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December 3, 2020

According to SRI, Vintu behind Petromservice’s going bankrupt

Sorin Ovidiu Vintu is allegedly behind the deliberate move leading to Petromservice’s bankruptcy, and a great deal of the money found its way in his pockets. This is the conclusion suggested by two incendiary reports of the Romanian Intelligence Service (SRI) and the National Office to Prevent and Combat Money-Laundering, quoted by “Adevarul”. “The administrators of PSV Company, formerly Petromservice (whose chairman of the BA was Liviu Luca), deliberately led the company to bankruptcy”, according to a confidential report of the National Office to Prevent and Combat Money-Laundering. The authors of the report found clues suggesting that nearly EUR 160 M had been laundered through payments out of PSV Company’s accounts to six offshore companies in Cyprus, two of which were controlled by Sorin Ovidiu Vintu. Thus, EUR 126 M allegedly found their way to Vintu. The document is one of the pieces of evidence based on which the prosecutors deferred to justice, on charges of embezzlement and money-laundering, the company’s board, alongside Adrian Eftime, son of trade unionist Ion Eftime, appointed by Vintu administrator of Realitatea Media, where PSV Company was also one of the shareholders, as well as Kiss Laszlo, specialized in setting up offshore companies.

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