Nguyen Thi Kim Xuyen (60 years, Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Dong A Bank) with Tran Phuong Binh (59 years, former CEO of Dong A Bank) and Phan Van Anh Vu (43 years)) and an associate related to the East Asian bank on 27 November brought to court.
Nguyen Thi Kim Xuyen before arrest.
During the rehearsal, Mrs. Xuyen turned out to be very tired and cheerful because many people spun around her. Especially her hair was white in color. Former Deputy CEO of Dong A Bank went to court
According to Tran Phuong Binh, who acted as CEO and vice chairman of Dong A Bank, he charged other accused persons of committing crimes. "Misuse of position and powers to seize" with more than 2 057 billion; "It deliberately acts in violation of government regulations on the economy", causing damage of more than 1.551 billion GNI. The total damage caused by Mr. Binh and his associates in Dong A was more than 3,608 trillion dongs.
Nguyen Thi Kim Xuyen in court.
In this case, Nguyen Thi Kim Xuyen, former Deputy Chief Executive Officer of Dong A Bank, was investigated for two cases of "misuse of confidence in property appropriation" and "intentional violation of government regulations." Economic management has serious consequences.
Defendant Nguyen Thi Kim Xuyen appeared in court with scratched face and faded hair.
Ms. Xuyen used Sao Viet Company Limited, Ninh Thinh Company Limited and 5 individuals to buy $ 462 billion from Dong A for Binh to buy the shares of this bank. Mr Binh then ordered his subordinates to spend more than 475 billion GNI to settle these loans, leaving the fund to go over 10 billion GNI.
In addition, Ms. Xuyen also earned 40 billion dong from Dong A bank in the bank to borrow 270 billion. The investigative body found that Xuyen had violated Binh's seizure of 467 billion from VND from Dong A.
Nguyen Thi Kim Xuyen and his colleagues in the process.
Former Deputy CEO of Dong A Bank was also accused of adopting a policy of illegally balancing trading accounts for gold and trading, causing DongA Bank to lose more than 1 billion GNI.
Overall, Ms. Xuyen was responsible for $ 1.5 billion of damages to Dong A Bank.
Before the arrest, Nguyen Thi Kim Xuyen was a "famous" career and spent many years as Deputy CEO of Dong A Bank.
This woman is the third figure in the Bank of East Asia post suspended after Tran Phuong Binh and Nguyen Thi Ngoc Van, former Deputy CEO DongA Bank (both being prosecuted C46, was arrested on December 10, 2016 twice for "deliberate violation of state regulations on economic management that caused serious consequences "and" breach of lending regulations in the operation of the credit institution groups ").
From left: Tran Phuong Binh, Nguyen Thi Ngoc Van and Nguyen Thi Kim Xuyen. Source: DongA Bank Annual Report for 2012
Ms. Xuyen, b. 1958, studied economic masters, and from 1995 to 1996 she became head of Supply-Visan Company.
Ms. Xuyen is Deputy CEO of Dong A Commercial Joint Stock Bank and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Dong A Securities Joint Stock Company (DAS).
Ms. Xuyen was suspended from office. During her work, Ms. Xuyen took advantage of her position, subordinate to the settlement of many loans to get money from the bank. In addition, she borrowed the wrong purpose, misplaced many processes.
Prior to 25 August 2015, Ms. Xuyen also decided to give up the position of the chairman of Dong A Bank Securities Company.
Ms Xuyen was arrested by the Crime Investigation Unit in the area of economic and corruption criminality (C46), the Ministry of Public Security issued a decision to prosecute the accused arrested in connection with a serious transfer. in Dong A Bank.
In addition, three assistants were assisted in helping Xuyen to harm the Dong A Commercial Joint Stock Bank, including Nguyen Duc Tai (49-year-old Phu Nhuan District) Director of East Asia Commercial Commercial Bank; Nguyen Van Thuan (58 years old, District 2 resident, former Deputy Director of Dong A Commercial Joint Stock Bank); Tran Hung (56 years old, living in the district of Phu Nhuan, former Treasurer of East Asia Commercial Bank). 3, the defendant was accused of "deliberate violation of government regulations that had serious consequences".
By: Hanh Nguyen