On November 29, the Police Investigation Agency of the Ministry of Public Security (C03) served to execute the arrest warrant and execute the arrest warrant, searching for four defendants who participated in the case of "Banking and other banking activities" violations took place in the Vietnam Development Bank (BIDV).
On 22 November, based on the results of the investigation and the evidence gathered, the Police Investigation Agency under the Ministry of Public Security (CO3) issued a decision to initiate criminal proceedings against "bankruptcy and other banking activities" at BIDV Bank; On the same day, he issued a decision to prosecute the defendant, a search order: Tran Bac Ha, former chairman of the BIDV; Tran Luc Lang, Former Deputy CEO of BIDV; Kieu Dinh Hoa, former director of BIDV Ha Tinh Branch; Le Thi Van Anh, former head of the BIDV Customer Service at Ha Tinh Branch.
Mr. Tran Bac Ha, former President of BIDV
The accused has been prosecuted for "bankruptcy, banking activities, other banking activities" set out in Article 206 of the Criminal Code 2015 and the application of preventive measures. the defendant temporarily detained three defendants Tran Bac Ha, Tran Luc Lang and Kieu Dinh Hoa; Take precautionary measures to prevent Le Thi Van Anh's murder.
Following the ratification by the Supreme People's Procurator of the aforementioned decisions and regulations of 29 November, the decision was taken by the Police Investigation Agency of the Ministry of Public Security (C03) and an arrest warrant. , examination of 04 persons in accordance with the law.
Currently, the police department of the Ministry of Public Security (C03) is currently investigating and recovering assets that are lawful.
Earlier in the Notice on the content of the 27th Session of the Central Commission, the Commission stated that the review and enforcement of the Standing Committee of the Banking Committee for Investment and Development of Vietnam (BIDV) and the Individuals involved in the violations and deficiencies were concluded at the 26th session of the Central Committee of the Party .
Taking into account the content, nature, extent and consequences of the breach; Based on party regulations on disciplinary party organizations and violations of party members, the Central Committee for Disciplinary Proceedings excludes a party from Tran Bac Ha, the former Chairman of the Board of Directors.
The Central Audit Commission also decided to remove all party posts for Doan Anh Sang, a former member of the Permanent Committee of the Party, Deputy CEO; warned Mr. Tran Luc Lang, a member of the Standing Committee Committee, Deputy CEO of BIDV.
In addition, the Central Commission for Inspection also asked the Permanent Committee of the Central Party Committee of the Central Commercial Party to discipline the Standing Committee of the BIDV Party Committee.
Previously, the content of the 26th session of the Central Audit Committee stated that Mr Tran Bac Ha was responsible for the main violation of the Standing Committee of the Committee for the Parties 2010-2015, 2015-2020.
Mr Tran Bac Ha has violated the principle of democratic centralization, working regulations, statements of imprisonment, lack of democracy in the direction and administration; Violation of the resolutions of the Standing Committee Committee on the Obligations and Responsibilities of Persons Holding BIDV Functions; Violations of procedures, procedures, powers, credit guidelines for approving instructions, decisions on certain loans, guarantees, investments, and debt management, including approval of the VND guidelines for 4.7 billion for the 12 companies involved in the Construction Bank case.
Mr. Doan Anh Sang, a former member of the Standing Committee Committee, Deputy CEO and Mr. Tran Luc Lang, a member of the Standing Committee Committee, Deputy CEO of BIDV, are also responsible for crimes. Committee of Permanent Parties; The same applies to some loans, guarantees, investments, contingent debt management. is responsible for designing and evaluating a credit policy of 4.7 billion VND for the 12 companies that participated in the Construction Bank case.