Rostec head's stepdaughter doing pharmaceutical business
Anastasiya Ignatova has registered a company for the production of pharmaceutical substances Farmapt JSC.
Farmapt JSC is registered in the name of Head of Rostec Sergey Chemezov's stepdaughter Anastasiya Ignatova. This is reported by Vademecum portal citing SPARK-Interfax database.
According to it, the company is engaged in the production of pharmaceutical substances, as well as trade of pharmaceutical and other products, However, the company has yet to obtain a license for the production and trade of medicaments.
It is noteworthy that the company is registered at the same address as that of several legal entities of the pharmaceutical distributor SIA International, which has recently passed into the possession of the son in law of Head of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Sergey Lavrov, Aleksandr Vinokurov. The group's press-service has stated that Farmapt is a 'lessee' of the premises. The outlet has not managed to get Anastasiya Ignatova's comment on Farmapt.
Let us recall that the wife of Rostec's General Director Ekaterina Ignatova is regularly ranked in the list of the richest wives of state managers. Her daughter became ‘famous’ in 2016, hitting the calendar of car tires manufacturer Pirelli. As Vedomosti reports, Anastasiya is officially employed at the Moscow State University of Foreign Affairs.
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