Head of Russian Post turns out to have apartment in Moscow worth of $15 million
The enterprise states Nikolay Podguzov purchased the real estate for mortgage.
CEO of the unitary enterprise Russian Post Nikolay Podguzov owns an apartment in Moscow worth of 1 billion rubles ($15 million) in the Knightsbridge Private Park housing complex, reports The Insider.
According to The Insider, Podguzov purchased the real estate in late 2017. The Knightsbridge Private Park housing complex located on Efremov street is described as a de luxe residential area and “London in the center of Moscow.”
“There 4 mansions with high-end apartments, as well as accompanying top-grade infrastructure in the luxurious private park in the territory with an area of 3 hectares,” the housing complex web site states. The press release also states the public spaces in the residential area were decorated by a niece of the Queen of Great Britain - David Linley. The housing complex comprises 4 mansions: The Tudors, The Lancasters, The Windsors, and The Stuarts. Podguzov lives in The Tudors.
According to Yandex.Real Estate, 1 square meter in the Knightsbridge Private Park amounts to 2.5 million rubles ($37 thousand). According to the Uniform State Register of Taxpayers transcript that was found by The Insider, the area of Podguzov’s apartment is 386 square meters. So, the apartment of the Russian Post CEO exceeds 1 billion rubles ($15 million).
Russian Post stated Nikolay Podguzov had purchased the real estate for mortgage and declared it in the revenue service in accordance with the requirements of legislation of Russia. They say the sources of funds were the sale of 2 apartments in Moscow.
Russian Post division (village of Ramenye, Dmitrovsky district)
Before he became the CEO of Russian Post, Nikolay Podguzov was a Deputy Head of the Department of Economics and Finance of Russian government, as well as a Deputy Minister of Economic Affairs.