Georgy Bedzhamov

Georgiy Ivanovich Bedzhamov (born 28 October 1962 in Moscow) is a Russian ex-banker. 

In 1985 he graduated from Kiev State University. Bedzhamov became a chairman or member of the BoD of a number of Russian companies: OOO Vneshprombank, OJSC Sakhalin Shipping Company, Glass-Industrial Group (GPG), ZAO Promstroiproekt, and co-owner of the best hotel in St. Moritz (Switzerland) Badrutt's Palace Hotel.

In December 2015 the Tverskoy Court of Moscow arrested the President and co-owner of Vneshprombank Larisa Marcus, her brother and co-owner of Vneshprombank Georgy Bedzhamov fled to his villa in Monaco. He was charged in absentia with swindling on an especially large scale (part 4 of Article 159 of the Criminal Code). 

According to investigators, in 2013, Marcus and Bedzhamov created an organized criminal group for the purpose of personal enrichment. Owners of Vneshprombank gave loans to controlled fly-by-night companies, not intending to return money to the bank. Behind companies there were top managers themselves. For example, Bedzhamov, according to investigators, received 3.3 billion rubles, and Larisa Marcus - 1 billion rubles.

Russian Central Bank will lower the Iron Curtain


Dishonest financiers will be prevented from leaving Russia.

Bedzhamov took Mintz's billions to Monaco


O1 group is left without credit and without savings.

Georgy Bedzhamov is double requested


Monaco refused to extradite him, and now it is up to the UK to decide. 

Capital holes


Up to half of Russian banks draw up fictitious assets for themselves.

Secret dossier of Dmitry Rybolovlev


Ex-owner of Uralkali in Monaco carves up the inheritance of Bedzhamov, the fugitive head of Vneshprombank; envoy Trutnev is involved into this affair.

A1 representatives will search for Vneshprombank assets and owners


They can get 10% of the returned assets.

Yachts, palaces and offshore companies of the Tokarev-Bolotov clan in the European Union


The head of Transneft Nikolay Tokarev and his clan are investing billions of stolen dollars into the western offshore companies and real estate.  

Where the money flowed from Vneshprombank


While the DIA is looking for assets associated with bankrupt Vneshprombank, others get the most valuable assets first. 

Gold deposits in Vneshprombank's case


Valuables and documents for real estate have been seized from the trusteed of the ex-heads of the bank. 

Fraud at the expense of VIP-clients: how the Vneshprombank pyramid collapsed


The amount of claims to Vneshprombank reached 215 billion rubles, as estimated the DIA. In January, the bank lost its license, its co-owners Georgy Bedzhamov and Larisa Marcus were brought to custody. How the pyramid was built and why did it collapse?

Bedzhamov's flotilla: Forbes found the Vneshprombank shareholder's yachts


One of the yachts belonging to the President of the Russian Federation of Bobsleigh, who fled to Monaco, could cost him $73 million

Vneshprombank: reasons for the collapse of one of the largest Russian banks


Why collapsed the bank serving the state-owned companies, state managers and officials.