Criminal case initiated against former CEO of Antipinsky Oil Refinery following complaint filed by Sberbank
Earlier, the former beneficiary of the enterprise, Dmitry Mazurov, was arrested.
Tyumen investigators initiated a criminal case against the former CEO of the Antipinsky Oil Refinery JSC, the press service of the regional ICR’s Directorate reported without specifying the suspect’s name. Earlier, the refinery management told law enforcement agencies about the swindling committed by ex-CEO Gennady Lisovichenko, who allegedly acted in collusion with the arrested entrepreneur Dmitry Mazurov.
According to the investigators, the ex-CEO of the refinery entered into a contract for the sale and purchase of the enterprises property, which caused the company damage of more than 35 million rubles ($ 555.000). The criminal case was initiated under part 1 of Article 201 CCRF (abuse of authority).
On July 12, the investigators initiated a criminal case against the former beneficiary of the Antipinsky Oil Refinery and the owner of New Stream, Dmitry Mazurov. The complaint was filed by the head of Sberbank German Gref. The bank suspected that Mazurov and Lisovichenko fraudulently received a loan, and then siphoned off the money abroad.
On July 15, Mazurov was arrested on suspicion of swindling (part 4 of Article 159 CCRF). The representative of the New Stream reported that Mazurov is charged with embezzlement of $ 600 million.
On April 28, the CEO of the Antipinsky Oil Refinery, Maxim Andriasov, announced his intention to appeal to the arbitration court to begin the bankruptcy procedure of the enterprise. On May 23, Sberbank acquired 80% of the shares of the refinery.