The multi-billion government contracts are obtained by mysterious contractors without tenders.
Head of UCP Foundation Ilya Shcherbovich, who failed to win back the money for the non-voting shares of Transneft, offered a 'peace treaty'. But on his own terms.
Ilya Scherbovich's UCP lost a court action.
Property interests of Rosneft have led to filing a claim to arbitration. What is Transneft guilty of?
Several Russian and foreign funds claim that the divident policy of the oil transporting company exacerbate the investment climate in Russia.
As a minoritary shareholder of Transneft, it demands confidential information.
Transneft has been at war with a minority shareholder, UCP Foundation, owned by Ilya Scherbovich, for the last six months. The purpose of UCP is to sell to the monopoly its own shares. Now, the Foundation insists that it bought the shares of Transneft upon the latter's approval and having exactly that deal in mind.
The bank's creditors are trying to get off-balance sheet assets of the bank.
In the spring of 2015, the former billionaire sold Stroygazkonsalting company. Forbes finds out why, and what does Ramzan Kadyrov's friend Ruslan Baysarov have to do with it.
The war between the shareholders of VKontakte has reached the court stage.
Ilya Scherbovich Foundation bought three companies related to the Pavel Durov's messenger, and demands the rights for Telegram through the court; in response, Mail.ru Group filed a lawsuit to invalidate the deal to buy a stake in VKontakte by UCP Fund.
On Tuesday, March 18 Mail.ru Group announced the acquisition of 11.99% shares of "VKontakte", officially becoming the owner of 51.99% controlling stake in the major Russian social network.
The founder of Russia's largest social network VKontakte Pavel Durov sold his stake (12%) to CEO of MegaFon nd co-owner of YuTV holding Ivan Tavrin (no.200 in the ranking of 200 richest businessmen of Russia, according to Forbes, with the fortune of $ 0.5 billion).