After the Krusik affair, Branko Stefanovic left the joint venture with the owner of GIM

After the media reported on the deal on ammunition trafficking in the Krusik factory in Valjevo, the father of the Minister of Interior Branko Stefanovic decided to step down as the co-owner of the company, i.e. to let Goran Todorovic, owner of the GIM Company, be the only proprietor, reports the NIN weekly.

“In addition to United BG, Todorovic and Branko Stefanovic formed another joint venture, called the WorldWide Construction and Engineering Company in January 2018, to “buy and sell their properties”. Just over a month ago, when the Krusik affair broke out, in which GIM was heavily involved, the ownership structure of this company was changed and now Goran Todorovic is its sole owner”, reveals NIN in the newest issue.

The article, which will be published in the Thursday issue, states that, before retirement, Branko Stefanovic opened several other companies, such as United BG WorldWide on September 28, 2017 and after just over a year, on June 25, 2018, also the Seven Stars Company.

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“When the public became interested in his activities, on 26th September this year, he changed the name of the first company to United BG Consulting. Meanwhile, two restaurants have joined the company Seven Stars, first Maksim in Djura Danicic Street, and then on February 25, the brewery Maksim 2 in Djura Jaksic Street,” writes NIN.

The weekly added that “the Interior Minister probably does not know how his father’s commercial empire is expanding”, since all three of his companies, of which he is the sole owner and in one of which he is a partner, closed in 2018 with a liability of 155,000 euro.

(Novi Magazin, 20.11.2019)

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