The arbitration court of St. Petersburg and Leningrad region has satisfied the statement of the savings Bank on bankruptcy of Vladimir Kekhman, who previously was CEO of JFC.
About it reports on Thursday, 17 December, the Russian Agency of legal and judicial information ( RAPSI).
Debt Kekhman, the current artistic Director of the Mikhailovsky theatre and General Director of the Novosibirsk Opera and ballet theatre, before the savings Bank is 4.5 billion rubles, which is confirmed by the Moscow and St. Petersburg Gagarinskaya Smolninsky district courts.
Kekhman was a guarantor on the loan your company JFC, which is now opened bankruptcy proceedings, said the news Agency RNS.
Earlier investigatory Department of the Ministry of internal Affairs of Russia has charged to Vladimir Kekhman charges under article «swindle in especially large size» where the victim is «Sberbank».
According to investigators, in 2010-2012 some managers and owners of the JFC took out loans to execute contracts with other companies that were fictitious or affiliated. To repay loans they were going, and in 2012 initiated arbitration with a request for recognition of the JFC’s bankruptcy.
JFC — in the past, the largest importer of fruits, the principal owner and founder is Vladimir Kekhman, is in bankruptcy since February 2012, has declared himself bankrupt in a London court and he Kekhman. According to the court the creditors ‘ register, its debts amount to 18.2 billion rubles., the largest creditors — Sberbank, Bank of Moscow, Promsvyazbank, Bank URALSIB, Raiffeisenbank, etc. Kekhman also is accused of stealing credit funds «Promsvyazbank» amounting to more than two billion rubles.
Recall that the name of Vladimir Kekhman became popular in the press at the end of February, when the Prosecutor’s office of Novosibirsk has brought administrative proceedings against the Director of the Opera «tannhäuser» by Timofey kulyabin and Director of the Novosibirsk Opera and ballet theatre of Boris Mezdrich, put Opera, allegedly «slandering the objects of religious veneration».
The court dismissed the administrative case in connection with absence of structure of a crime, but Mezdrich was dismissed from his post as Director of the theatre, and in his place appointed as Kekhman, who removed the controversial statement from the repertoire of the theatre.