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Fuks Pavel Yakovlevich


Pavel Fuks is a world-famous swindler. He embezzled money from the Kyiv metro, and hired an American lawyer to "get away with it." He laundered money on tender purchases for a hospital and on the construction of skyscrapers in Russia, for which he became a great collector of criminal cases. And so that he would not be caught, he returned to Ukraine. Also, based on the investigations of journalists, it can be argued that Pavel Fuks is friends with Igor Kolomoisky and not just friendship, but some kind of business plans, it’s even scary to imagine what. And also in close relations with Alexander Granovsky ("Bloc of Petro Poroshenko"), Arsen Avakov. The Fuchs family does not deny themselves anything. Both the wife and daughter love expensive branded items and vacations at elite resorts abroad.

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Pavel Yakovlevich Fuchs

Official biography

Date of birth: 10/27/1971 Pavel Yakovlevich Fuks is a Ukrainian and Russian businessman, philanthropist, founder of the development company Mos City Group. Born on October 27, 1971 in Kharkiv In 1994 he graduated from Kharkiv National University of Construction and Architecture (specialty “Economic and social planning” of the faculty “Finance and credit”). At the same time, in 1992-1994, he worked as an adviser to the general director of the joint Soviet-American enterprise Trade House Intrada. From 1997 to 2003 he continued his studies at the correspondence department of the Russian Academy of Economics named after. D. AT. Plekhanov, at the faculty of “World Economy”. Career. Worked in finance, wholesale trade. From 1995 to 1999 he was an adviser to the chairman of the board of JSCB “Prominvestbank”. In 1999-2000 – Vice-President of CJSC “Foreign Economic Corporation”. In 2002 he entered the development business. Among the first projects is the Kaluga shopping center. In the same year, together with the head of Ingeocom, Mikhail Rudyak, he founded the company Ingeocom-invest and became chairman of the board of directors (until 2004). In 2004-2006, he was the general director of his own company ZAO Techinvest. In 2006, he founded Mos City Group OJSC, which by the beginning of 2008 had collected a portfolio of projects of about 7 million square meters.. m, including several skyscrapers in Moscow City, namely the Imperial Tower (280 thousand. m²) and Eurasia Tower (211 thousand. m²) and became one of the largest development companies. In autumn 2007, MCG acquired the Aerostar Hotel on Leningradsky Prospekt in Moscow. MosCityGroup was a minority owner of OAO Sports Complex “Olympiysky” and claimed to buy the share of the city of Moscow in the sports complex. Since 2009, Fuchs has been a member of the board of directors of the Olimpiyskiy Sports Complex.. But in May 2014, Pavel Fuks sold his 27.5% stake in the Olimpiysky sports complex to Dmitry Shumkov. In 2008, he became a member of the Board of the Union of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs of Russia. In June 2008, he negotiated with current US President Donald Trump on the construction of Trump Tower in Moscow, but the businessmen did not come to a mutually beneficial agreement. Since 2010, Pavel Fuks has been the majority shareholder of Sovcombank, he owned a 21.83% stake. In March 2015, he sold his stake, which was valued at $80 million.. When bought by Pavel Fuks, Sovcombank was in 98th place in the rating of Russian banks, and at the time of the sale, the bank moved to 19th place in the national ranking of Russian banks RAEX and was in the top 5 in terms of return on capital. Fuchs was called one of the most likely buyers of Prominvestbank, controlled by the Russian Vnesheconombank. However, the businessman failed to get approval from the NBU.


Pavel Fuks was repeatedly included in the rating of billionaires of the magazine “Finance”. In 2011, he took 150th place in the rating of Russian billionaires, with a 0 * label (creating a business from scratch) and an estimated capital of $ 0.74 billion. The sphere of interests of the businessman includes the development, banking business and the oil and gas industry. In 2017, according to the Focus magazine rating, Pavel Fuks took 24th position in the ranking of the 100 richest people in Ukraine with a fortune of $ 270 million. According to media reports, he is one of the contenders for the purchase of the Ukrainian subsidiary of VEB, Prominvestbank. The Antimonopoly Committee received a petition from the founder of the development company MosCityGroup, Pavel Fuks, to purchase more than 25% of the bank.

A family.

Wife – Tatyana Fuks – founder and owner of the jewelry brand TAJ. Raises four children. In July 2016, Pavel's daughter Anastasia Fuchs married a British millionaire with Lebanese roots Massoud Abdelhafid.

