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Can Tho’s seafood processor prosecuted

VietNamNet Bridge - After many bank officials were prosecuted for loans related to An Khang, a seafood processing company in Tra Noc Industrial Zone 2, Can Tho city, this firm’s director has also been prosecuted.
VietNamNet Bridge - After many bank officials were prosecuted for loans related to An Khang, a seafood processing company in Tra Noc Industrial Zone 2, Can Tho city, this firm’s director has also been prosecuted.

The local police agency has prosecuted Nguyen Hong Quan, 65, former director of An Khang Co. for swindling to appropriate property.

According to investigators, Quan and his daughter, Nguyen Thi Thu Suong, Deputy Director of An Khang Co., Ltd. appropriated more than VND76 billion ($3.8 million) of the Vietnam Development Bank, Can Tho - Hau Giang branch.

Quan’s accomplices have been also prosecuted, including Nguyen Van Thuan and Ho Thanh Binh.

Previously, on September 8, Can Tho Police arrested and prosecuted five defendants, Nguyen Thi Thu Suong (An Khang’s Deputy Director), Ho Thanh Binh (Suong’s husband,) Nguyen Cao Hoa Anh Dao, Nguyen Van Thuan and Le Thanh Phong (An Khang Company’s employees for "causing fraud to appropriate property" worth nearly VND500 billion ($25 million) from several banks in Can Tho City.

Also related to this case, Can Tho police have prosecuted four defendants: Tran Thi Phuong (53), former director of the VietinBank, Tra Noc Industrial Park Branch; Vo Van Phi (32), former head of customer department and Nguyen Hoai Phuong (27), former loan officer for "violating regulations on lending activities of credit institutions."

In addition, Tran Viet Hai (32), former deputy director of VietinBank - Tra Noc Industrial Zone Branch, was also prosecuted for "irresponsibility causing serious consequences."

According to investigators, the above banking officers broke regulations on loans and credits that facilitated An Khang Co., Ltd to make counterfeited documents to appropriate about VND90 billion ($4.5 million).

Quoc Huy


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