Court arrests UAH 1.2 bln worth of Bakhmatiuk's property, funds under NBU claim

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Kyiv's Pechersky district court in October satisfied a claim of the National Bank of Ukraine (NBU), obliging the State Enforcement Service to arrest movable and immovable property of businessman Oleh Bakhmatiuk and his current accounts in bank Financial Initiative and VAB Bank, the regulator has said on its website.
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