Not official biography:

Speculator and intermediary

Pavel Fuks, a graduate of the Kharkiv National University of Construction and Architecture, made his first money on speculation in the early 1990s. More than ten years ago, in an interview with a Forbes correspondent, he recalled that one of his first commercial operations was the sale of Winston cigarettes. Together with partners, Fuchs bought a batch of cigarettes for $200,000, and by the time the delivery reached Kharkov, due to inflation, its cost had almost tripled. In 1992, 20-year-old Fuchs got a job as an adviser to the general director of the Intrada Trading House company.. This company supplied office equipment and computers to Ukraine. The position was formal, Fuks explained in an interview with the Ukrainian edition of Economic Truth in 2019.. He could not remember the details of those years and the names of partners, citing the fact that at that time he was actively engaged in boxing.

In 1994, Fuchs moved to Moscow and founded his own company, Soyuz Invest, which, as he recalled in an interview with Economic Pravda, sold alcohol and vodka in addition to technology. Over time, the scale of the business grew – Fuchs began to participate in the chains of mutual settlements between former Soviet industrial enterprises. For example, he participated in barter deals between the structures of Gazprom and the Belarusian Beltransgaz. Fuchs told a Forbes correspondent that the Belarusian company often paid Gazprom with products, for example, fabrics or furniture.. If Gazprom refused to accept such payment, the “illiquid assets” had to be resold, and with the proceeds to buy something that interested the gas monopoly. Another counterparty of Fuchs was the Russian manufacturer of nuclear fuel, the TVEL concern, whose enterprises were not always able to pay suppliers. Fuchs supplied them with oil products or coal on credit. One day, TVEL enterprises were unable to pay Fuchs on time, and he came to negotiate at the head office of the holding. They referred to a large debt that TVEL does not return the operator of Ukrainian nuclear power plants Energoatom. “I came to the main office, and they say: “Khokhols don’t pay us,” Fuks recalled.. – I say: “These are my countrymen”. As a result, I bought from them $60 or $62 million of Energoatom's debts to TVEL. After that, Fuchs moved to Kyiv for several months and was able to ensure that the largest debtors of Energoatom paid off with him.. To do this, I had to meet with Yulia Tymoshenko, who in December 1999 took over the post of Deputy Prime Minister of Ukraine and began to oversee the fuel and energy complex. Fuchs recalled that he demanded that Tymoshenko transfer the debts of the largest industrial enterprises of Ukraine to him and even resorted to blackmail. Just at that time, the Zaporozhye NPP was supposed to change spent nuclear fuel for fresh – for this purpose, TVEL sent a special car with fuel elements to Ukraine. Fuchs allegedly made the car stop at the border. “As a result, I got the opportunity to collect money from industrial consumers of electricity,” Fuchs argued.. At the same time, he met businessman Igor Kolomoisky, whose enterprises demanded a 10% discount from Fuchs.. Fuchs relented, and a friendship developed between the businessmen. .


