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On April 6, 2018, the U.S. Treasury Department imposed new sanctions against 24 Russians, including businessmen and government officials from Vladimir Putin’s inner circle. We believe it would be wrong to rely solely on the opinion of a foreign government. The Dossier Center publishes its own list of possible organizers of the Kremlin OCG and their likely accomplices with brief profiles.
Viktor Felixovich Vekselberg
Chairman of the Board of Directors of Renova Group
Date and Place of Birth
14.04.1957, Drogobych, Ukrainian SSR
Russian Federation, Cyprus
Participation and abetting in the activities of the organized criminal community, established with the purpose of systematically committing especially dangerous crimes against the foundations of the constitutional system and state security, state power and interests of the state service, justice, as well as against peace and security.
On the basis of materials published in the media, Victor Vekselberg is suspected of possible fraud committed by an organized group of persons. For example, in 2012 the Russian media published an investigation from which it became known that the building of the former Hungarian trade mission had been sold to the state by Vekselberg’s Renova Group seven times more expensive than when purchased from the Hungarian authorities. The property was purchased by Renova Group for 575 million rubles, and it was sold to Russia for 3.5 billion rubles. In the same year, employees of the Main Directorate for Economic Security and Anti-Corruption Fighting of the Ministry of Internal Affairs found evidence of fraud in the actions of employees of the Ministry of Regional Development and representatives of Renova Group when carrying out the transaction. Two subsequent checks by the Investigative Committee of the Russian Federation did not reveal any corpus delicti in Vekselberg’s actions.
According to public sources, Victor Vekselberg may have embezzled funds allocated from the Russian budget. Thus, in 2010-2011, the Skolkovo Foundation, where Viktor Vekselberg is listed as president, transferred 93.5 million rubles to a branch of Vekselberg’s company Renova Management AG Switzerland, while more than 52 million rubles were transferred to the accounts of seven foreign companies: Urlich F Kunz & Partners AG, Jurong Consultants Pte Ltd, UBS Swiss Financial Advisers AG, Maxmakers Ltd, Valode & Pistre Management SA, Pierre De Meuron. In addition to the transfer of funds abroad, 3.5 billion rubles allocated from the budget for the development of “Skolkovo” were kept on deposit in Metcombank, the ultimate beneficiary of which is listed as Viktor Vekselberg.
Victor Vekselberg may be involved in offshore fraud. According to articles in the Russian media, Vekselberg’s company T Plus (former IES Holding) could have taken over 99 billion rubles out of Russia by overstating costs at generation and sales companies. Also, according to the Newsland website, executives of IES Holding illegally transferred 41.2 billion rubles raised during issues of shares in its subsidiaries to offshore companies.
According to information received by the Dossier Center, U.S. law enforcement authorities suspect Viktor Vekselberg of money laundering and illegal financing of Donald Trump’s campaign during the 2016 election. The Dossier Center also learned that electronic media were seized from Vekselberg in late March 2018 for further investigation. According to Business Insider, Vekselberg attended Donald Trump’s inauguration in January 2017. Earlier, The Washington Post published a story that two of Vekselberg’s U.S. colleagues had donated a combined $1.25 million to Trump’s inaugural committee.
Possible violations of the law
The actions of Viktor Vekselberg may contain indications of the following corpus delicti of crimes under the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation:
- Art. 285.1 of the Criminal Code “Misappropriation of budget funds”, i.e. Spending of budget funds by an official of the recipient of budget funds for purposes that do not meet the conditions of their receipt, determined by the approved budget, budget schedule, notice of budget allocations, estimate of income and expenses or other document that is the basis for receiving budget funds, committed in a large amount.
- Art. 159 of the Criminal Code “Fraud”, that is, theft of another’s property or acquisition of the right to another’s property by deception or abuse of trust.
- Art. 174 of the Criminal Code “Legalization (laundering) of money or other property obtained by other persons.
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