FSB visited Renova’s subsidiary
Searches were carried out in offices of the T Plus company. According to some information – it happened within criminal case of co-owner of Renova group of companies Evgeny Olkhovik and head of power holding Boris Vainzikher.
The staff of the Federal Security Service (FSB) searched offices of the subsidiary of Renova - T Plus power holding, this was reported on Tuesday, July 11, by TASS with reference to sources. In their turn, insiders of Legal.Report claim that investigative actions were carried out both in capital offices of the company, and regional branches.
It is supposed that the visit of FSB is connected with the criminal case, defendants of which are co-owner of Renova group of companies Evgeny Olkhovik and head of T Plus power holding Boris Vainzikher, who was earlier accused of giving a bribe to the highest ranks of Komi.
The searches were commented by representatives of T Plus itself, declaring that the law enforcement authorities have really carried out investigative actions within this case. At the same time, they emphasized that the holding works in the planned mode.
As the CrimeRussia wrote earlier, Olkhovik and Vainzikher were detained in September of last year on suspicion of giving bribes to the ex-management of Republic of Komi in the amount of 800 million rubles ($13.1m). Now defendants of the case are in custody.
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