Russian court puts ex-shareholder of Yugra Bank under house arrest
MOSCOW (Reuters) – A Russian court said on Friday it had ruled that a former shareholder of Yugra Bank should be held under house arrest until June 18.
Alexei Khotin was detained earlier on Friday on suspicion of embezzling 7.5 billion rubles ($117 million) from Yugra Bank, whose license was withdrawn by the Russian Central Bank in 2017.
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