According to Fuchs, Mikhail Rudyak, the founder of Ingeokom, opened the way to development for him.. Businessmen met in 1998 and for a long time “just talked”. In 2003, Fuchs invited Rudyak to join forces. At that time, Fuchs already had modest experience in development – he built two cottage villages on Rublyovka. The partners created the Engeokom-Invest company on a parity basis, to which Rudyak transferred two sites – business center construction projects on Paveletskaya and Bolotnaya squares. Another partner of Fuchs was businessman Alexander Ter-Avanesov, who in 2006 became a senator from the Kostroma region. Together with Ter-Avanesov, Fuchs invested in the construction of the Kaluga shopping center, they were also co-owners of the Techinvest company, which in 2002 became the developer of one of the plots on the territory of the future Moscow City. As Fuchs said, he was persuaded to take up this project by the vice-mayor of Moscow, Iosif Ordzhonikidze.. He allegedly looked for an investor for the last unoccupied site in the future business center (N12) and first offered it to Rudyak, and after the founder of Ingeokom refused, he met Fuchs several times. In an interview with Forbes, Fuchs said that for a long time he doubted whether it was worth taking on the project – then almost no one believed in the idea of Moscow City. But I decided to take a chance. Techinvest paid the Moscow government about $7 million for the option for the right to build up plot N12. “We were among the pioneers of Moscow City along with such companies as Mirax Group, Enka, Capital Group. They adopted foreign experience in New York and Canada, ”Fuchs later boasted. Soon another partner appeared in the project. In 2003, the former Minister of Energy, Industry and Trade of Kazakhstan, Mukhtar Ablyazov, moved to Moscow.. At home, Ablyazov owned the largest Kazakh bank TuranAlem (renamed BTA Bank in 2008), in Russia he began to build the Eurasia development group. On one of the projects, as Kommersant wrote, Ablyazov met Fuchs – a partnership began between the businessmen. “When he entered the Moscow market, he did not have significant projects, but he had money. I decided to share the risks, ”Fuchs explained.. Ablyazov entered the project of a shopping center on Paveletskaya Square (before that, Fuchs and Ter-Avanesov bought it from Rudyak), and also became a co-owner of Techinvest, having invested $ 150 million in the construction of a 70-story skyscraper in Moscow City. It was Ablyazov who came up with the idea to name the skyscraper “Eurasia”. Eurasia Tower [/ caption] In 2006, Ter-Avanesov went to work in the Federation Council. They divided the assets with Fuchs and the latter created the MosCityGroup group. Before that, the partners entered into another project in Moscow City, having bought in 2005 a stake in the Aqua City Palace company, which was supposed to build a water park on site N14. Over time, the idea of a water park was abandoned – MosCityGroup began to build a 60-story Empire tower on the site. The developer was the Flainer City company, which was owned in half by MosCityGroup and the Cypriot offshore Valtania. In 2011, Vedomosti wrote that Valtania represents the interests of the former head of administration and son-in-law of President Boris Yeltsin, Valentin Yumashev.. At the same time, in an interview with Forbes, the head of the Russian representative of Valtania and the husband of Aunt Yumashev, Oleg Grankin, denied this information and called himself the sole owner of the offshore. Grankin said that he entered the project in 2005 at the invitation of Fuchs, who needed help in raising funding. As a result, the partners were able to get a loan of 4.5 billion rubles from VTB Bank. Towers “Eurasia” and “Empire” were the largest, but not the only projects of Fuchs in Moscow. By the end of the 2000s, MosCityGroup owned the Aerostar, Budapest and Peter I hotels, as well as a minority stake in the Olimpiysky sports complex, planned to build up the area around the Expocentre, built the Sky House residential complex on Mytnaya Street and an elite village in Istra near Moscow. Fuchs acquired the last two projects from Capital Group in 2008. At the same time, the businessman seriously thought about the IPO of MosCityGroup and, in an interview with a Forbes correspondent, said that he was counting on the interest of investors from the USA, Great Britain and Asia. In 2010, Fuchs also entered the capital of Sovcombank brothers Dmitry and Sergey Khotimsky and their partners, buying about 21%. The bank was familiar to the developers of Moscow City and even supported some of the Mirax Group projects of Sergei Polonsky. Due to difficulties, Sovcombank shareholders eventually received a pool of apartments in the Federation Tower. The Khotimsky brothers in an interview with Forbes said that Fuchs, having become a shareholder of Sovcombank, repeatedly tried to get funding for his development projects in it, but was refused.. And soon his business empire began to crumble.


Like many capital developers, Fuchs was hit by the crisis of 2008-2009. But Fuchs's partner in the Eurasia tower, Mukhtar Ablyazov, was the first to run into problems.. In early 2009, the Kazakh government nationalized BTA Bank, which it capitalized during the crisis, and the local prosecutor general's office opened a criminal case against Ablyazov on suspicion of misappropriation and embezzlement of other people's property. The ex-minister fled from persecution in the UK, accusing Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev of seizing his property worth $10 billion. Fuchs had to complete the construction of “Eurasia” alone. He bought BTA Bank's share in the project for $50 million. But due to financial problems, the construction of a skyscraper erected up to the 44th floor was stopped.. In 2011, Sberbank demanded that Fuchs return a loan of 5 billion rubles, issued in 2008 for the construction of Eurasia. Payments of about $ 200 million were demanded by Alfa-Bank – Fuks took this loan in 2008 to buy more than 500 hectares of land in Istra from Capital Group. Problems have not bypassed the tower “Empire”. In 2012, Fuchs' Flainer City developer withdrew from a shared construction agreement, according to which it was supposed to transfer premises in the building to Grankin's offshore company Filtrand Properties, which delayed financing of the project. In response, Filtrand Properties went to court. Fuks' debt to Sberbank was eventually bought out by the structures of billionaire Suleiman Kerimov, who soon became the main owner of the Eurasia tower. It was possible to sign a settlement agreement with Alfa-Bank, according to which Fuchs undertook to pay off the debt by the end of 2012. For this, I had to sell land in Istra. Proceedings with Grankin's Filtrand Properties also ended in an amicable agreement, and by 2015 Fuchs had sold his stake in Empire to the Solvers group of Oleg Malis. At the same time, he left the capital of Sovcombank and, having got rid of almost all assets, returned to Ukraine. Fuchs estimated the amount of debt that he had to repay due to the crisis by selling assets at $650 million.

