From a fifty-year-old woman, the organization demands more than 56.611 million rubles. The lawsuit was accepted by the court on December 26. The court session for its consideration is scheduled for March 6, 2023 (case no. A50-32525/2022).
Tatiana is the daughter of a well–known official in the region, Boris Mazuki. During the existence of the Soviet Union, her father was the first deputy chairman of the Perm Regional Executive Committee, responsible for its planning and economic management.
Mazuka herself at various times held responsible positions in the bank (head of the Treasury, deputy chief accountant). For 12 years, starting in 2002, she was a member of the Board of the bank. However, on August 18, 2014, the regulator revoked the banking license, and at the end of September 2014, bankruptcy proceedings began.
The issue of subsidiary liability of Ecoprombank CDL was raised by the DIA quite a long time ago. The bankruptcy trustee obtained a decision on the joint recovery of losses of 56.2 million rubles from Tatiana Mazuka and Alexey Likhachev (former deputy chairman of the Management Board). This verdict was confirmed by the Court of appeal on October 7, 2019. However, the bailiffs' attempts to execute it were unsuccessful.
An attempt to put up for auction an apartment with an area of 155 square meters, located in the center of Perm, on August 6, 2022 was declared illegal. The living space is owned by Mazuka and her husband, ex-Chairman of the Board of the bank Andrey Tuev. The DIA tried to prove that the apartment can be considered as a luxury, and also not the only housing owned by debtors. However, the court decided otherwise.
The woman herself, who left the Russian Federation in 2016, lives in Cyprus. In the capital of Perm Krai, she also owns an apartment with an area of 74.6 square meters. meters. However, the District Court on July 19 confirmed the decision of the appeal. The DIA's application for bankruptcy of Mazuki was a natural result of such a decision of the judges.
The defendant's spouse, according to the Perm branch of RBC, was extradited from Cyprus on April 28, 2021. In October 2022, he was sentenced to 7 years in a penal colony and a fine of 300 thousand. The head of the bank was charged under Articles 201 and 160 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation. The damage caused by Tuev to the bank was estimated at 362.2 million.