ABK: real estate of Russian debtors abroad is worth more than a billion dollars ) described the “portraits” of Russian debtors who own foreign assets. Basically, they prefer to hide their capital in Spain and Great Britain, writes RBC.
As a rule, the property of such wealthy debtors is apartments and houses in foreign countries. Foreign real estate of such debtors is worth more than a billion dollars. It is noted that the owners of British property, as a rule, did business in a number of other countries besides the UK, while Russian residents of Spain most often worked only with Spain. In addition, Spanish property owners are more likely to be married and have children.
Earlier in November, the Russian Supreme Court allowed a financial manager (FINU) to check the children of bankrupts for hiding information about real estate. In this way, the authorities want to fight the registration of property in the name of dummy owners.