Ex-owner of PrivatBank Kolomoisky outraged with accusations of systemic frauds
One of the former owners of PrivatBank (Kyiv) – Ihor Kolomoisky – has been extremely outraged with statements of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU) about systemic frauds in the financial institution before it was nationalized.
"Delirium, which there is no point in commenting on," he told TSN.ua news service on Tuesday.
At the same time, Kolomoisky noted reproach from the NBU that the former management of the bank worked in the interests of the shareholder.
"And in whose interests they had to work - in the interests of Poroshenko [the president of Ukraine Petro Poroshenko] or Gontareva with Rozhkova [NBU Head Valeriya Gontareva and her deputy Kateryna Rozhkova]," Kolomoisky said.
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