Friendship with Gennady Kernes and Mikhail Dobin.

According to Fuchs himself, he started his first business back in the Soviet school: he resold his classmates for 50 kopecks apiece imported cigarettes, which he allegedly bought for 3 rubles per pack from a doorman at Intourist. And yet, Fuchs assures, at the same time he began his long-term friendship with Gennady Kernes and Mikhail Dobkin. In the 80s, Fuchs's parents had a private house on the outskirts of Kharkov (Deputatskaya street, already near Logachovka) and an apartment on Saltovka, in a multi-storey building No. 11 on Korchagintsev street. The latter is located just a few hundred meters from house No. 2-a on Eideman Street, where at that time Mikhail Dobkin lived with his parents. And although there was a two-year difference between the boys, they could well go to the same school and even be friends. Could, if not for one “but”: in this triangle, the problematic corner was Gennady Kernes, who then lived in New Houses (Newton, 129). It would be problematic for Fuchs to be friends with both Dobkin and Kernes at the same time, because then these two existed in parallel universes. And the case was not in the eyes (Kernec was 10 years older than Dobkina and 12 years older than Fukka). Прocтo Мишa Дoбкин был пoклaдиcтым пoдрocткoм, пoмoгaющим oтцу cнaчaлa в мaгaзинe, a пoтoм в кooпeрaтивe, a Гeннaдий Кeрнec был тoгдa eгo прoтивoпoлoжнocтью — уличным «кидaлoй» Гeпoй, кoтoрый co cвoeй шaйкoй тo крутил нaпeрcтки, тo пoджидaл вoзлe aвтoмaгaзинa нeзaдaчливыx лoxoв. As they say, the prince and the pauper! Therefore, a logical conclusion arises that Pavlik Fuks then “hung out” with someone. According to one of the versions (they tell different things about the young years of Fukka), Pavlik first became friends with Dobkin, and only then through him “went out” to Gepa. For which he followed, carried away by the dashing romance of the “tough guys”. And now it's all coming together. After all, Fuchs strongly lies about his super-profitable speculation with cigarettes (he claimed that he sold two packs a day). Бeзуcлoвнo, у xaрькoвcкиx мaльчишeк ceрeдины 80-x был oгрoмный интeрec к импoртным cигaрeтaм, нo прoдaвaть пo пoлтиннику зa штуку мoжнo былo тoлькo «ocoбыe» — a иx пoкупaли лишь пoпрoбoвaть или «пoриcoвaтьcя», тaк чтo бoйкoй тoргoвли cрeди нeбoгaтыx oднoклaccникoв у Фукca нe былo would. И eщe oднa дeтaль: швeйцaры «Интуриcтa» тoгдa c xoду oтшивaли прocящиx прoдaть cигaрeты и жвaчку пoдрocткoв, купить иx тaм мoгли тoлькo cвoи люди — oчeнь xoрoшиe знaкoмыe и рeгулярныe мeлкooптoвыe пoкупaтeли, тo ecть фaрцoвщики. Some of the goods were “gifted” by the peddlers to street gopniks like Gepa and his team, which also included teenage high school students. And an important final touch – Pavlik Fuchs was seriously engaged in boxing in his youth. Thus, the following picture arises: high school student Pavel Fuks was hanging out with Gepa's gop company, from here some imported goods (cigars, chewing gum) appeared on his hands. In addition, the boys of Gepa did not live in poverty at all, since they regularly “hit a penny” in a variety of ways. But Pavel Fuchs prudently keeps silent about the details of their activities, so as not to compromise either himself or his friend Kernez.


