UniCredit Bank requires 1.07 billion rubles Kekhman for bankruptcy

UniCredit Bank requires 1.07 billion rubles Kekhman for bankruptcy


ST. PETERSBURG, March 1. /Corr. Svetlana Afonina/. UniCredit Bank requires 1.07 bn with theatrical entrepreneur and top Manager Vladimir Kekhman in the framework of the case about its bankruptcy.

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This is stated in the documents published on the website of the arbitration court of Petersburg and Leningrad region.

“As part of the bankruptcy case Kekhman, Vladimir Abramovich in the court received the statement of JSC “UniCredit Bank” on the inclusion of requirements in the register of creditors of the debtor in the amount of 1 072 949 641 rubles 37 kopecks,” – said in the definition.

The Tribunal accepted the statement of the Bank, he will consider it on April 21. Then there will be a meeting at the request of PSB, which demands to collect from the businessman of RUB 1.7 billion debt.

Case Of Vladimir Kekhman

In December 2015 the court of St. Petersburg on the claim of the savings Bank introduced a procedure for restructuring the debts against Kekhman.

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The arbitral Tribunal also approved the businessman in the amount of RUB 4.3 billion Kekhman appealed the court ruling, but the appeal is yet to be heard.

In the process of bankruptcy is also the JFC group on the import and sale of bananas, the founder of which is Kekhman. Amount of debt of the company exceeds 18 billion rubles number of loans a businessman vouched personally. He later stated that he had been deceived by their top managers. Kekhman also working in leadership positions at the Mikhailovsky theatre in St. Petersburg and in Novosibirsk theatre.

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