During the trial, the founder and co-owner of the Carlo Pazolini shoe network, Ilya Reznik, who is undergoing bankruptcy proceedings, was accused of hiding information about his property for 7 billion rubles, RNS writes.
The arbitration manager Lyubov Kireeva said in court that Reznik did not provide documents on the ownership or sale of his property for 7 billion rubles. We are talking about real estate in France and the Gulfstream. According to Kireyeva, according to the agreement signed on February 7, 2015, Reznik and Alfa Bank, the entrepreneur at that time owned real estate in France and a Gulfstream aircraft, with a total value of more than 7 billion rubles. This property was not included in the inventory of the property, and documents were not provided for it - neither about ownership, nor about alienation.
Kireeva also asked the court to request documents on the sale of “jointly acquired property in the form of two real estate in the Republic of Crimea”, information about the transaction was received, according to the manager, from the USRN.
The meeting was postponed to October 30.
In early October, the general meeting of creditors decided to apply to the court for bankruptcy of Reznik. In April, the Moscow Arbitration Court found the Avtotorgbank bankruptcy petition bankruptcy of the founder and co-owner of the network, Ilya Reznik, and introduced a debt restructuring procedure.