The 49-year-old founder of the large construction company Mos City Group, Ukrainian Pavel Fuks, is a defendant in two criminal cases at once, initiated in 2018 with an interval of several months by the Investigation Department of the Ministry of Internal Affairs and the Ministry of Internal Affairs for the Central District of Moscow. In the first one, we are talking about a particularly large-scale fraud in the field of lending (h. 4 Art. 159.1 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation). According to investigators, together with the former owner of the Russian International Bank (RMB), former musician Alexei Kurochkin, Mr. Fuchs stole $10 million from this credit institution.. The money, as the police found out, was withdrawn from the bank according to the standard scheme – by issuing loans to legal entities that did not carry out any financial and economic activities. Revoking the license from RMB in September 2017, the regulator noted that the very business model of this bank “was largely focused on high-risk lending to borrowers, including non-residents associated with the ultimate beneficiaries of the credit institution”. Mr. Kurochkin, who has long lived in the United States, as well as Pavel Fuks, who left for Ukraine, was arrested in absentia. The second case is being investigated on the fact of deception of equity holders who invested in the construction of the capital's residential complex Sky House on Mytnaya Street. According to investigators, the structures of Pavel Fuks managed to withdraw 7.2 billion rubles attracted for the construction of this facility.

“Residence Crystal Istra”

The new case of the 48-year-old developer Pavel Fuks is connected with the theft of money during the construction of an elite village near Moscow on the banks of the Istra River – “Crystal Istra Residence” on Novorizhskoye Highway. In 2007, the project was launched by MosCityGroup of Mr. Fuchs and his partner Bekbolat Bekenov. It was planned to build 157 residential buildings on 90 hectares, as well as social infrastructure facilities, including a gymnasium school for 275 students, a fitness center and even a ski slope. A recreation area was to appear on the banks of the Istra, and a natural and recreational area on the territory of the complex itself. It should be noted that in the same 2007, the concept of the project received the prestigious national architectural award ARX Awards as the best premium country village in Russia.. One hectare of land in it was sold at a price of $ 45 thousand. up to $70 thousand. In total, three dozen people managed to purchase real estate in Crystal Istra. However, as it turned out, for 13 years the company of Mr. Fuchs did not fulfill its obligations to investors.. Of the $100 million collected from clients for the land, only about $15 million was invested in the business. In the course of the investigation launched by the Moscow Region police into fraud on an especially large scale (h. 4 Art. 159 of the Criminal Code of the Russian Federation) it turned out that most of the money was immediately withdrawn to offshore companies controlled by Mr. Fuchs and Bekenov in Cyprus and the British Virgin Islands.. At the same time, the alleged scammers did not plan to invest in the infrastructure of the village, which is still missing, as the investigation established.. The lands intended for this, they allegedly were also going to sell out corny.

Prigozhin, Kadashev, Fuchs: who makes billions in tenders for the First City Hospital in Moscow

Purchases of the First City Hospital went to firms associated with offshore companies. For example, Firma Finko LLC won the auction of State Clinical Hospital No. 1 for the supply of consumables, suture materials and disposable instruments for the operating unit for 65 million rubles. The sole owner and CEO of the company is Dmitry Vetchinkin. The hospital spent a similar amount in 2018 on contracts for the rental of bed linen and gowns. The contract was awarded to dry-cleaning company Viga-65, which, through the company Business Service, is 3% owned by the former top manager of LUKOIL, Eduard Bouquet, and 97% owned by the Cypriot Marina Enterprises Company Ltd.. Its owners are registered in the British Virgin Islands: 30% – from Infinity Investments Ventures Ltd, 70% – from MCG International Holding Limited. The latter is associated with the Ukrainian billionaire Pavel Fuks.

Involvement in the “billions of Yanukovych”

