DIA and Alfa Group are pursuing Vneshprombank co-owner George Bedzhamov.
As two business partners did not share the counter.
The businessman considers the proof in the case of the Trekhgorny manufactory, presented by his opponent, the former head of VEB Vladimir Chernukhin, to be a fake, and will appeal the court’s decision.
The unseemly side of the big Russian business is well known and often recorded in court documents around the world. This is an additional risk factor for participants in high-profile processes of the nineties and naught, especially when Russian citizenship is becoming increasingly toxic.
The London court forbade Vladimir Potanin to increase the package without Oleg Deripaska.
The British court said why in a dispute between the shareholders of MMC Norilsk Nickel, he ruled in favor of Oleg Deripaska. An important factor was the strange refusal of Abramovich and Abramov to give testimony in favor of Potanin, whom they wanted to sell shares of MMC.
The Court of Appeal of England and Wales partly agreed with Kiev's arguments about the non-economic nature of the Russian loan in December 2013.
The creditors of the brothers-bankers have already twice frozen their assets in the UK this summer.
VTB does not manage to proceed with the purchase of Vozrozhdenie Bank. The High Court of London again arrested the bank's shares on the suit of the creditors of its owners, the Ananiev brothers.
The assets of the Ananiev brothers in the UK are taken out of custody.
However, the head of the bank "Otkrytie" can not withdraw his claims to the fugitive oligarch structures in Russian courts. This decision was taken by the Moscow Arbitration Court. If the "Discovery" does not stop pursuing Mintz, the state bank faces sanctions in the UK.
The Russian deal broke down due to the arrest of the share of the Ananiev brothers in Bank Vozrozhdenie.
This is an interim measure on the suit of well-off clients of Promsvyazbank, which was ruined by brothers.
The fluent Deputy Minister of Agriculture of the Russian Federation could not recover from Arcadia Fosman 30 million pounds sterling: the court did not consider the case related to British jurisdiction. In Russia, Alexei Bazhanov is a figurant of criminal cases of fraud worth 10 billion rubles.
The structures of Yuri Gushchin demand from the Seychelles builders $ 22 million for an unsuccessful attempt to turn your hotel into a "paradise for the rich".
The High Court of London declared null and void the sale of Norilsk Nickel's shares to the structures of Roman Abramovich to Vladimir Potanin's structures. The loss of Abramovich in the form of lost profits amounted to about $ 180 million.
The ex-wife of a billionaire who conducts a lawsuit with him doubts that her ex-husband is a Muslim. Akhmedov himself is not going to recognize the decision of the High Court of London, but intends to apply to the Sharia court of the UAE.
The oligarch continues to buy shares of Norilsk Nickel: its share increased by 1.5% to 34%. He told about this in the High Court of London.
Vladimir Potanin told the High Court of London the whole truth about his proposal to Oleg Deripaska on his shares of Norilsk Nickel.
In the past, it belonged to Roman Abramovich.
The court ruled in favor of the Bank of Moscow, deciding to recover from the banana-theatrical figure $ 140 million.
Oleg Deripaska, whose companies are burdened with debts, and Vladimir Potanin, who launched several large investment projects, agreed to buy out 4% of Norilsk Nickel from Roman Abramovich. The amount of the transaction can be about 1.5 billion dollars. But the conflict between billionaires is far from over.
The High Court of London banned the bank of Herman Gref to demand from the ruined Agrokor money issued without any pledge in debt.
But Oleg Deripaska can still deploy the deal.
Due to the minority stake of Roman Abramovich and Alexander Abramov, a lawsuit in London broke out.
The British court refused to compensate Alexei Bazhanov for the loss of the group "Masloprodukt" in the amount of 30 million pounds sterling.
Banker Sergey Pugachev, who hid assets in New Zealand trusts, was recognized by the court in London as their beneficiary. The precedent decision of the court will allow the DIA to seize the businessman's expensive real estate in England, France, Switzerland and the United States.
The High Court of London clarified its March verdict.