Sberbank asks cbank to remove 1,200 businessmen from black lists
SOCHI, Feb 16 (PRIME) -- Russian national top lender Sberbank has asked the central bank to remove 1,200 businessmen, whose accounts are frozen on suspicion of money laundering, from black lists, Senior Vice President Anatoly Popov told PRIME on Friday.
УWe are actively working on a rehabilitation mechanism, there are so-called black lists of the central bank. We have filed a suggestion to the central bank to exclude 1,200 businessmen from these lists, because we studied activities of these businessmen and are sure that they are legal. Unfortunately, these businessmen made a number of mistakes and it is important for us to help them solve their problem with the controlling bodies and remove them from these lists,Ф Popov said.