The bankruptcy manager of the CenterObuv shoe network, which was declared bankrupt in the spring of 2017, disputes dubious transactions that have been made by the retailer since the end of 2015. Most of them are associated with Fanshouse LLC, which currently occupies premises previously rented by CenterObuv, uses its trademarks - CenterObuv and Centro - and even sells its inventories, RBC writes.
According to Dmitry Bubnov, bankrupt bankruptcy manager for the Russian shoe network CenterObuv, before the bankruptcy, the shoe retailer conducted a number of transactions with equipment, goods, money, and trademarks. Most of the deals involved Fanshoes LLC. It is too early to draw conclusions about the targeted withdrawal of assets, since their analysis is still ongoing, however, according to Bubnov, it is necessary to challenge these transactions in order to return the debtor's property and settle accounts with creditors, the amount of claims of which exceeds 23,5 billion rubles, and continues grow.