The Prosecutor General's Office published on its website a summons, according to which citizen Fuchs Pavel Yakovlevich must appear at the investigative department of the Department of Particularly Important Cases of the Department of International Legal Cooperation of the GPU at 15:00. August 22, 2018. “to participate in the interrogation in criminal proceedings No. 42017000000001533 as a witness”. Digging through the register of court decisions, you can find that the proceedings under this number were opened on May 18, 2017. and is being investigated by the above-mentioned division of the GPU “on the facts of assistance by unidentified persons to the activities of a criminal organization”. According to investigators, this assistance was provided “by obstructing the execution of a court decision regarding the special confiscation of property (money) belonging to a criminal organization”. We are talking about the very special confiscation of “Yanukovych's billions”, which, according to Prosecutor General Yuriy Lutsenko, replenished the state budget by $ 1.5 billion. Fuchs was already summoned for questioning in this criminal proceeding on July 16, but he did not appear. Repeated failure to appear on August 22 would mean that he has serious problems in relations with the GPU. However, Fuchs hastened to assure that he would come. “The fact that I need to come for interrogation to the Prosecutor General's Office on July 16 as a witness, I learned from the headlines of the media when the interrogation did not take place. I did not receive a summons, I was not informed in any of the possible ways. The new date is August 22, I will definitely be at the GPU, where I will answer all the questions of the investigation,” he wrote in his Telegram channel. We emphasize that Fuchs is going through this proceedings as a witness, and not as a suspect. But it is possible that the interrogations will encourage him to become more cautious politically.

Special permits for gas production

February 2017. Ekonomicheskaya Pravda reported that over the past two years, Pavel Fuks has bought up a bunch of Ukrainian gas companies from Yanukovych's energy favorites Eduard Stavytsky and Yuriy Boyko.. In particular, from Boyko and his business partners Yuliy Ioffe and Ivan Fursin, Fuks' structures were completely bought out by DV Oil and Gas Production Company LLC and 51% of Devon PJSC. Stavytsky has 67% of Golden Derrick LLC (the remaining 33% is owned by the state represented by NJSC Nadra Ukrainy) and 22.5% of Ukrnefteburenie Mining Company PJSC. DV Oil and Gas Production Company in April 2012. received a concession for the heat and power plant “Eskhar” in Kharkiv. The remaining three of the four companies acquired by Fuchs – Ukrnefteburenie, Golden Derrick and Devon – were known as participants in one highly profitable project – the development of the Sakhalin field in the Kharkiv region. This is the largest hydrocarbon field in Ukraine, its proven reserves are 15 billion cubic meters.. m of gas, 1.7 million tons of condensate and about the same amount of oil. In addition, Golden Derrick at that time had licenses for the production of shale gas at the Novo-Dikanskaya area in the Poltava region, natural gas and oil – at the Popasnyansko-Samarskaya and Severno-Pereshchepinskaya areas in the Dnepropetrovsk region. October 2017. it turned out that five more licenses were added to these three – for the development of the Yuzhno-Svistunovsky gas field in the Poltava region, the Olshansky area with shale gas reserves, the Runovshchinsky natural gas field, the Flerovsko-Yubileynaya gas area and the Gulakovsky shale gas field. Meanwhile, Golden Derrick changed its name to East Europe Petroleum LLC (East Europe Petroleum LLC), with the same ownership structure (33% from Nadra Ukrainy NJSC, 67% from the Cypriot company Hartlog Limited owned by Fuchs). And in November 2017. it became known that East Europe Petroleum received 11 more special permits for the development of new licensed areas in the Poltava region. On this, the appetites and financial possibilities of Fuchs were not exhausted.. July 12, 2018. The Poltava Regional Council, in response to the appeals of the State Service of Geology and Subsoil of Ukraine, agreed on the granting of 14 special permits to several mining companies for the use of subsoil in the region. Of these 14 special permits, 10 – for geological exploration and pilot development with further production (industrial development) of natural gas, oil, shale gas – were received by East Europe Petroleum. This will allow it to start the process of drilling new wells already this year.

