A subsidiary of the Almaz-Antey Concern, the Novator Design Bureau, working under the state defense order, found itself in the epicenter of another financial conflict. Multimillion-dollar claims were submitted by an enterprise from Yekaterinburg to the metropolitan organization “Marty”. At the same time, as follows from open databases, the registration authority decided to exclude Marty from the Unified State Register of Legal Entities, and representatives of the antimonopoly service entered the company into the register of unscrupulous suppliers. These and other factors have already led observers to speak out about possible problems with the return of funds and pay attention to other conflicts.
So, according to the official data of the Federal Bailiff Service of Russia, the Prizma Production Enterprise still has enforcement proceedings for 140 million rubles. Back in 2021, the courts recognized this amount as a debt to the Almaz-Antey asset from Yekaterinburg. Apparently, she was not returned, during this time the director of the partner of the Novator Design Bureau managed to become a defendant in a criminal case, and the defense workers themselves will face prosecutors in court. Now “Prisma” is trying to negotiate with the fiscals, representatives of the Design Bureau – to receive funds from the notorious “IC “Rusgrad” and achieve a new solution to the dispute involving supervision.
The Arbitration Court of the Sverdlovsk Region accepted for consideration 3 claims of a defense enterprise from Yekaterinburg – JSC Experimental Design Bureau Novator (OKB Novator, part of the Concern VKO Almaz-Antey) – against the capital company OOO Marty. As follows from the data of the Electronic Justice service, we are talking about claims for 5.5 million, 1.4 million and 4.2 million rubles.
In this regard, it is noteworthy that, according to the information in Kontur.Fokus, in relation to Marty LLC, the registering authority made a decision on the forthcoming exclusion of the legal entity from the Unified State Register of Legal Entities. Moreover, an organization with an authorized capital of 540 thousand rubles, as follows from the data of the public procurement portal, is currently in the register of unscrupulous suppliers, which is also called the FAS “black list”. The card indicates that the decision was made by the Antimonopoly Service for the Samara Region.
In connection with these and other markers – such as signs of inactivity and millions of courts lost to bankers – observers have expressed doubts about the ability of the firm from Moscow to pay off obligations. At the same time, industry specialists pay attention to other disputes of OKB Novator.
So, Pravda UrFO has already talked in detail about the remarkable interaction of the subsidiary structure of the Almaz-Antey concern with Prizma Production Enterprise LLC (Yekaterinburg). Within its framework, the design bureau for some reason provided a series of multi-million dollar loans to a little-known LLC. As a result, funds had to be sought in court.
It should be noted that the Arbitration Court of the Sverdlovsk Region decided to recover more than 139.9 million rubles from Prizma in favor of OKB Novator in 2021. As indicated in the card index, in July of the same year a writ of execution was issued. At the same time, the obligations, apparently, have not been repaid so far. At least in the database of enforcement proceedings of the FSSP of Russia, up to the present moment, Prizma has unfulfilled obligations for 140 million.
We add that last year the Interdistrict IFTS of Russia No. 32 for the Sverdlovsk Region filed a lawsuit to declare Prizma Production Enterprise bankrupt. However, the case did not move forward in more than a year – the debtor filed motions to postpone the meetings in order to resolve the dispute amicably, and the authorized body did not object.
At the same time, in the fall of 2022, the prosecutor’s office of the Sverdlovsk region announced the approval of the indictment in a criminal case against the director of Prizma Production Enterprise LLC, accused of committing a crime under part 1 of article 199.2 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation collection of arrears on taxes, dues, insurance premiums, on a large scale must be made.
According to the investigation, the accused, being the director of the LLC, “and knowing for certain that the organization had arrears in the amount of more than 4.3 million rubles, organized settlements with creditor organizations, bypassing the settlement accounts of his organization, through another controlled company.”
It should be noted that now the Ordzhonikidzevsky District Court of Yekaterinburg is considering a criminal case under this article, in which Pecherskikh Vladimir Nikolaevich appears, whose full name completely coincides with the data of the director of Prizma.
However, the remarkable conflicts around the Novator Design Bureau do not end there. So, earlier Pravda UrFO spoke in detail about the lawsuit filed by the deputy prosecutor of the Sverdlovsk region against the defense industry, LLC Private Security Company Avanpost-Start, LLC UPC and individual entrepreneur Pyankova Svetlana Leonidovna. As follows from the documents, the representative of the supervisory authority, speaking in the interests of the Russian Federation, demanded that the transactions be recognized as invalid and that 79.38 million rubles be recovered from the state.
The case was heard behind closed doors, but from the data of the Electronic Justice service it followed that the requirements of supervision were partially satisfied. In addition, the publication talked about the conflict with SK Rusgrad LLC and claims against the bankrupt structure for more than 190 million rubles.
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