The Netherlands has frozen the assets of oligarch Akhmetov

The Amsterdam court froze the shares of the companies of the Ukrainian oligarch Rinat Akhmetov. The decision the court made on 5 January.

About it reports “112 Ukraine”, the disposal of which came the decision of the Dutch court.

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7 September 2017, 20:58

According to the document, freeze all shares of SCM Management B. V., DTEK Management B. V., DTEK B. V., DTEK Grids B. V., Metinvest B. V., the Premium Household B. V.

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The press service of the SCM reported that they did not have information “about any new lawsuits against the companies of SCM Group in addition to the lawsuit in Cyprus.”

“We understand that the existing information refers to the formal execution of the determination of the Cypriot court in the Netherlands. Our position in relation to the court’s decision for Cyprus set out in the statement of 5 January,” – said the press service.

The company added that the assets of the SCM group continue to operate in normal mode.

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We will remind, the Nicosia district court on December 27, decided to freeze the assets of businessman Rinat Akhmetov in the amount of 820 million dollars in the case of “Ukrtelecom”. The freezing of assets was the claim of the company Raga Establishment, which is owned by the former Chairman of the Board of “Rodovid Bank” Denis Gorbunenko. Raga sell “Ukrtelecom” Akhmetov 2013 over 860 million dollars, but the businessman allegedly made only $ 100 million of advance payment and stopped payment.

SKM company has filed an appeal against the decision of the district court of Nicosia (Cyprus), freezing the assets of its owner Rinat Akhmetov.

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