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MOSCOW, April 26. /TASS/. There are still credit institutions in the Russian banking market that continue to carry out suspicious transactions and do not respond to the signals of the Central Bank, Deputy Governor of the Central Bank Dmitry Skobelkin said on Tuesday.
"In general, the number of banks with some indications of involvement in suspicious transactions is declining in the banking sector. At the same time, there are banks on the market that do not respond to our signals and continue carrying out suspicious transactions," Skobelkin said.
According to him, in the Q4 2014 there were around 30 banks involved in suspicious transactions, in the corresponding period in 2015 - only 9 such institutions.
Skobelkin also noted that there is an "acute problem of conversion into cash" in the segment of suspicious transactions, involving mass segment payment cards, electronic wallets and contracts for purchase of services.