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MOSCOW, May 23. /TASS/. Sberbank completed the internal inspection of "Panama papers" and did not find any suspicious transactions, Chief Executive Officer of the Russian bank Herman Gref said on Monday.
"We completed an investigation. Not a single transaction occurred during the period when we held Troika [investment company - TASS]. Whatever archives will be opened, we are absolutely unmoved," Gref said.
Sberbank held the internal investigation of "Panama papers," Gref said earlier in April. The deal of acquiring Troika investment company was completed by the bank in December 2012 and all the questions asked by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) regarding "Panama papers" pertained to earlier period, he said.
Washington-based ICIJ released excerpts from 11.5 mln documents currently known as "Panama Files," which contain data regarding offshore accounts of certain active and former global leaders. Documents leaked from Panama’s company Mossack Fonseca that provides legal support for registration of offshore companies.