Money laundering, Russian owner. State gets stake in Kropyvnytskyi agri enterprise

20.03.2023, 17:29
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On March 3, the Leninskyi District Court of Kropyvnytskyi handed over a 25% share in the authorized capital of LLC "Joint Ukrainian-Russian Enterprise Altai" from Kropyvnytskyi to the National Agency for Detection, Investigation and Management of Corruption Assets (ARMA), reported the SBU press service. The court's decision was published in the unified register.

According to the Unified State Register of Enterprises and Organizations of Ukraine, the authorized capital of the enterprise is UAH 21.85 billion ($591.6 million). The share of corporate rights seized and transferred to ARMA reaches UAH 5.46 billion ($147.8 million).

Officials of the company are being investigated for involvement in money laundering through tax evasion, entering unreliable data in financial and tax reporting, as well as illegal withdrawal of received funds to Russia.

The company has four beneficiaries with equal shares, one of them is the Russian Vitaly Kapinus.

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