Head of FGV Svetlana Rekrut will be under investigation

The Rada wants to create an investigative commission to investigate the activities of the management of the Deposit Guarantee Fund of Individuals, headed by Svetlana Rekrut

The head of the Deposit Guarantee Fund, Svetlana Rekrut, may come under the attention of the Verkhovna Rada investigative commission, Vesti reports. Yua."

It is reported that on June 17, the Verkhovna Rada Committee on Financial, Tax and Customs Policy approved a resolution on the report of the head of the NBU regarding the activities of the National Bank in parliament. Chairman of the profile committee Daniil Getmantsev told NV Business about this.

One of the paragraphs of the resolution of the Verkhovna Rada, among others, speaks of the need to create a Temporary Investigative Commission of the Verkhovna Rada of Ukraine to investigate the activities of the management of the National Bank of Ukraine and the management of the Deposit Guarantee Fund for Individuals in 2014-2019.

Thus, from July 18, 2019, Svetlana Rekrut was appointed Managing Director of the Deposit Guarantee Fund for Individuals. She has been working in the FGV since 2014, the beginning of the inspection period, which is laid down in the resolution of the Verkhovna Rada. And it was she who for the last 5 years has been dealing with the issue of removing insolvent banks from the market.

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The material reports that Rekrut in every possible way disavows the allegedly fruitless work she and her department have done and accuses businesses and personally their owners who took out loans from banks of all sins. Moreover, in 2017-2019, it was Rekrut who headed the direction of asset management and sale of property of insolvent banks, and was also involved in removing insolvent banks from the market.

However, during these years, as an investigation by Strana.Ya journalists shows, Rekrut had other concerns. For example, the regular source of income for the head of the Deposit Guarantee Fund, according to media reports, in 2016-2018 was real estate transactions using opaque schemes: sell high, declare cheap.

According to the same scheme, the author reports, operations were carried out at auctions in which her husband won and received goods for next to nothing, or cars that were not declared in the government official’s declaration.

The author writes that it is likely that the current head of the FGV acted according to such “schemes” the entire time she was involved in the assets and sale of property of insolvent banks. This supposedly now demonstrates the state of the Foundation.

According to NV Business, in a memorandum between Ukraine and the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the latter accused the Deposit Guarantee Fund of low levels of return on assets, which actually led to the bankruptcy of the Deposit Guarantee Fund.

“The large volume of payments after the liquidation of about 100 banks since 2014 and the low level of asset recovery led to the bankruptcy of the Federal Guarantee Fund,” the publication says.

During the period of work at the Fund, Svetlana Rekrut had every chance to show effectiveness, and not bring the Fund to actual bankruptcy, the author summarizes.

“But something must have gone wrong. And now the main tool for justifying poor quality work is shifting the blame onto others and an active PR campaign in the media, where the Recruit gives one interview after another with the hope of justifying himself,” the material says.

Finally, it is reported that the Temporary Investigative Commission to investigate the activities of the management of the Fund will very soon show who did what in 2014-2019

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