VILNIUS - Vladimir Romanov, Ukio Bankas' former majority shareholder, and 12 other people are suspected of squandering over 40 million euros in assets of the Lithuanian bank that collapsed seven years ago, prosecutors confirmed on Tuesday.
Thirteen people are suspects in the pre-trial investigation into a large-scale squandering of Ukio Bankas' assets, Ugnius Vycinas of the Criminal Prosecution Department at the Prosecutor General's Office said.
"In the investigation, suspicions have been brought ag...
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