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.
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 named the deposit of the money through the APF "Future" as a feigned deal, and its architect was the son of Boris Mints, Dmitry, who worked in the PSB and had insider information.
Funds left the developer with a profit.
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.
Controlled by its financial group Future, APF Future has invested pension reserves and savings in low-liquid assets.
Rossiyum Concern Roman Avdeev sold debts to the future financial group, which includes non-state pension funds Future, Education and Telecom-Soyuz.
O1 Group is looking for a buyer for the pension assets of a businessman.
Promsvyaz Capital bought shares from NPFs and immediately sold them to the bank itself.
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.
Assets businessman will gradually go under arrest, and then the oligarch himself becomes bankrupt.
Andrey Kostin enters into a dubious deal to merge with pension funds of Boris Mints and Roman Avdeev, whose financial position is close to critical.
A large deal is being prepared in the pension market. It can include pension assets of VTB, the Rossium group and the O1 Group. The assessment was initiated by VTB, which may indicate the consolidation of non-state pension assets by the state bank, experts say.