A bankruptcy lawsuit has been filed against FashionShoes, according to a file of the Moscow Arbitration Court, a meeting on the validity of claims against the company and the possible introduction of a monitoring procedure is scheduled for October 2.
Earlier, RBC wrote that Fashionshouz had a number of transactions with equipment, goods, money and trademarks, Tsentrobuv, this company also occupies premises previously rented by TsentrObuvu.
On 14 of March, the Moscow Arbitration Court upheld the petition of the representative of the interim manager to declare the shoe retailer TsentrObuv Trade House bankrupt and to open bankruptcy proceedings against him.
In mid-December last year, the court declared the bankrupt company Centro, the operator of the Centro shoe network, which is part of the CenterObuv group.
The company "Trading House" TsentrObuv "" was founded in 1992 year and for several years was the leader in the shoe market in Russia. At the beginning of the crisis, many lawsuits were filed against the company by the lessors, and in the spring of 2016 of the year, a monitoring procedure was introduced against the company by the Moscow Arbitration Court. In September, co-owner of the retailer Sergey Lomakin was charged in absentia with fraud and he was put on the federal wanted list.
The monitoring procedure was introduced at the request of Sandorini, the debt to which amounted to 4,09 million rubles. According to Kommersant, the retailer’s obligations at the end of the 2014 year exceeded 25 billion rubles, among the creditors of the network - Gazprombank, Sberbank and VTB.