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Former member of parliament, Ukraine (2006-2014)

Anton Prigodsky

Related to  Ukraine Malta
Data from: Paradise Papers
Anton Prigodsky, a business executive, was a member of the Ukrainian parliament from 2006 to 2014, and served on the Parliamentary Committee on Transport and Communications. Before entering politics, he was also the director of Embrol Ukraine Ltd., a company engaged in coal and coke production and railway transportation. Prigodsky is a close friend of former president Viktor Yanukovych, according to Ukrainian media reports.

In the data

Prigodsky is listed as the sole shareholder of TUC Ltd., a company registered in Malta in 2013, the principal activity of which is to “carry out shipping activities,” including the acquisition of vessels.

According to a TUC financial statement filed in 2015, as of Dec. 31, 2014, the company’s assets were valued at about $6.6 million and consisted of a vessel under construction. It also reported a loss of about $25,100, which allowed it to pay no income taxes for 2014, according to the document. The file also shows that TUC agreed in July 2015 to lease the Santa Maria T, a 120-foot motor yacht built in the Netherlands, to an unnamed user.

According to Malta registry files in December 2015, Prigodsky became a shareholder of Ala Int. Ltd., a company that was incorporated in 2011 and listed several lines of business, including agriculture, property management and acquiring intellectual property rights.

Response

Prigodsky did not respond to a request for comment from ICIJ media partner in Ukraine Slidstvo.Info.

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