The former owner of the Yugra bank, Alexei Khotin, has settled quite well. He himself basks under the Cypriot sun, and "war" with the Central Bank and the DIA leads through his PR-people. Those that just do not come up with. In particular, they are organizing a rally of "depositors of the ruined banks of Russia and the bank" Yugra ". Well, how authorities treat the organizers of rallies and other "troubles" is known. So, that nothing good Hotinu "does not shine." However, to behave properly on the PR-field Hotin never knew how. He was increasingly hoping for communication. The source of Rucriminal.com said that when Khotin raiderly captured his first facility in the capital - the Moscow soap factory - to take away statements from investigators from Khotin and a number of materials exposing Alexei, the then head of the GUVD of Moscow, Vladimir Pronin, came personally. At that time he was a major patron of Khotin. Such cooperation, of course, paid off. Now Pronin owns almost half of his native Kursk region, including the horse plant "Deirra." And in Moscow he has a huge construction business. That's how the former chief metropolitan policeman succeeded.
Since those distant times, the level of Khotin's ties has significantly increased. Especially he liked to brag, as at it all is seized in the Central Bank of the Russian Federation. Alexey Simanovsky, deputy chairman of the Bank of Russia, was the patron of Alexei and his bank Yugra, so Khotin could pump billions from his home credit institution with impunity. Yes, and what was to be feared if "Yugra" was not drawn up for Khotin, but for dummy individuals. Then Simanovsky "flew" from his post, Dmitry Tulin became deputy chairman of the Central Bank of Russia. Hotin began to boast that with Tulin he was "captured". And then, as sources Rucriminal.com told, Tulin, on friendship, strongly recommended to Khotin to issue a controlling stake in Yugra to himself. Like, and the bank will all fall behind, and a large state support is guaranteed (you can pump not only money depositors, but also allocated from the budget). In short, he promised the brightest prospects. And Khotin "was led".
Almost immediately, as Khotyn recognized the ownership of "Yugra", Tulin forgot about the former friendship. The bank was hit by checks that revealed giant "holes". It all ended naturally - the bank was revoked a license. Only now financially responsible for the "hole" in tens of billions of rubles will now be not fake individuals, but Khotin himself.
According to sources Rucriminal.com, now in Cyprus in private conversations Khotyn directly laments that he succumbed to Tulin's entreaties and "recorded" "Ugra" on himself. He considers this his main mistake. And, of course, he curses the deputy chairman of the Central Bank of Russia. Also, Alexei honestly says that he is afraid of the DIA's claim of subsidiary liability. It's when the state will collect tens of billions from Khotin, withdrawn from Ugra. And take it from him is what.
Khotin managed to seize a number of oil-producing enterprises, including NK Dulisma, which entered the Rus-Oil controlled company. Also, Khotin acquired a stake in the oil company Exillon Energy. The main shareholders of Exillon are offshore Honina Senegal International Agency ltd (29.99%) and another offshore Sinclare Holings Limited (26.69%). In total, they own 56.68%. Sinclare Holings Limited at the time of the purchase of shares Exillon belonged to another major raider Alexander Klyachin. However, it is known that he is not interested in oil industry at all. But Khotyn and Klyachin are close friends, they have many joint "dark" deeds. Therefore, no one doubted that Klyachin was buying shares to immediately transfer them to the control of Khotin, who became the main owner of Exillon.
As a partner in his oil projects, he attracted the vice president of Transneft, Mikhail Margelov, and his own son Dmitri Mikhailovich Margelov, previously was an adviser to the chairman of the board of directors of JSC Rus-Oil, and in 2016 he took over as general manager of Exillon Energy. Khotin, of course, quite humbly hid the oil assets. Something rewrote to offshore, something - to his assistant Sergei Podlysetsky. But this will not help him. Sam Khotin himself believes that Rosneft and Igor Sechin have "put an eye" on his "oil company." And in this situation, on whom I would not write down, they will still be selected.