Sitting behind bars, the head of the Summa group, after selling its stake in NCSP, is preparing a deal to sell its stake in the Transcontainer railway operator.
Ziyavudin Magomedov's "Sum" group, who is in jail, is ready to abandon the creation of a national container operator, which the billionaire dreamed of since 2012. Fesco, which is controlled by it for a third, is looking for a buyer for a blocking stake in TransContainer.
In the fight for a blocking stake in the carrier, Vladimir Lisin and Roman Abramovich can clash.
From the company goes general director Peter Baskakov.
First deputy general director of the "Summa" group Alexander Panchenko leaves this post. The reason is the failed privatization of the largest railway operator, Transcontainer, owned by RZD, explained RBC Panchenko.
The company, among co-owners of which RZhD and billionaires Ziyavudin Magomedov, Alexander Abramov and Roman Abramovich, accused the antimonopoly authority of using inaccurate data.
The activities of Magomed and Ziyavudin Magomedov were chaotic: brothers engaged in trade, received orders through acquaintances, accumulated a heap of disparate assets, in which, as a rule, they had no control.
In Moscow, the brothers Magomed and Ziyavudin Magomedov, owners of the Suma Group, were arrested for 2 months on suspicion of organizing a criminal community. Their arrest could hit a relative of Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, businessman Alexander Vinokurov, who previously headed Summa for three years.
Summa Group owned by a controversial businessman Ziyavudin Magomedov is offered to sell assets to pay off its debts.