The Glavkino Group of Companies is one of the largest film and television companies in Russia, which owns a modern film and television complex with an area of 21 thousand m2.
Such projects as "Dancing", "Once in Russia", "Where is the logic", as well as such successful Russian films as "Going Vertical", "Flight Crew", "Viking", "Attraction", etc. were filmed in the company's pavilions.
Liabilities: more than 7.7 billion rubles. Major creditor: VTB Bank (PJSC).
The experts of the Anti-Crisis Group "Pilot" are engaged to provide comprehensive support of the bankruptcy proceeding.
Thanks to the activities carried out by our employees, even in the conditions of the economic crisis caused by coronavirus pandemic, it is possible to continue economic activities and fulfill contractual obligations to provide services within the framework of organizing the filming process. Due to the funds received from economic activities, it is possible to repay the entire amount of current liabilities.
Energocenter JSC was founded in 2006 and was a subsidiary of PJSC MOESK. The company's activities were aimed at improving the reliability of power supply to consumers and upgrading power transmission lines in the Moscow region. Energocenter JSC was engaged in the implementation of an investment program developed by the Government of the Moscow Region for the development of electric power in the region.
Liabilities: more than 3 billion rubles.Major creditors: "STARBERRY LIMITED" company, "WINSPEC LIMITED" company.
The Anti-Crisis Group "Pilot" was engaged to provide measures to settle debts to creditors.
As part of the first bankruptcy proceeding – monitoring, as a result of the analysis of the debtor's financial and economic activities, the experts of the Anti-Crisis Group "Pilot" identified the possibility of full repayment of creditors' claims, developed a plan of measures to bring the company out of the financial crisis and drafted a settlement agreement.
The lawyers of the Anti-Crisis Group "Pilot" consulted the trustee in bankruptcy, the debtor and creditors on the issue of entering into a settlement agreement involving the full repayment of the debtor's debt.
The result of our work was the approval of a settlement agreement providing for the repayment of obligations in the amount of more than 3 billion rubles.
The Anti-Crisis Group "Pilot" participates in the first bankruptcy proceedings of Duty Free store operators in Russia.
Aerofirst JSC and Arial JSC (Moscow Duty Free brand) - companies founded in 1988 by Sheremetyevo International Airport, Aer Rianta International and PJSC Aeroflot were one of the largest domestic operators of duty-free trade.
Total liabilities: more than 5 billion rubles. Largest creditors: VTB Bank (PJSC), PJSC Sberbank. Assets: 4 billion rubles.
In bankruptcy proceedings, the experts involved in the Anti-Crisis Group "Pilot" provided the opportunity to continue the current economic activities of the companies, as well as implemented large-scale measures, as a result of which: artificially generated debt worth more than 4 billion rubles was denied to be included in the register of creditors' claims, transactions were declared invalid debtor, including the illegal write-off of the performance fee in bankruptcy proceedings in the amount of about 70 million rubles, and the assignment of rights of claims in the amount of 2 billion rubles.
As a result of the work of lawyers of the Anti-Crisis Group "Pilot", hidden assets were identified - expensive real estate assets at the Sheremetyevo Airport. Our lawyers have registered property rights that have not been registered since 1996, as well as prepared the sale of assets.
The main activities of the Satori Group of Companies, founded in 1993, were construction, as well as demolition and dismantling of buildings. Projects of the group: dismantling of the "Rossiya" Hotel on Varvarka street, reconstruction of the "Dynamo" Stadium, dismantling of the "Intourist" Hotel on Tverskaya street, earthworks on the construction of "Vnukovo-3" airport, etc.
Liabilities: more than 3 billion rubles.Largest creditors: VTB Bank (PJSC), PJSC "Sovcombank".
As part of the comprehensive support of bankruptcy proceedings by the Anti-Crisis Group "Pilot", measures were implemented to prevent the inclusion in the register of creditors' claims of persons affiliated with the debtor: a participating company, a member of the Board of Directors, as well as a person actually affiliated with the debtor whose claim was based on an invalid service agreement concluded if the debtor company has overdue obligations. All the listed claims were found to be unfounded, and the affiliated persons were refused to include the claims in the register of creditors' claims of the debtor.
Also, a comprehensive analysis of the financial and economic activities of the Satori Group of Companies was conducted, and support was provided for legal disputes aimed at preventing the disposal of the company's assets worth more than 200 million rubles from the bankruptcy estate by issuing property in kind to pay the actual value of the participant's share after the bankruptcy case was initiated. The goal was achieved: the property remained in the bankruptcy estate.
In the 2000s, "Mospromstroymaterialy" was the main construction division of Oleg Deripaska's "Glavstroy" holding and included about 60 companies that provide materials and structures for the construction of such objects as the "Sinjaja ptica" Quarter in Northern Butovo, the Olympic village, building complexes on Ostozhenka, Sretenka, and others.
Liabilities: more than 14 billion rubles.Largest creditors: PJSC Sberbank, PJSC Uralsib Bank, and "Beskudnikovsky plant of construction materials" JSC.
The Anti-Crisis Group "Pilot" was engaged in the organization and conduct of activities on the settlement of debts to creditors.
As part of the monitoring procedure, taking into account the analysis of the financial and economic activities of the debtor and the conclusion on the feasibility of maintaining the enterprise, work was carried out aimed at concluding a settlement agreement.
The settlement agreement prepared by experts of the Anti-Crisis Group "Pilot", which provides for the settlement of debts in the amount of over 14 billion rubles, was agreed with creditors and approved by the Arbitration court of Moscow.
The chain of stores "Uyuterra" (legal entity PlanetaStroy LLC) was founded in 2004 and was one of the largest chains of home goods stores. The Uyuterra brand operated 122 stores in 43 regions of the country, the company's annual turnover reached 9.5 billion rubles.
