Bank VTB has withdrawn the statement for bankruptcy Vitaly Chernomyrdin, said the press service of the Bank. The Bank has received a “constructive proposal to resolve the debt on loans issued under his personal guarantee,” said the press service of VTB. Now the Bank is in the process of negotiating the restructuring of loans issued by Vitaly Chernomyrdin, said the press service.
June 7, VTB Bank filed to the Arbitration court of Moscow the statement for bankruptcy Vitaly Chernomyrdin — eldest son of former Russian Prime Minister Viktor Chernomyrdin.
“Interfax” on Tuesday with reference to the press service of VTB reported that the claim about a recognition the bankrupt Vitaly Chernomyrdin filed in connection with the failure of credit obligations of OOO “Rus Chronomat”, for the loan of which he is a personal guarantor. The Agency also noted that the amount of debt the Bank said.
“Interfax” was not found in the database SPARK-Interfax information about the company, OOO Chronomat Rus”. Later, the Agency issued a new message, which indicated that “at the request of the Bank had changed the name of the company — JSC “Cronimet Rus”. According to the database SPARK-Interfax, is a legal entity 70% owned by the German company Cronimet-ferro-alloys-khandel’sgezel’shaft mbkh and was liquidated in 2011.
Some time later, Interfax reported that VTB, the representative “withdrew the comment about the lawsuit.”
According to SPARK, Viktor Chernomyrdin is Director and co-founder of the Interregional Fund Chernomyrdin “Support and development of the middle class”, co-owner of companies CHSKO, LLC “Gamayun”, NP “avant”, “Fayda” and LLC “Kolosok.” The last three companies are registered in the Orenburg region.
Viktor Chernomyrdin was born in Saraktashsky area of the Orenburg region, and his son Vitaly Chernomyrdin, as wrote “Kommersant”, in 2011, stood in deputies of saraktashsky district Council as an independent candidate but lost the election.
According to “Kommersant”, Vitaly Chernomyrdin since 1985 he worked in the Ministry of petroleum industry of the Soviet Union, after 1989, in “Gazprom”. In addition, he was one of the founders and leaders of JSC “Stroytransgaz”, one of the largest contractors of “Gazprom”, and also headed the Fund Chernomyrdin.