Magnit signed an agreement to purchase an unnecessary retail network of a drug distributor from its shareholder for 5.7 billion rubles.
Journalists are transferred to a new "efficiency system".
The company's board of directors softly objected to the acquisition of doubtful assets from Sergei Lavrov's brother-in-law Alexander Vinokurov, who became a shareholder of the retailer this year.
After leaving the government of the Russian Federation, Igor Shuvalov, a lobbyist for allowing retail chains to sell over-the-counter drugs, his successor Tatyana Golikova withdrew this project from the Cabinet's agenda. That's why the project of Sergei Chemezov and his partner Alexander Vinokurov was torpedoed.
The co-owner of Magnit, Alexander Vinokurov, is already trying to build a large pharmacy network in partnership with Alfa Group, whose former employee was recently. But the market is too hot. Will Vinokurov succeed in achieving significant success with the help of Sergei Galitsky's brainchild?
Prosperity Capital Management called the acquisition of Magnitom pharmaceutical "SIA Group" from the structures of Alexander Vinokourov a risky and unnecessary transaction.
The general director of "Magnit" Khachatur Pombuchkhan could not explain clearly why the retailer should buy shares of the pharmaceutical "SIA Group". To speak directly about the fact that the new shareholders of the network will use it to pump out finances from it, he could not by the post.
The son-in-law of Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, who bought a stake in Magnit from VTB for VTB's money, imposes a grocery network of an unnecessary pharmacy retailer.
The retailer will buy a distributor of SIA Group from its shareholder, Marathon Group, the son-in-law of Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov. The market reacted to this by the fall of the shares of Magnit.
VTB Group sold 11.82% of Magnit's shares to Marathon Group, the son-in-law of Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, Alexander Vinokurov. As a result, VTB's share decreased to 17.28%. The amount of the transaction was at least 60 billion rubles.
The son-in-law of Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and the raider in combination intend to reshape the pharmacy business in Russia in his favor.
According to the chairman of the board of "Marathon Group", he and his partner Alexander Vinokurov are sure that Russians will always spend money on medicines.
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.
"Rostegh" and "Marathon" signed an agreement on "Nazimbio".
The son-in-law of Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov could "inherit" in the automotive business, experts suggest.
While the Pope is fighting the "American imperialists" in Ekaterina Lavrova (Vinokurova) - studying at the American Columbia University and the London School of Economics, a rich husband-raider and his own art business.
His "Marathon Pharma" agreed to buy control in the pharmaceutical company "Fort".
The former president of A1 will get a controlling stake in a major influenza vaccine manufacturer.
Alexander Vinokurov resigns as president of A1 (owned by the Alfa Group consortium) to develop his own investment company. His place will be occupied by Andrei Tyasto, who used to work in Rosbuilding.
The son-in-law of the Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation, Sergey Lavrov, will try his hand at hunt for other people's assets.