Charges pressed against four people for embezzlement of Aeroflot PJSC money


The Main Directorate on Major Crimes Investigation of the Investigative Committee of Russia continues the investigation into the embezzlement of money of Aeroflot PJSC launched upon materials of the Federal Security Service of Russia under Part 4 of Article 159 of the Criminal Code of Russia (swindling committed by an organized group). Investigators pressed charges for the commission of the indicated crime against Aeroflot PJSC Deputy Director-General for legal and property matters Vladimir Alexandrov, former Aeroflot PJSC Director of the Legal Department Tatyana Davydova, and lawyers of Your Advocate Partner Alexander Slivko and Dina Kibets.

According to the investigation, in 2015-2016, Alexandrov, acting as part of an organized group with Davydova and lawyers Slivko and Kibets, had organized the conclusion of four contracts for legal services in order to steal money from Aeroflot PJSC. However, the actual legal services under the contracts had been provided by staff members of the Legal Department of Aeroflot. Under these contracts in 2016-2018, Alexandrov and Davydova had provided unjustified transfer of at least 250 million rubles to the accounts of the Chamber of Advocates based on acts prepared by Slivko and Kibets that had contained knowingly false information about the volume of the performed work.

At least 250 million rubles had been stolen from Aeroflot PJSC as a result of the illegal activities. The participants of the organized group had allocated the money at their sole discretion.

The custody detention for Alexandrov, Davydova, Slivko, and Kibets is being considered.

 

Official spokesperson for the Investigative Committee of Russia S. Petrenko

02 October 2019 18:06

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