Founder of Carlo Pazolini Reznik arrested in absentia in Britain
British court decided to sentence the founder of the shoe chain Carlo Pazolini Ilya Reznik.
The owner of a shoe chain was arrested in absentia for the treatment of Alfa-Bank. The Court found that Reznik has provided false information on available assets. In accordance with British laws the businessman personally gave bail for all Carlo Pazolini's loans.
In its comments the bank's representatives noted that they repeatedly tried to resolve the situation out of court, but their attempts were unsuccessful.
Earlier, in the spring of 2016, Alfa-Bank demanded to recognize a bankrupt the shoe chain in its lawsuit. The lawsuit was filed in connection with the debt of JSCo Firm Anta, which is the main retailer to Alfa-Bank; the size of the debt is 50 million dollars. Among the main cause of the debt it is referred to currency fluctuations, because the company imported products directly from Europe. In addition, the Alfa-Bank has sued other three companies of the network: Carlo Pazolini Trade limited, LLP Carlo Pasolini partisipason and Carlo Pazolini (Switzerland) S.A.
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