Inventor and former musician Yuri Fink seems to be in trouble again: Rusnano, which faced default in the fall, is recovering more than 9.6 million rubles from Fink Electric, a company owned by the aforementioned figure and also by Lev Leshchenko.
The plot is as follows: the state-owned company Rosnano has leased to Fink Electric a part of its building located on 60th Anniversary of October Avenue. A rhetorical question immediately arises about the legality of leasing premises and compliance with specific procedures. The tenant, as it became known, did not pay for the service. Subsequently, the debt ran up to 9.6 million rubles. The second rhetorical question arises: “Who will forgive such money?”.
Recall that the former musician and inventor Yuri Fink became widely known after a video message to President Dmitry Medvedev, in which he asked to protect him from the pressure of the raiders. There was no reaction to the speech (which is quite reasonable, since the whole background of the case is ambiguous), and the court found Fink himself guilty of fraud. In 2010, he was sentenced to 6 years in prison for fraud, 3 of which he served and was released. The reason for this was a tricky scheme for the sale of shares in the NTC Information Systems company, as a result of which he received 22 million rubles, and did not sign the relevant corporate documents requiring registration of entries in the Unified State Register of Legal Entities.
As for Lev Leshchenko, he supported the Fink Electric LLC enterprise, the general director of which was his friend Yuri Fink, and invested in this business.
Also, Lev (Valeryanovich) is one of the owners of a furniture factory in the city of Kolchugino, Vladimir Region, which he acquired in 2001. According to data for 2017, the company’s income amounted to more than 2.3 million rubles. The factory grew, and it began to be serviced by Vladimirsky LPK LLC, which is engaged in logging. The profit of the limited liability company reached 1.2 million for the said year.
It is known that initially Leshchenko became the founder of the company, and the nephew of the singer Andrey Chusovsky, who previously worked at Spetsinvestbank, was the general director. Speaking about the turnover of the enterprise back in 2009, the relatives called different numbers: the nephew was talking about 400 million, and the uncle was talking about an amount that was three times less.