The Anti-Corruption Commission’s probe body will submit reports into the Hall-Mark scam to the commission within seven days, ACC Secretary Faizur Rahman Chowdhury said on Thursday.
The ACC secretary said during a monthly briefing at the commission secretariat at Segunbagicha in the capital.
The ACC on October 4 last year filed 11 cases against 27 top officials of Sonali Bank and Hall-Mark Group for their involvement in the scam.
Tanvir Mahmud, mastermind of the scam, and Tushar Ahmed, general manager of Hall-Mark and a close relative of Tanvir, are now in jail.
According to a Bangladesh Bank investigation in May 2012, Hall-Mark and five other companies with the connivance of some bank officials had taken out loans of Tk 3,547 crore from the Ruposhi Bangla Hotel branch of Sonali Bank, using forged documents.
Of the money, Hall-Mark alone took away around Tk 2,600 crore while T and Brothers commandeered Tk 609.69 crore, Paragon Group Tk 146.60 crore, Nakshi Knit Tk 66.36 crore, DN Sports Tk 33.25 crore and Khanjahan Ali Tk 4.96 crore.
During the briefing on Thursday, the ACC secretary informed the reporters that the investigation report into the Destiny Group scam will also be submit to the commission soon.
A total of 32 cases were filed against 168 people last month, he said.