Kyiv Court of Appeals partially satisfied VTB Bank’s claim and cancelled the decision of private bailiff on initiating the enforcement proceeding dated 19 September, which was made based on the application of Niva-Tur company while executing the ruling of Kyiv Court of Appeals dated September 5 on securing a claim in respect of the ban of the bank to liquidate or reorganize the legal entity, finbalance reports.
Meanwhile, the court denied to fully satisfy the claim of VTB Bank.
In particular, the court denied the bank’s request to obligate the private bailiff to return the ruling of Kyiv Court of Appeals dated 5 September without accepting for enforcement and cancel other undertaken measures on the compulsory enforcement of the said court ruling, as “the court is not entitled to obligate to do such actions”.
It should be reminded that on September 25, the Kyiv Court of Appeals approved the petition of Former Chairman of Privatbank Alexander Dubilet and 18 companies, related with former owners of Privatbank, on recognizing and permitting enforcement of the Arbitration Court ruling (Hague) dated 2 May 2018.
In May ruling of Dutch court, it referred to the collection of $159 mln. Former Privatbank owners want to collect these amounts from RF on the Ukrainian territory.
As part of this process, on September 5, the former Privatbank owners managed to seize shares of three Ukrainian subsidiaries of Russian state banks: Prominvestbank, Sberbank and VTB Bank.
In early October, the Kolomoysky’s companies were permitted to collect $140 mln of compensation from RF.
On November 16, VTB bank introduced additional commission, amounting to 15% for cash withdrawal.