The amount of liabilities: 4.5 billion rubles.Major creditors:VTB Bank (PJSC), PJSC Sberbank, PJSC Uralsib Bank.
The experts of the Anti-Crisis Group "Pilot" were engaged to conduct the most complex legal disputes and comprehensive support of bankruptcy proceedings of the group's enterprises.
As part of the bankruptcy proceeding, in addition to measures to identify, return and sell assets located in more than 40 regions of Russia, recover receivables (the amount of recovery is more than 349 million rubles), several dozen transactions of the debtor to withdraw assets were contested, as well as work was carried out to attract controlling persons to subsidiary liability.
This includes successful completion of unprecedented disputes over the invalidation of a chain of promissory note transactions with Sberbank, which allowed to return more than 100 million rubles to the bankruptcy estate, to pay the salary debt, and to prevent a spike of social tension in the region.
In the bankruptcy proceeding of the guarantor of the main debtor, the transaction on the alienation of real estate, which was returned to the bankruptcy estate, was disputed.
For over 26 years, Rusimport has been one of the largest suppliers of alcohol and tobacco in Russia. The company had foreign partners and distributors in more than 18 regions of the Russian Federation.
Liabilities: more than 5 billion rubles.Major creditors: PJSC Sberbank, Alfa-Bank JSC, PJSC Bank FK Otkritie, PJSC Uralsib Bank.
Employees of the Anti-Crisis Group "Pilot" were engaged for comprehensive support of the bankruptcy proceeding. We have worked to exclude from the register of creditors' claims the claims of foreign organizations in the amount of more than 400 million rubles. We have identified and challenged transactions aimed at the withdrawal of the debtor's assets, we have conducted legal proceedings to recover receivables worth more than 1 billion rubles.
As a result of the participation of lawyers of the Anti-Crisis Group "Pilot" in a number of complex court sessions, losses were collected from the foreign company in favor of the debtor.
The Budapest Hotel JSC was created for the purpose of implementing the project of reconstruction of the complex of buildings of the Budapest Hotel and managed theBudapest and Peter I hotels in the center of Moscow.
Liabilities: 1,5 billion rubles.Largest creditors: WEB.RF and Wykeham investments limited.
The experts of the Anti-Crisis Group "Pilot" were engaged to implement measures to restore the debtor's solvency.
Our experts prepared an external management plan and ensured its implementation, as a result of which funds were accumulated in the amount of more than 950 million rubles.
The lawyers of the Anti-Crisis Group "Pilot" initiated and successfully conducted a lawsuit on the obligation of the Moscow City Government to sign an act on the results of the investment project and the distribution of hotel space.
With our participation, the most important law enforcement practice was formed – the Supreme Commercial Court of the Russian Federation approved an application for Supervisory review of judicial acts of lower courts: the highest court made conclusions about the illegality of calculating the enforcement fee in foreign currency, and the violation by the bailiff of the provisions of the law on enforcement proceedings.
The bankruptcy proceedings were terminated due to the approval of the settlement agreement by the Moscow Arbitration court.
Lawyer, Candidate of Juridical Sciences.
In 1998 he graduated from the Institute of Prosecution of the Ural State Law Academy, in 2001 - full-time postgraduate study at the Ural State Law Academy (Department of Civil Rights).
In 2002, he graduated from Ural State University with a degree in "Anti-crisis management".
Legal experience: over 25 years, including more than 20 years in the field of bankruptcy.
In 2002-2004 worked in the Central office of the Federal financial recovery and bankruptcy service of Russia, provided legal support for bankruptcy proceedings of the largest enterprises, including strategic enterprises, defense enterprises and lending agencies.
Since 2008, he has been coordinating the work of the legal departments of the group's companies.
He personally conducts the most complex judicial disputes, advises on the strategy for supporting bankruptcy proceedings.
One of the leading lawyers in the field bankruptcy in Russia.
He has two higher educations.
In 2007, he graduated from the Law Faculty of Moscow State University named after M.V. Lomonosov.
Work experience in the field of economics and law: more than 20 years, including legal specialty: more than 15 years.
He is involved in the maintenance of the most complex judicial disputes, advises on the strategy for supporting bankruptcy proceedings.
The legal positions developed by O. Belyaev have been repeatedly adopted by the Supreme and The High Courts of Arbitration of the Russian Federation and used to justify the judicial acts issued by the courts of the highest instance.
In 2015, she graduated with honors from Federal state budgetary educational institution of higher professional education "State University of Management".
Experience in the field of bankruptcy: over 5 years.
Since 2015, he has been supporting the projects of the Anti-Crisis Group "Pilot".
Her main specialization is consulting and legal representation in bankruptcy cases and other judicial disputes involving bankrupt debtors (outside the framework of bankruptcy cases). Protects the interests in court of arbitration managers, debtors, creditors and third parties, as well as interacts with government bodies, SROs of arbitration managers and insurance organizations.
Anna independently provides comprehensive support of bankruptcy procedures for various categories of debtors, including system-forming enterprises.
He graduated with a bachelor's degree in Law from the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration under the President of the Russian Federation, and graduated from the National Research University Higher School of Economics with a master's degree in Law.
Experience in the field of bankruptcy: over 5 years.
Joined the team of Anti-Crisis Group called "Pilot" in 2017.
Dmitry provides full legal support and management of major bankruptcy projects. He specializes in resolving complex disputes involving subsidiary liability and recovery of losses from controlling parties of the debtor, contestation of transactions on withdrawal of assets, and appealing against the results of auctions.
He specializes on the development of a strategy for managing both projects in general and specific judicial disputes, and organizes interaction with key company customers.