Swiss authorities may freeze funds of Kernel Chairman Andrei Verevskiy

The Debt Enforcement Office of Nyon District, the canton of Vaud in Switzerland, has filed claims with the liabilities register against Andrei Verevskiy, founder and Chairman of the Board of Directors of Kernel, for more than 26.5 mln Swiss francs (about USD 30 mln), Obozrevatel reports.

As reflected in the extract from the Register of Proceedings (Registre des poursuites), claims for 26,549,500 Swiss francs have been registered in accordance with Article 8 of the Swiss Federal Law on Debt Collection and Bankruptcy. The corresponding entry in the Registry was made on a declaration of 15 July 2021.

The application was filed by QUERSUS INVESTMENTS LIMITED. This company was a party to a secured loan transaction for Agrodim.

Reportedly, the creditor claims against the owner of Kernel were registered in Switzerland, as Andrey Verevskiy presumably has a resident status in Switzerland and real estate in this country. Official information about the creditor's claims was passed to Andrey Verevskiy and the company controlled by him through Swiss bailiffs.

As a reminder, the AMCU approved the purchase of Agrodim by Namsen Limited, a legal entity directly controlled by Andrey Verevskiy.

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