Boris Mintz said in the High Court of London about the damage due to the actions of the top management of the Discovery and the Trust, as well as their shareholder, the Central Bank.
The owner of the PIK and the runaway financier argue in the courts of Cyprus on how to divide the billions withdrawn from Russian pension funds.
Trust and Otkritie banks accuse the businessman and his sons of replacing and withdrawing assets.
Participant in the Forbes list, Boris Mintz, told the High Court in London that he needed over £ 10,000 a week for his daily expenses (he is entitled to spend that amount by decision of a British court). The businessman believes that pressure is exerted on him and his family.
In the procession through the desert in Israel, dedicated to the holiday of Passover, traditionally attended by rich Russians.
Before reorganization, the bank’s management replaced real estate secured loans with non-marketable bonds of the O1 Group Boris Mints structures.
Promsvyazbank demanded that Dmitry Mintz, who is hiding in Britain, return 20 million dollars.
The Moscow Arbitration Court ordered the O1 Group to return the bank "FC Opening" 34 billion rubles. This money, Boris Mintz withdrew from the bank on bail of its bonds shortly before the decision on its readjustment in the fall of 2017.
The Cyprus company Riverstretch Trading & Investments (RT & I) has knocked out assets from Boris Mintz and Maxim Blazhko without noise and dust.
O1 Properties Boris Mintz changed the owner.
FG "Future" will pass under the control of the Cyprus Riverstretch Trading & Investments. It can become an intermediate owner.
Three NPFs Boris Minta filed a lawsuit against the company that finances its business, Prime Finance. Thus, the businessman tries to pull out the money from the company's bonds ahead of schedule, which indicates a serious cash gap.
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.
Unifying private pension funds (APF) Boris Mintsa financial group (FG) "Future" has moved from the ownership of one Cyprus offshore to another. At the same time, the share of O1 Group structures, which belonged to Mr. Mintz for the first quarter of this year, grew by more than 10%.
The bank will receive a business center Avion in Moscow.
О1 Group Boris Mints will become the sole owner of O1 Properties.
One of the largest owners of Moscow-class A-O1 Properties offices, Boris Mints, began negotiations with holders of Eurobonds for $ 350 million concerning a possible change of the company's controlling shareholder.
SPV - O1 Group company does not pay bonds for 22 billion rubles, in total it issued bonds worth 87 billion rubles.
S & P lowered the company's rating. If its parent 01 Group does not pay in June on the loan, investors will be able to demand payments on Eurobonds of $ 350 million.
So decided the High Court of England and Wales.
Cross-cutting operations in it the Central Bank estimated in tens of billions of rubles.
In relation to O1 Group businessman was started a pre-investigation check on the statement of the chairman of the board of the bank "FC Opening" Mikhail Zadornov.
Boris Mintz built his business in close proximity to FC Opening. Going to the bottom, the bank pulled the retirement and development business of the former co-owner.
His O1 Properties is likely to be taken by a company that is associated with GC Region and Rosneft.
Rossiyum Concern Roman Avdeev sold debts to the future financial group, which includes non-state pension funds Future, Education and Telecom-Soyuz.
The company "O1 group finance" did not have 357 million rubles to pay the coupon.
O1 Group is looking for a buyer for the pension assets of a businessman.
Financing O1 Group, the company "Prime Finance" allowed a technical default on the bonds. The company explained that it had not paid the coupon because of the upcoming restructuring of the securities.