THE EX-CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF MEZHPROMBANK BECAME BANKRUPT

THE EX-CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF MEZHPROMBANK BECAME BANKRUPT

THE EX-CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD OF MEZHPROMBANK BECAME BANKRUPT
Alexey Zlobin, who served as Chairman of the Board of MezHproMbank (CJSC MPB), received the status of bankrupt. On March 20, the Moscow arbitration Court made a decision on the case (no. A40-218752/2022). The text of the judicial act itself has not yet been published in the judicial file.

On April 10, 2023, the procedure for restructuring Zlobin's debts was introduced. According to the court's definition, the banker's principal debt by that time amounted to 7,160,777,061.39 rubles. The court included this amount in the register of creditors of the debtor.

The attempt to appeal the court's decision in the appeal did not bring success. On August 30, the Ninth Arbitration Court of Appeal upheld the decision of the Moscow Arbitration Court, which in July banned the banker from leaving the Russian Federation. The district court also agreed with two judicial instances in November, leaving the verdict in force.

The basis for Zlobin's bankruptcy was the Ruling of the Arbitration Court of the city of Moscow, issued on April 30, 2015 in the insolvency case of BCH (No. A40-119763/2010). According to him, Alexey Zlobin, ex-chairman of the board Alexander Didenko and the owner of the bank Sergey Pugachev were involved in a subsidy of 7.16 billion. At the same time, Pugachev's full subsidiary liability amounted to 75.6 billion, where 68.5 billion was jointly and severally liable together with exchairman of the executive directorate Marina Illarionova.

In October 2023, Rusbankrot already wrote about the bankruptcy of Illarionova. On October 13, the court ruled against a woman sentenced in 2022 to four years in prison for fraud. Before BCH lost its license, she served as chairman of the board, and then in the period from 2016 to 2020 she was wanted.

22.03.2024