The Bosov case is the story about what happens after the sudden death of the patriarch of the family, who did not leave the rules of the game.
This case made almost every UHNWI think about the effectiveness of inheritance regulations when the testator remains silent and their Will eliminates conflicts of successors. The absence of corporate and inheritance tools incorporated in advance puts assets at risk of hostile take overs, excluding the continuity of business assets and their effective management.
Let this story serve as a lesson to every family, which won’t be ready for events that are so difficult to talk about but need to be dealt with in advance.
On the material of the conference “Bankruptcy, restructuring, corporate conflicts: landmark cases and lawsuits in modern Russia" by Forbes Congress.
Natalia Butrina, Head of Legal, UFG Wealth Management