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Hermitage Claims Russian Bankers May Have Helped With Fraud In a New York court filing, Hermitage alleges that executives of Moscow investment bank Renaissance Capital Holdings had prior knowledge of theft and tax fraud

Date: July 30, 2009
Authors: Paul Barrett and Brian Grow
QUOTE: Hermitage has alleged that it was the victim of Russian corporate raiders and corrupt government officials who cooperated to steal its assets, file bogus law suits, and reclaim $230 million in taxes previously paid by Hermitage to the Russian government. In its filing on July 28 Hermitage alleges publicly for the first time that executives of another prominent Moscow financial institution, investment bank Renaissance Capital Holdings, may have helped defraud Hermitage.

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