Whistle blower in Magnitsky case Alexander Perepilichny to be sued by Gregory Bubnov, bank Pushkino

A Moscow’s court of decision to grant OOO Jirsa’s legal suit asking to enforce Alexander Perepilichny to pay 2 631 404 RUR of debts, from 10 March 2012 (granted). Perepilichny himself blamed his former Moscow’s partners Gregory Bubnov (now investing in Czech republic where he settled) and Alexander Semenov for extortion. The alleged debt of …

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Whistle blower in Magnitsky case Alexander Perepilichny to be sued by Gregory Bubnov and Andrei Lugovoy’s partner Kovtun

Smolensk court of appeal’s decision to reject OOO Jirsa’s legal suit asking to enforce Alexander Perepilichny to pay 42 Mln RUR of debts (ca. 1 350 000 USD), from 9 October 2012. Perepilichny himself blamed his former Moscow’s partners Gregory Bubnov (now investor in Czech republic) and Alexander Semenov for extortion. The alleged debt of …

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Partner of the whistle blower from Magnitsky case, banker from liquidated Russian banks, as an ambitious Czech developer

In 2010 The banker Alexander Perepilichny emigrated from Russia and gave bank wire documents to Hermitage Capital, becoming a whistle blower who had help to uncover a huge tax fraud case in Russia, more known as “Magnitsky case”. Before emigration, Perepilichny had businesses in Moscow with his classmates Gregory Bubnov and Alexander Semenov. Perepilichny, along …

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