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The Guta family
Max bal. CHF 222,878,343
Country Ukraine
Credit: Ivan Guta/Facebook

The Gutas ran one of Ukraine’s largest grain producers, but orchestrated its collapse by funneling at least $100 million out of the company and into offshore firms they controlled. Ivan Guta and his wife, Klavdiya, founded Mriya Agro Holding Public Limited in 1992, and their two sons, Andriy and Mykola, joined later.

By 2012 Mriya was managing close to 300,000 hectares of agricultural land. Two years later, the company had run out of cash, leaving creditors sitting on claims exceeding 1 billion euros.

Between them, Ivan, Klavdiya, Andriy and Mykola Guta were listed as account holders of a total of 16 Credit Suisse accounts.

Read OCCRP’s investigation into how one of these accounts played a role in the scheme.

Credit: Ivan Guta/Facebook
Account type
Account open
Max account bal.
On Jan 1st 2022 100 CHF = 110 USD
Key events
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Going public
Siphoning begins
Mriya collapses