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Carpatica CEO Carabulea, two more under remand

Businessman Ilie Carabulea who runs Carpatica group, former CEO of Carpatica Insurance Marian Mirzac and Radu Mustatea, board member of the company, were taken under remand on Tuesday night by the anti-corruption prosecutors who will demand their preventive arrest for 29 days, according to Mediafax.
The National Anti-Corruption Directorate (DNA) says Ilie Carabulea is under criminal investigation for association for felonies, influence peddling, giving bribe, using information which are not to be revealed in order to gain illicit advantages, instigation to forgery to gain advantages, instigation to false signature. According to investigators, between May and June 2013, Carabulea, Mirzac and Mustatea, together with other people, associated for felonies. “By creating this criminal group, Carabulea Ilie and Mirzac Marian managed by fraud to delay and influence the results of some controls ordered by the Financial Supervisory Authority  (ASF) between May and December 2013 at the insurance company owned and indirectly controlled by Carabulea Ilie, so that no severe flaws can be found. In this respect, they resorted to financially bribing ASF clerks,” say the investigators. Carpatica Insurance issued a release yesterday stating that the investigation procedures launched by authorities regarding Carpatica Insurance do not influence the insurer’s activity, but the information in the media unjustly harms its activity, according to the company.
Carpatica Insurance CEO Ina Crudu said that “as regards the ongoing investigation, we will provide all the support to the authorities to have the necessary data to reach some palpable conclusions.”
In the same case, the prosecutors of the National Anticorruption Directorate (DNA) started a criminal probe against Tudor Daniel-George, former vice-president of the Financial Supervisory Authority (ASF) until 17 October 2013, for misuse of authority against public interests, the DNA announced Wednesday. Prosecutors say that, “during March-April 2013, Tudor Daniel, as president of the Insurance Supervisory Board (CSA), ignored the conclusions of a control report drafted by ASF employees that outlined serious problems in the insurance company owned and indirectly controlled by Carabulea Ilie, which would have imposed a capital increase of EUR 15 M and suspending the operating license until the problems are dealt with.”

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