December 14, Solomenskiy district court of Kyiv instituted proceedings against Igor Kolomoisky to NBU, PrivatBank, Ministry of Finance, Kroll Associates U.K. LLP, AlixPartners Services UK LLP, Hogan Lovells International LLP, LTD asters KONSALT, OOO asters, OOO Alixpartners (Ukraine) to invalidate contracts and termination.
Writes Finbalance, Kolomoisky in its lawsuit asks the court to declare null and void from the moment of conclusion of the agreement between the NBU companies Kroll Associates U.K. Services Limited and AlixPartners UK LLP on the provision of Advisory services.
He also asks to nullify the contract between the Services AlixPartners UK LLP and asters consult on the provision of legal services), as well as between PrivatBank and Hogan Lovells International LLP, its subsidiaries and/or affiliates and / or representatives.
In addition, Kolomoisky asks the court to stop the action of defendants “unlawful processing of personal data I. Kolomoisky.”
15 Dec Solomensky district court of Kiev satisfied the statement Kolomoisky on the claim and banned PrivatBank, Finance, consultants, legal advisors or other persons who provide services to PrivatBank, NBU, Ministry of Finance to comply with the terms, requirements and any other provisions of any treaties, agreements, contracts, leases and any other transactions concluded with the NBU, PrivatBank, Ministry of Finance, which directly or indirectly relate to or affect the rights or interests of Kolomoisky.
The decree comes into force from the date of publication and is subject to immediate execution, and appeal shall not suspend its execution.
As the newspaper notes, referred to the company-defendants involved in the process of forensic audit of PrivatBank, which, in accordance with the Memorandum with the IMF, was to be completed before the end of September.
The Deputy head of the NBU Ekaterina Rozhkova during a press conference on 18 December noted that the Kolomoisky claims “it’s a sign of weakness and fear that the results of cooperation with Kroll and AlexPartners was very unpleasant for the former shareholders.”