Vyatcheslav Kirillovich Ivankov,


Name: Vyatcheslav KirillovichSurname: Ivankov,AKA: Yaponchik Yaponetz,
Date of birth: Jan. 2, 1940Place of birth: Georgian SSR, USSRNationality: RussianAddress: Russia, Moscow, Novoyasenevskiy Proezd, 22, 3, 382 Latzisa Str. 16, 3, 180
Spouse: Children: Interests: Cigarettes and alcohol export (1990-th), precious stones and metals, gambling business, real estate, wood export
Alleged Illegal Activities: Money laundering, racketeering, weapon trading, drugsSource:
Additional Information:Komissar (Roslina) Faina was his girlfriend at least until 2000, came from Kiev (Ukraine), in 1979 immigrated to Italy, in 1984 to USA. Update - died October 9, 2009
Biography
Ivankov Vyatcheslav started as a racketeer in the gang of Karkov Gennadiy In Moscow, USSR. They were racketeering leaders, drug dealers and loan sharks. He was indicted five times for forged documents, violence against police officer, armed robbery, threats and theft of a weapon.
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Countries of Residence
Russia
Countries Used as "Safe Heaven"
Russia
Countries Operating In
Russia
United States of America

Associates

Persons with some association whether legally or personally with the party
First NameSurnameAKAConnectionDate of BirthDescriptionSource

Charges

TypeCharging BodyChargeDateDescriptionSource
ArrestForged document 1974
ArrestViolent behavior, resisting a police officer, crimes in psychiatrical clinic-jail 1976
ArrestArmed robbery and violence. Sentenced to 14 years in prison 1982
ConvictionWhile in jail was indicted for making threats 1986
SelectViolence 1988
ArrestIn USA for extortion and false marriage 1995
IndictmentIndicted for a double homicide. Found not guilty 2000

Companies

NameType of OwnershipPercentage OwnershipOther OwnersDescriptionAnnual IncomeSource
Slavik Inc - SELECT -NY, USA
M&S International - SELECT -Belgium

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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
Villy Tokarev Russian singer
Iosif Kobzon Russian singer
Leonard LevTheatrical agent worked for Tokarev Villy and Mihail Shufutinskiy - another Russian singer. The former wife of Leonard Lev, Irina Ola, was Ivankov's illegal wife in the US. Tokarev Villy asked Ivankov for assistance in solving the problem with Italian mafia in USA -- the Italian mobsters tried to racketeet Tokarev, but he mentioned Ivankov and the Italians disappeared.
Rolan Bykov Well known Russian stage director and producer
Viacheslav Fetisov Fetisov Viacheslav Alexandrovich (born Apr 20, 1958) was a president of Slavik Inc started by Ivankov in NY (USA). Fetisov is a famous Russian hockey player who played in the National Hockey League (NHL) in the US. In 1989-1994 he played for the New Jersey Devils, in 1994-1998 for Detroit Red Wings. In 2002-2004 Fetisov was the chairman of the Russian State Sport Committee, and in 2004-2008 the head of Federal Sport Agency. He is one of the co-founders of International Anti-Doping Agency. In Oct 2008 became a member of Russian Senate, representing Primorskiy Region of Russia and the chairman of Senate sport commission. Slavik Inc was allegedly involved in money laundering.
Rustam Sadykov Sadykov and Korostyshevskiy, who figured in the US criminal case in 1995, were arrested in Russia at one time when Ivankov and others (see later) were arrested in USA.
Maxim Korostyshevskiy Korostyshevskiy figured in the US criminal case in 1995. He was arrested in Russia at one time when Ivankov and others (see later) were arrested in USA.
Sergey Ilgner Arrested together with Ivankov in the US in 1995. The case concerned Ivankov's attempt to extort money from Volkov and Voloshin who were the owners of Sammit International. The company took a loan of $ 2.7 million from Chara-Bank (Russia, Moscow) and did not pay it back. Sadykov was one of the heads of Chara-Bank. After a talk with Ivankov, Volkov and Voloshin returned $ 3.5 million. Finally Ivankov was indicted. Abelis gave testimony against him and he was found guilty.
Leonid AbelisAbelis gave testimony against Ivankov in his trial where he was found guilty. Originally arrested with Ivankov in an extortion plot.
Yuriy Gladun Arrested together with Ivankov in the US in 1995. The case concerned Ivankov's attempt to extort money from Volkov and Voloshin who were the owners of Sammit International. The company took a loan of $ 2.7 million from Chara-Bank (Russia, Moscow) and did not pay it back. Sadykov was one of the heads of Chara-Bank. After a talk with Ivankov, Volkov and Voloshin returned $ 3.5 million. Finally Ivankov was indicted. Abelis gave testimony against him and he was found guilty.
Valeriy Novak Arrested together with Ivankov in USA in 1995.
Vladimir Topko Arrested together with Ivankov in USA in 1995.
Yakov Volovnik Arrested together with Ivankov in USA in 1995.
Vladimir Petrovich Podatevaka Pudel
Boris Mikhailovich AntonovAka Anton, Cyclop, Sedoy, Borya-Anton from Solntzevskie group
Vitaliy Harsunovich Izgilov Baumanskie group, see also Tambovskie and Malyshevskie arrested in Spain
Zakhari Knazevich KalashovGeorgian group
Otari KvantrysviliKilled in Moscow in 2004
Mihail Piterskiy
Eugeniy Vasin Aka Jem
Gyvi Beradze Aka Rezaniy, Georgian group
Ansor Kikalishvili
Sliva Vyatcheslav Died in 2000
Andrey Isayev Austria
Alymjan TohtahunovAka Taivanchik
Alexei Petrov Aka Petrik, Austria, Germany, Israel
Sergey MihailovAka Mihas, Solntsevskie leader
Sergey BauloAka Baul, killed in 1995
KobzonMoscow city government


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