Former CEO of Gazprom’s subsidiary detained on suspicion of committing a grave crime
The former top manager was suspected of committing a serious crime, sources said.
Vladimir Tumayev, the former CEO of Spetsgazavtotrans which has been now transformed into PJSC Gazprom Spetsgazavtotrans, was detained in Izhevsk. This is reported by Kommersant with reference to its sources.
According to the interlocutor of the publication, Tumayev was suspected of committing a grave crime.
The newspaper also specifies that Tumayev is now the head of the FOTs Sportparksemya-Tumaev LLC. According to some reports, he was last seen in the workplace today, on February 19. In addition, it is known that Tumayev flew to Moscow this weekend.
Tumayev was the head of the subsidiary of Gazprom from 1984 to 2009. Now he is on the board of directors of PJSC Gazprom Spetsgazavtotrans with a 12.86% stake in the charter capital. He was also the president of the Izhevsk football club Gazovik-Gazprom, in which he also played.
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