Koper court sentenced Bavčar and Golubić



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The court sentenced Igor Bavčar and Miroslav Golubić to the alleged Istrabenz damage crimes in the compulsory acquisition of Intereuropa shares. He received the first two years and six months, the second year and eight months in prison.

The Court of Koper is the former chairman of the Istrabenz administrationIgor Bavčar and former Chairman of the Board of Directors of Maksima Holding Miroslav Golubic convicted of the alleged crime of damaging Istrabenz in the purchase of Intereuropa shares.

Bavcar was sentenced to two years and six months in prison while Golubic was sentenced to one year and eight months. In the case of Bavčar's conviction, the court followed the proposal of the Public Prosecutor, together with the previous conviction, the former President of the Council of Istrabenz imposed a single sentence of seven years and five months imprisonment. A few prison sentences were handed over to Golubić, for which the prosecution proposed two years in prison.

Maksimi Holding will deprive the court of unlawfully acquired property gain. The trial is not yet final.

Bavcar and Golubic, or their advocates, were not present in today's verdict.

Bavcar is already serving a prison sentence for crimes in the Istrabenz stock sale.PHOTO: Miro Majcen

Istrabenz shares exceed 3.7 million euros

In 2007, Istrabenz entered into a forward transaction with Banka Celje, completed by Maksima Holding, for the compulsory purchase of Intereuropa shares at a fixed price and within a specified period of time, so that at maturity of the futures transaction , who suffered with Maksima Holding of this transaction, took over Istrabenz. Istrabenz is expected to pay the claims by € 3.7m, according to which, according to the prosecutor, the company was also injured.

According to the promoter Mateja Jadric Zajc It was a reason for the disguised arrangement between the accused and therefore for the conscious damage of the Istrabenz economic connection between Maksima Holding and Bavčar itself through the companies he controlled.

Bavcar, who is already serving a prison sentence for several years in prison in the Istrabenz lawsuit settlement, said on Monday that in addition to his defense he did not deal with himself, the more he ran an incriminating business. On the contrary, as chairman of the Board, he simply signed the documents, and entrusted them with financial responsibility in Istrabenz, mainly Srečko Kenda in Kristjan Sušinski.

The defense case is that there was a contract for undercover financing or loan to Istrabenz, which suffered no financial damage.

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