Fugitive ex-director of Antipinsky Oil Refinery puts up for sale business in Tyumen
Gennady Lisovichenko is looking for a buyer for the company Rost Grib.
Former Head of the Antipinsky Oil Refinery Gennady Lisovichenko, who is currently undergoing bankruptcy, has put up his company Rost Grib for sale, Ura.ru reports with reference to a source.
“We know that the company is looking for a partner or co-investor who would now invest in the development of the company,” Director of the Investment Agency of the Tyumen Region Fund Andrey Shalnev said.
The amount of the proposed transaction is not reported. It is known that Rost Grib was established in 2017. It was a resident of Borovsky Industrial Park; it was planned that the volume of would reach 236 million rubles ($3.5 million); 71 jobs were created. The state provided the company with a plot for the construction of an automated mushroom cultivation shop, tax breaks and a loan, the size of which was not disclosed.
“We had a contractual relationship,” the Investment Agency of the Tyumen Region Fund confirmed, noting that Rost Grib had already fulfilled all its obligations.
The information on the search for investors was not commented on by the enterprise itself, as well as by Gennady Lisovichenko's management company Neo-com.
Previously, media wrote that Lisovichenko wanted to receive a so-called “golden parachute” from the refinery in the amount of $10 million. But the top manager lost this privilege by court decision. According to preliminary data of the Tyumen Regional IC Investigations Directorate, Lisovichenko may be hiding from criminal prosecution abroad. He is suspected of causing damage to the Antipinsky Refinery in the amount of 35 million rubles ($523,950).