Businessman Oleg Tinkov accused of hiding $1 billion

The United States accused the Russian businessman, the founder of Tinkoff Bank, Oleg Tinkov in hiding $1 billion in case of refusal from citizenship in 2013. It is reported by the U.S. Department of justice.

Entrepreneur has provided false data about assets. He faces up to six years in prison on two counts.

“The founder of a Russian Bank was arrested last week in London in connection with the charges of filing false tax returns…. Apparently, he hid assets and income in the amount of $1 billion when he renounced us citizenship”,— is spoken in the message of Ministry of justice.

We will remind that the Russian businessman accused of tax fraud. Indictment transferred to Federal court for the Northern district of California in September 2019.

As we reported earlier, Oleg Tinkov’s bail conditions handed to British police by Russian and Cypriot passport, and a document of residency in Italy


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