"CSG Real Estate" filed a lawsuit against "CSG Life" by 1.9 billion rubles

"CSG real estate" filed a lawsuit against "CSG life" for 1.9 billion rubles.
The company "RGS real estate", which was declared bankrupt, requires 1.9 billion rubles from Rosgosstrakh Life, it follows from the data of the filing cabinet of arbitration cases. The claim and petition for securing the application came to the Arbitration Court of St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region on June 25, the date of consideration has not yet been fixed.

"The suit is about a real estate object that was acquired by RGS Life in the first half of 2016 with investment objectives on market conditions," a representative of the CSW of Life told Vedomosti. This is a complex of buildings in Kaliningrad, he said. "As far as we understand, the filing of this claim is a formal procedure for challenging the transactions of a bankrupt company, which is implemented by the bankruptcy trustee appointed to the" RGS real estate, "he added. According to the company, there is no prospect for this claim.

In January, the Moscow Arbitration Court found the "RGS real estate" bankrupt and opened a bankruptcy proceedings against the company. Denis Kachura, a member of the Interregional Self-Regulating Organization of Arbitration Managers, was appointed as a contest manager. The total amount of obligations of "CSG real estate" was 27.9 billion rubles., Follows from the court decision.

 The company also actively occupied the debt market: it placed bonds for a total of 24.5 billion rubles., Follows from the document. Since the middle of last year, "RGS real estate" defaulted on 9 issues of ruble bonds, its reports say. The 100% owner of the company was Cypriot Saxonite Trading Co. Limited. The final beneficiaries were not disclosed.

"CSG Life" belongs to the president of the CSKA football club Yevgeny Giner. This became known at the end of May, when Giner publicly announced that he owns the insurer since November 2015. However, in the international reporting, the beneficiary of the "CSG life" on December 31, 2017 and December 31, 2016 was named Alhas Sangulia.

 "CSG Life" was established in 2004 by the former owner of Rosgosstrakh, Danil Khachaturov and his partners, he controlled the company. In 2016 Khachaturov sold the insurer to his friend and partner Alhas Sangulia, and Rosgosstrakh agreed to exchange for a stake in the bank of FC Otkritie, but never received it. In August 2017, the Central Bank took the rehabilitation of FC Otkritie, and together with it, Rosgosstrakh. "CSG life" did not participate in the transaction, but Mikhail Zadornov, the new directorate of FC Opening, expressed the hope that the life insurer would return to the group.

In June 2018, through the Arbitration Court of Moscow, a claim was filed by Rosgosstrakh for the amount of 116.6 billion rubles to RGS Life. Rosgosstrakh has contested the contract for the use of the insurer's brand, concluded with the previous owner. The General Director of the CSW of Life, Yevgeny Gurevich, said that by the end of 2018 the company plans to rebrand and change its name to "Capital Life Life Insurance."