Biser Lazov

    • CorpBank credit files fixed post factum

      CorpBank credit files fixed post factum

      Habitually, CorpBank first extended loans to corporate borrowers controlled by Tsvetan Vassilev and only then came the justification of the money and the preparation of the loan agreements. The latter were just a formality. This was revealed by Biser Lazov, the lead witness in the case looking into CorpBank’s engineered bankruptcy, in his testimony before the Specialised Criminal Court.

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    • Tsvetan Vassilev shackles Themis with lies

      Tsvetan Vassilev shackles Themis with lies

      Having been holed up in Serbia for five years, hiding from the court cases stemming from the CorpBank collapse, the indicted banker Tsvetan Vassilev has tried to shackle Themis with lies. The new campaign to polish the image of the financial fraudster, who defrauded the lenders’ depositors of billions of levs, was mounted in the courtroom of the Specialised Criminal Court, where the case against him and 18 other defendants charged with syphoning off the bank is being heard.

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    • Tsvetan Vassilev planned fund for secondary plundering of CorpBank

      Tsvetan Vassilev planned fund for secondary plundering of CorpBank

      Fugitive banker Tsvetan Vassilev made plans to syphon off CorpBank a second time two years before the scandal with its collapse blew up in June 2014. This was revealed by the latest testimony of the lead witness in the case Biser Lazov for the Specialised Criminal Court. He was the chief accountant of “The Firm”, under whose umbrella were all the companies affiliated with Vassilev that received unsecured loans from the lender.

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    • Tsvetan Vassilev instructs agent Academician via handy phone equipped with flashlight

      Tsvetan Vassilev instructs agent Academician via handy phone equipped with flashlight

      Ognyan Stefanov, aka agent Academician of the former State Security, and attorney Lazar Karadaliev, who is on trial for money laundering, received instructions from Tsvetan Vassilev, who fled to Serbia after engineering the collapse of CorpBank, via mobile phone. This was revealed by Biser Lazov, the lead witness in the case stemming from the embezzlement of billions from the lender by the fugitive banker, during a hearing in the Specialised Criminal Court.

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    • Ognyan Stefanov received hefty tranches from CorpBank, too

      Ognyan Stefanov received hefty tranches from CorpBank, too

      The witness Biser Lazov also disclosed facts concerning the “media investments” made by Vassilev in the period of 2012-2014 and explained that after a publication exposing him in a Sofia daily resulting from the fact that he was endowed with “Mister Economics” award in 2011, the fugitive banker started buying journalists in order “to neutralise any action against him” and to discredit his foes.

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