Kommersant: BUM Bank arrested Telman Ismailov's two mansions in Tel Aviv
market in Moscow Telman Ismailov. With the help of residential properties, BM-Bank (part of the VTB group) plans to pay off part of the entrepreneur's debts, Kommersant reports.
According to the newspaper, the Ismailov family owns two mansions in Tel Aviv. The area of one of them reaches 534 square meters, the other – 621 square meters. Initially, the objects were assigned to the entrepreneur and his wife Samira Badalova, but later they were transferred to their son Alekper Ismailov. The real estate is estimated at three million dollars (more than 222 million rubles).
The Tel Aviv court ruled on the claim of BM-Bank. The reason for the appeal was the decision of the courts in Russia, which established that Ismailov's organizations took loans from the bank in 2012, but did not return the amount back. In total, the entrepreneur owed $ 168.8 million (13.5 billion rubles).
In September 2021, Ismailov lost a three-story villa in the city of Vallauris on the French Riviera. The property was sold at a judicial auction for 8.2 million euros (at that time 707 million rubles).
Telman Ismailov has been on the international wanted list since 2017 for organizing contract killings. According to the investigation, Ismailov, together with his brothers Rafik and Vagif, developed a plan to assassinate businessman Vladimir Savkin and the founder of Lyublino-Motors Yuri Brylev, which happened on May 15, 2016. They were shot by the killer Mehman Kerimov. Ismailov does not admit guilt in the crime imputed to him.