Andreev Georgy Iliev,


Name: Andreev GeorgySurname: Iliev,AKA: (VIS Group)
Date of birth: Jul. 22, 1966Place of birth: SofiaNationality: BulgarianAddress: Strelbishte District, Bl.2, Sofia
Spouse: Maya Delcheva Ilieva (24.05.1973)Children: Interests: Sport, trade, modeling, real estate, fashion
Alleged Illegal Activities: Drugs, prostitution, and money launderingSource: Ministry of Internal Affairs
Additional Information:
Biography
Georgi Andreev Iliev died after being shot by a sniper, ending one of the most feared criminal reigns Bulgaria has seen. A professional wrestler, he had a string of violent criminal convictions, including an 11-year-sentence for participating in a gang rape. He headed the VIS mafia group, taking over from his brother Vasil Iliev, who was killed in 1995. He reportedly made more than $250 million in his career and used a licensed security company as cover for his illegal gang. Georgi Iliev met his fate on Aug, 25, 2005.

Countries of Residence
Bulgaria
Countries Used as "Safe Heaven"
Spain
Italy
Greece
Countries Operating In
Romania
Bulgaria

Associates

Persons with some association whether legally or personally with the party
First NameSurnameAKAConnectionDate of BirthDescriptionSource
BOYANOV ANTON VERGILOV Aug. 17, 1963His financial administrator still controls most of his companies, owned at the moment by his widow Maya Ilieva. She has very big business with cosmetics too
ILIEVKIRIL ANDREEVBrotherJul. 22, 1966
CVETINNIKOLAY MIRCHOV Feb. 27, 1965
PISARSKYCHAVDAR ASENOV Apr. 7, 1953
TIMEVPLAMEN VASILEV Mar. 2, 1952
NAKOVEMIL OGNIANOV Jul. 22, 1966
METODIEVMEDODY ZLATANOV METOOct. 12, 1965

Charges

TypeCharging BodyChargeDateDescriptionSource
Conviction He is mentioned in police reports as leader of the underworld in Bulgaria and spent time in prison for a gang rape. He got out early, and was arrested for a robbery.

Companies

NameType of OwnershipPercentage OwnershipOther OwnersDescriptionAnnual IncomeSource
Bulgarian Federation of WrestlingThrough Connected Person or Company
VAI HoldingThrough Connected Person or Company
VAI PetroliumThrough Connected Person or Company
VKG GrupThrough Connected Person or Company
Graf ZepelinThrough Connected Person or Company
GeorgioThrough Connected Person or Company
Diamond ClubThrough Connected Person or Company
Football Club "Lokomotiv-Plovdiv"Through Connected Person or Company
Self-SofThrough Connected Person or Company
Suny SendThrough Connected Person or Company
Time StarsThrough Connected Person or Company
Favorite 97Through Connected Person or Company

Documents


Legal Income

OriginAmountTime FrameDescriptionSource
Still big legal busines, all his companies are under the control of his widow.

Illegal Income

OriginAmountTime FrameDescriptionSource
Sofia anti organized crime puts Geori Iliev in connection with drugs, prostitution, football and money laundering, but there has never been a real investigation against him.

Donations & Charity

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Real Assets

Type of PropertyEstimated ValueDescriptionSource

Links & Connections

This section lists persons who are linked through other connections including businesses or mutual associates. This may not indicate a direct relationship between the parties.
Name of the Person / OrganizationDescriptionSource
SIK, Papazky, GalevyLinks with SIK group, Valter Papazky in Vratza, Galevy brothers in Dupnitza, the Italian Mafia, etc.
Hristo SoichkovGeorgy Iliev was publicly very close to the president of the Bulgarian Football Federation, and with football club owners or agents. Among them Hristo Soichkov, who cryed at his funeral.
Journalists, VIPBribing journalists, links to big newspapers, radio and TV - very close to a lot of people in Bulgarian sports, actors, fashion, etc.

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