UPDATE: Undisclosed owners complain of theft in FESCO to investigators
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MOSCOW, Aug 1 (PRIME) Ц Undisclosed shareholders of RussiaТs Far Eastern Shipping Company (FESCO), part of multi-industry holding Summa Group, have filed a theft complaint to the Interior Ministry, an investigator told reporters on Wednesday in the Moscow City Court.
УAn anonymous claim of FESCO shareholders has been submitted to the investigators office of the Interior Ministry of Russia with information about a theft of the companyТs money,Ф the investigator said without specifying any details.
The investigators transferred the claim to the main directorate for fighting economic crimes and corruption, the person added.
A representative of FESCO said that the company had not received any notifications from Уundisclosed shareholders.Ф
УNo requests have come to the company from shareholders with such issues. No shareholder raised this topic at a recent annual general meeting of FESCO, which is open for all shareholders. We also received no requests through our special channels for fighting corruption. The company is operating as usual, and we are ready to provide all materials and information to law enforcers if it is necessary,Ф the person said.
On March 31, the Tverskoi District Court of Moscow sanctioned arrest of brothers Ziyavudin and Magomed Magomedov, co-owners of Summa Group, on charges of a 2.5 billion ruble embezzlement. It also arrested Artur Maksidov, CEO of SummaТs construction subsidiary Inteks, on charges of 669 million ruble embezzlement.
On Monday, the court arrested assets and accounts of 24 companies under the case of the Magomedov brothers.
(62.3497 rubles Ц U.S. $1)