Co-owners of NCC demanded 770 million rubles. from the president of the company

Co-owners of the National Computer Corporation (NCC) Evgeny Lachkov and Leonid Goldenberg (each owning 32% of the authorized capital) sent a pre-search statement to the president of the company, Alexander Kalinin (33%). They demand to pay them 130.4 million rubles each, and 509.5 million rubles. the NCC itself.

Messrs. Lachkov and Goldenberg intend to go to court if Mr. Kalinin does not satisfy their demands, a lawyer representing them told Vedomosti. The claims relate to changes in the charter of the Aquarius group of companies (owned by NCC). The amendments block transactions with Aquarius securities without the consent of all shareholders.

The vice-president of the NCC, the son of Alexander Kalinin, Aleksey, considers the claims to be unfounded, and the losses are unconfirmed. “To calculate their hypothetical losses, the NCC participants must prove that due to the change in corporate governance, the value of their shares has decreased,” he told Vedomosti.

The corporate conflict at NCC began in the spring. The Kalinin family wants to buy out shares from partners – Leonid Goldenberg and Evgeny Lachkov. But those, in turn, want to sell a total of 64% of the company to the co-owner of the Astra Linux group Denis Frolov, who also plans to gain control over the Baikal processor manufacturer.

On the course of the conflict – in the material of “Kommersant” “National Conflict Corporation”.