Kolomoysky has reportedly asked on installment debt
The Ukrainian businessman Igor Kolomoisky is one of the defendants in the amount of $500 million, served by Ukrainian businessman Vadim Shulman to the High court in London. About it reports Kyiv Post.
According to the publication, Shulman argues that the former owners of “Privat” Kolomoisky and Gennady Bogolyubov used the 15-year-old friendship with him, to cheat in trades.
In December ZN.UA wrote that Shulman accuses Kolomoisky and Bogolyubov failed to pay him $28.5 million, which he spent in excess of his agreed share in the joint investment in the steel company in the United States.
Kyiv Post reports that the lawsuit Shulman in London’s High court are also Dnepropetrovsk metallurgical plant them. Petrovsky in the river and the southern mining and processing plant in Krivoy Rog. Work with businesses that were managed by the plaintiff, he from 2000 to 2007 did not make profit.
Shulman claims that in 2012 he discovered the disappearance of $30 million entrusted to Kolomoisky for investment in a steel mill in Ohio. This led to the breakup of the partnership between businessmen.
The publication claims that after the launch in 2016 of the problems with “PrivatBank”, the assets of which were used in transactions with Shulman, Kolomoisky “begged” to suspend his calculations, and not “to beat the falling man”, promising to pay in installments.
19 December 2017, the English court issued the order “about the worldwide seizure of assets” Kolomoisky and Bogolyubov, as well as six companies that they supposedly belong to or are under their control.
In January 2018, the people’s Deputy from the Bloc Poroshenko Sergei Leshchenko said that the High court in London allowed Kolomoisky and Bogolyubov to spend on daily needs not more than £20 thousand a week each.
“PrivatBank”, nationalized by the state in December 2016, plans to return the funds, which amount together with interest is more than $2.5 billion.