In the transaction of 6 thousand billion tomans, it is the footprint of the Iranian trader
TEHRAN (Iran News) Recently, regulatory agencies receive the financial transactions of people’s bank accounts through cooperation with the central bank to calculate taxes. In this way, people who are tax evaders or who have not provided accurate information in their tax returns are identified. Some time ago, news leaked unofficially that a person has about 6 thousand billion tomans of bank transactions in his bank accounts. This amount is significant in terms of magnitude and can be as much as 8% of the corruption of Iran’s largest company, steel. For this reason, this news has been of great interest. But since no information has been provided about the account holder, there is a lot of speculation.
According to ilna, many media announced that this account probably belongs to a person who is active in forex transactions and international stock exchanges. In the current situation, Iran’s rich people are mostly active in the industry sector and the transactions are in the name of companies. Mohammad Jabrian is one of the richest Iranians who is currently active in Iran’s steel industry. He is the CEO of Arin Sahand Steel Complex and Khorramshahr Smelter. Another of the richest entrepreneurs in Iran is Reza Ebrahimi, who owns the famous Diety brand. The bank transactions of these people are mostly registered in the name of the company. This raises speculation about Forex traders.
Currently, Farzad Vajihi is one of the most suspected traders. Some authoritative sources have indirectly confirmed that he may be the owner of these transactions. The issue that denies this issue to some extent is that Farzad Vajihi has no economic activity in Iran since 2020. However, it is said that he owns several large online exchanges in Iran. Although it has never been officially announced, there are speculations about it.
Not long ago, Mohsen Rezaei, the economic vice president, mentioned the big transactions of 100 people in the stock market, which led to the fall of the index. This issue indicates that there are large traders who play a prominent role in Iran’s economic fluctuations. These people may have secretly increased their capital several times in the past few years. As Forbes announced in a report, about 250,000 people in Iran have “assets” above one million dollars, which is about 30 billion tomans.