Atanas Angelov Mundev,


Name: Atanas AngelovSurname: Mundev, AKA: (group 777)
Date of birth: Dec. 6, 1968Place of birth: SlivenNationality: BulgarianAddress: 27 Kolio Ficheto Str. Et. V, Fl.1, Sliven
Spouse: Vania Mihailova Mundeva (18 April 1970)Children: Interests: Trade, real estate, he has a concession for the central park in Sliven and he trades in wood products
Alleged Illegal Activities: Racketeering, smuggling, drugs, prostitutionSource: Police reports, court records, media publications
Additional Information:
Biography
Antanas Mundev is the reputed leader of the 777 Group, a once powerful crime group involved in racketeering, smuggling, drugs and prostitution, according to police. The gang is named after Mundev's bar "Club 777" in Sliven in Central Bulgaria. Mundev is a former boxing champion. There have been two assassination attempts in which he and his wife were severely wounded. Mundev's legitimate businesses include concession stands in the Central Park in Sliven, as well as the production and trade of wood products. The Commission for the establishing of property acquired from criminal activity has filed a case against him.
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Countries of Residence
Bulgaria
Countries Used as "Safe Heaven"
Bulgaria
Countries Operating In

Associates

Persons with some association whether legally or personally with the party
First NameSurnameAKAConnectionDate of BirthDescriptionSource
MUNDEVANGEL IVANOV FatherMay. 15, 1940
MUNDEVAMARIA ATANASOVA MotherApr. 26, 1943
RAYKOVVALERI HRISTOV Jun. 22, 1975
KADIROVSELIM MUSOV Feb. 28, 1968
IVANOVKOLIO STOYLOVOct. 5, 1974
MITEVDIMITAR GEORGIEV Aug. 24, 1969
ILIEVRADOSTIN BINEV Aug. 22, 1969
IVANOVIVAN PETROV Mar. 13, 1961

Charges

TypeCharging BodyChargeDateDescriptionSource
ConvictionMoney launderingJun. 6, 2008Atanas Mundev was arrested June 2008 in Sliven and convicted for money laundering -680,000 leva (approximately 350,000 euro) during the period from 2000-2008. According to his attorney Mundev has documents that showed he received bank loans of at least 400,000 leva. At the moment (March 2009) Mundev is in Sofia Central Prison and there are a few ongoing investigations against him.

Companies

NameType of OwnershipPercentage OwnershipOther OwnersDescriptionAnnual IncomeSource
LIPSTICK BARPersonal
Apolon 777Personal
Wrestling Club of the Army - SlivenPersonal
Club-777Personal

Documents
Club 777


Legal Income

OriginAmountTime FrameDescriptionSource
Europark and Bogkov companiesVania Mundeva has shares in two companies in Sliven

Illegal Income

OriginAmountTime FrameDescriptionSource
Racketeering, smuggling, drugs, prostitutionPolice reports mention Mundev and his group as part of the underground in Sliven and in Bulgaria

Donations & Charity

OrganizationAmountTime FrameDescriptionSource

Real Assets

Type of PropertyEstimated ValueDescriptionSource
- SELECT -several million euroThere is a court case against Atanas Mundev and his family that would condiscate property worth several million euro including 1) a luxury country house in village of Byalkovci, near to the town of Veliko Turnovo, 2) the bar-restaurant “Lipstick” in the town of Sliven, 3) land and a building in Sliven, 4) land with a house in Sliven, 5) money from the sale of an apartment, 6) another luxury country house near Sliven, and 7) shares in the company Club-777 in Sliven.

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
777 - his group 777 has approximately 50 members, 10 to 15 of whom are in his inner circle. Many of the people of his group are former athletes including wrestlers in the wrestling club of Mundev in Sliven. Police allege they serve as the muscle of his organization.

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