Trust asked the court to deprive wife of a former co-owner of the castle in England


The Bank “trust”, filed in London’s High court the claim about cancellation of the transfers of the former owners of the Bank Ilya Yurov and Nikolai Fetisov and Sergey Belyaev on account of their wives and use of the acquired with the money of the estate for compensation for damage to the Bank, “Vedomosti”.

“For the time that has passed since the emergence of the Bank issues prior to filing a lawsuit, the shareholders have transferred millions to their wives and other family members, having them as gifts,” — said the publication representative of “Trust”, noting that the High court may cancel the donation aimed “to make the funds unavailable to creditors.”

In submitted to the High court lawsuit States, in particular, that Yurov, Beliaev Fetisov received from offshore-related borrowers, “Trust”, and $68 million, and then transferred money to accounts of their wives. The latter also received transfers from the accounts of men in the “Trust”. As a result, only the spouse Yurova purchased in Kent restored castle of the XVI century Oxney Court, three apartments in London and Cyprus.

“Judging by the fact that for the past 20 years, Ms. Yurova had no independent source of income, funds to acquire the property were provided by Mr. Yurov”, — stated in the claim of “Trust”.

My wife Fetisova Elena Pasolini the new administration of “Trust”, as reported by “Vedomosti”, is trying to win three-storey country mansion in the English Surrey and apartments in Chelsea and a house on the island of Bali.

The total size of the damage, the reimbursement of which “trust” is seeking in the High court of London, is estimated at $908 million and represents an unsecured debt owed to the Bank under the control of its former owners structures.

The representative of “Trust”, expects that the trial will begin in London in October 2018.

The former head of “Trust” Ilya Yurov, as well as former members of the Board of Directors of the Bank Nikolay Fetisov and Sergey Belyaev announced on the international wanted list. According to investigators, in 2012-2014 the defendants to withdraw assets of trust Bank to the accounts of offshore companies in Cyprus, after which the money was transferred to accounts of natural persons and legal entities controlled by the Bank’s management.

22 November 2016 Yurov, who tried to fly from Kiev to London, was detained by Ukrainian border guards. However, the Ukrainian authorities refused to extradite him to Russia, and in January 2017 Yurov was released from custody.

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