No employee of Summa resigned after Magomedov's arrest
This was stated by Aleksander Zabeyda, the lawyer of Summa’s CEO.
No employee of the Summa group of companies, including the top managers, was fired from the company after the holding’s co-owner Ziyavudin Magomedov was arrested, Aleksander Zabeyda, the lawyer of Summa’s CEO Leyla Magomedzade, told RNS.
“As far as I know, as of today, no employee, including top managers, from the Gruppa Summa has resigned,” said the lawyer.
On March 31, the Tverskoy Court of Moscow arrested the co-owner of the Summa group Ziyavudin Magomedov, his brother Magomed, and the head of Inteks, Artur Maxidov, until May 30, 2018. Ziyavudin Magomedov is suspected of swindling, embezzlement and organization of the criminal community.
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