Pavel Fuks embezzled billions from the Kyiv metro and attracted Trump's lawyer

The company controlled by Fuchs continues to “bleed” the Kyiv metro, which could lead to its bankruptcy. In addition to gigantic payments on non-existent debt, more than 500 million hryvnias could go into the pocket of the oligarch. In 2009-2010, Fuchs's company leased 100 wagons to the subway at an exorbitant price, and in 2016 demanded a fine, penalty and “adjustment” for a total amount of about UAH 1.96 billion. Of this amount, UAH 774 million. — the principal debt under the agreement, taking into account penalties, interest for the use of the leased asset, as well as inflation charges. Almost another 1.2 billion is the result of the same adjustment factor included in the contract after it was signed. The scheme hits not only the utility company, but also the wallets of everyone who goes down to the metropolitan metro. In fact, people have to pay a “tax” every time for the scam of Pavel Fuks. It was decided to legalize such a scheme, cover it up by the decision of the Kyiv City Council. And in July 2018, the Kyiv City Council decided to restructure the non-existent debt of the Kyiv Metro to Ukrrosleasing. Then a settlement agreement was concluded and a payment schedule was determined. As of today, UAH 1 billion 630 million has already been paid to the Austro-Hungarian Leasing Company (formerly Ukrroslizing). This follows from the responses received by the editors to information requests to the Kyiv Metro, the Department of Transport Infrastructure and the Department of Finance of the KSCA — fulfillment of obligations under the contract dated July 16, 2009 No. 16-Upr-09 — 817 million 147 thousand were transferred. UAH – written off from the account of the Kyiv Metropolitan KP (as part of the implementation of the court decision) – 304 million 519 thousand. UAH, including the enforcement fee of 30 million 451 thousand – allocated from the budget of Kyiv to pay off the debt – 478 million 277 thousand. UAH In total, as a result of the scam, 1 billion 630 million hryvnias have already gone. And in accordance with the settlement agreement, which was approved by a court decision in the fall of 2018 and a schedule of debt payments was determined, in 2019 the Austro-Hungarian Leasing Company should receive more than 900 million hryvnias. But that's not all. In the Unified Register of Court Decisions, the decision of the Economic Court of Kyiv appeared with a great delay. It turns out that more than 520 million hryvnias may soon go in favor of the “extortion company”!

Mikitas and Fuchs wanted to ruin Ukrzaliznytsia: the media revealed the details of the conspiracy

A people's deputy from the “Will of the People” and a scandalous capital developer associated with the company “Ukrbud”, Maxim Mykytas is a business partner of the notorious Russian-Ukrainian oligarch Pavel Fuks. In particular, Fuchs, together with Mikitas, wanted to buy Prominvestbank, a subsidiary of the Russian Vnesheconombank, in 2017, but the NBU did not allow the deal due to the fact that they did not provide documents to check potential investors for the requirements of Ukrainian legislation. As the media found out, Fuchs and Mikitas, through the purchase of Prominvestbank, wanted to become the largest creditors of PJSC Ukrzaliznytsia, and at the expense of UZ help Putin's bank withdraw money from Ukraine.


Businessman and philanthropist Pavel Fuks declared income in the amount of UAH 199 million 759 thousand. for 2018. At the same time, 31 million 289 thousand hryvnias of taxes and another 2 million 996 thousand hryvnias of military duty were paid to the country's budget. Pavel Fuks was repeatedly included in the rating of billionaires of the magazine “Finance”. In 2011, he took 150th place in the rating of Russian billionaires, with a 0 * label (creating a business from scratch) and an estimated capital of $ 0.74 billion. The sphere of interests of the businessman includes the development, banking business and the oil and gas industry. In 2017, according to the Focus magazine rating, Pavel Fuks took the 24th position in the ranking of the 100 richest people in Ukraine with a fortune of $ 270 million. According to media reports, he is one of the contenders for the purchase of the Ukrainian subsidiary of VEB, Prominvestbank. The Antimonopoly Committee received from the founder of the development company MosCityGroup Pavel Fuks a petition to purchase more than 25% of the bank. Has a land plot on Rybalsky Island. According to rumors, the Oasis residential complex is now being built on this territory. Cars: “Mercedes-Benz A117AK99 (AA0006VR) ,Mitsubishi montero H112HH77, Land Rover H750RU97, Mercedes-Benz T084NK97 ,Mercedes-Benz G500 A543MO77 , Audi Q7 B337HA177 , MERCEDES-BENS 600E17 A076MM BENCES SL95

Campaigning on Election Day

A photo of Pavel Fuks appeared on the Internet with a ballot in which there is a tick for Zelensky. The court recognized this as an administrative violation, and awarded a fine.


Pavel Fuks is an insatiable oligarch, he is never enough. He is a top notch scammer. It is not for nothing that he has been friends with Gennady Kernes since childhood, he had someone to study with. Real estate fraud, money laundering through offshore companies is a typical scheme of most oligarchs, including Fuchs. In addition, it is possible that he is a Russian spy, because there are too many mysterious incidents and deaths around him. Journalists believe that he was involved in the assassination attempt on Gennady Kernes.

Личные данные

Wife - Tatyana Fuks - founder and owner of the jewelry brand TAJ. daughter Anastasia, and 3 more children
belongs to the Russian authorities
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Адрес прописки:
Kharkiv, Korchagintsev 11