Sergey Naryshkin’s daughter makes money on cereals production
Veronika Naryshkina became a co-founder of a company affiliated with the holding Agro-Alliance.
Veronika Naryshkina, daughter of Sergey Naryshkin, Director of the Foreign Intelligence Service of Russia, is now a co-founder of a holding company affiliated with the Agro-Alliance group, Open Media writes.
Naryshkina acquired a 21% stake in the Managing Company Agro-Alliance, a record of which appeared in the Unified State Register on December 28, 2018. The Managing Company itself was registered in St. Petersburg in November 2018.
The main activity is "activity of holding companies." In addition to Naryshkina, the company has four co-owners. They are Viktor Kozyrev, who controls 40% of the company's shares, Pavel Makeyev (25.7%), Mikhail Tsobkallo (10%), and Valery Zattsev (3%).
Kozyrev and Tsobkallo once founded the company Agro-Alliance, engaged in the production of cereals under its own trademarks for X5 Retail Group, Auchan, Lenta, Diksi and other retail chains.
Mikhail Tsobkallo told Open Media that the new company would manage the assets of Agro-Alliance, but declined other comments.
It is noteworthy that in 2010 Venture Investments & Yield Management (VIYM) investment company, the founder of which is Andrey Yakunin, son of former President of Russian Railways Vladimir Yakunin, entered the capital of the Agro-Alliance group.
“The Managing Company Agro-Alliance is not the first legal entity, the co-founder of which is the daughter of the Foreign Intelligence Service Director. At the end of December 2016, Veronika Naryshkina acquired a stake in the regional public organization for the development of surfing (Surfing Federation). Later, in April 2018, Naryshkina established Professional Swimming Club Gladiator LLC, in which she took the post of president, follows from the data of Kontur Fokus.