousand dollars by hiding the true profit from a stock of 1 billion dollars, reports “Interfax”.
the Second charge relates to the financial statements for the five years prior to renunciation of citizenship, where Tinkov indicated their state in the amount of 300 thousand dollars.
Indictment transferred to Federal court for the Northern district of California in September 2019. For each of the charges he faces three years in prison.
claims to Tinkoff to Oleg by the American authorities became aware in late February. After that, a warrant was issued for his arrest. The businessman posted bail in the amount of 20 million pounds (about $ 36 million) and is now in London under strict supervision. His movements are monitored electronically. The court also ordered the owner to hand over Russian and Cypriot passport and the document on residence of Italy, writes “Kommersant”.