President and co-owner of Compulink, one of Russia’s largest group of IT companies, Mikhail Lyashch has been charged with embezzlement, RAPSI correspondent reports from the Moscow City Court.
Lyashch was arrested on September 21 on suspicion of large-scale embezzlement. Following his arrest, Compulink released a statement saying that law enforcement authorities got interested in personal investment of Lyashch in the IT industry’s projects, specifically, putting up of about 90 million rubles ($1.4 million) in the Internet telephony developer Simbiotel.
The amount of embezzlement has not been disclosed.
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