100

OTHER DAMAGED ZABA SHAREHOLDERS


100.010

The Stolen Shares of GAVRILOVIĆ Petrinja

 

100.020

ZABA Forces Company to Return Phantom Debt

 

100.030

ZABA and the Croatian State Audit Report on the Transformation and Privatization of State-Owned Firms in Croatia

 

100.040
ZABA in the "province:" How "KLA-MA" d.d. and Klanjec in the Croatian Zagorje Were Destroyed

 

100.050

ZABA Steals a Quarter Million Euros from a Customer's Account

 

 

100.060
Complete List of Founding Shareholders of Zagrebačka Banka D.D.

 

 

100.070
An intepretation of the law from the web page of the High Commercial Court of Croatia proves the rights of the Republic of Serbia to ZABA shares

 

 


 

 

 

100.010

The Stolen Shares of GAVRILOVIĆ Petrinja

 

Document number and name

First page

No. of pages

100.010.010

Zagreb Commercial Court Document Confirming "Gavrilović" Petrinja as ZABA shareholder (1989)

 

These shares have, in the meantime - "disappeared."

 

17-01

1

100.010.020

Sisak Commercial Court Document (2004) Tracing Continuity of "Gavrilovic" Successors'

 

17-02a

3

100.010.030

Request to ZABA from shareholder Georg Gavrilović for information regarding his shares

 

ZABA has not responded to this request to this day.

 

17-04a

2

100.010.040

Sisak Commercial Court Document (2004) confirmation of "Gavrilovic" Successors Status

 

17-05a

2

100.010.050

Sisak Commercial Court Document (2004) confirmation of "Gavrilovic" Successors Status (II)

 

The above documents prove that the present-day, family-run "Gavrilović" Company is the direct legal successor to the state-owned "Gavrilović" companies (which formed on the foundations of the old "Gavrilovic" property nationalized after WW II) that were among ZABA's founders and owned a corresponding number of ZABA shares, which have since "disappeared."

 

17-06a

2

100.010.060

Večernji list 25.05.2005: Gavrilović Sues ZABA for €43 Million in Shares

 

170701

2

100.010.070

Globus 27.05.2005: Gavrilović vs ZABA President Luković

170801

5

100.010.080

Playboy 06/2005: Interview of Georg Gavrilović

b0601

8

100.010.090

Cabinet of the President of Croatia answer to Pask Kacinari legal counsel correspondence regarding shareholding rights in ZABA, of 23.08.2005

 

b3201

1

100.010.100

The Croatian Central Bank's answer to the request to furnish information on ZABA shares

 

b3301

1

100.010.150

ZABA'S reply to the "Gavrilovic" lawsuit, of 13.05.2005, submitted on 28.09.2005

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100.020

ZABA Forces Company to Return Phantom Debt

 

Document name and no.

First page

No. of pages

100.020.010

SAMOBORČEK Do. criminal complaint againxt ZABA to the Croatian Anti-Corruption and Organized Crime Bureau, of 30.11.2004

 

Prominent transport company SAMOBORČEK charges ZABA Management that its balance books contain fictitious, phantom claims, which it manages to, nevertheless, collect with the help of corrupt judges.

 

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13

Documents supporting above Complaint

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100.030

ZABA and the Croatian State Audit Report on the Transformation and Privatization of State-Owned Firms in Croatia

Document name and no.

First page

No. of pages

100.030.010

Zagreb "Večernji list": "Šima Krasić [the State's Chief Auditor] Wasn't Even Allowed Entry into Croatia's Banks

a16-1

1

100.030.020

Croatian Parliament on the Final Report on the Revision of the Transformation and Privatization Process in Croatia

 

5-1

6

100.030.030

Vjesnik Feb. 8, 2005: Citizens Demand from the State - "Close the State Bureau for Revision

 

9

1

100.030.040

HINA 04.02.2005: MPs Propose Law Compensating State for Privatization

 

4

1

 


 

 

 

100.040

ZABA in the "province:" How "KLA-MA" d.d. and Klanjec in the Croatian Zagorje Region Were Destroyed

 

Document name and link

First page

No. of pages

100.040.010
Vlado Boroš: The Privatization of Klanječki-magazin d.d., Klanjec

As is evident in this case, there have been two distinct privatization processes in the Republic of Croatia: the formal one, done through the appropriate state body, the Croatian Privatization Fund, and a "parallel" process, a super-secret system of "private privatization," via "Zagrebačka banke" d.d. This case shows what happened to the private firm owned by Mr. Vlado Boroš of Bedekovčina, "Boroš" d.o.o. He was the owner of a small retail chain in the Croatian Zagorje region, and business was going well - until he decided to purchase a company by the name of "KLA-MA" d.d., Klanjec, not knowing that it had already been "reserved" for the ZABA "team." That's when the horror starts... 

The result is typical for Croatia: two companies destroyed, workers out of jobs, while the blame is placed on legitimate businessmen, under the slogan "it is all the tycoons' fault." However, a closer analysis of the case demonstrates that the case has nothing to do with "tycoons," nor have the Boroš family ever been "tycoons," and that both the businessmen and the workers were the victims of a hidden clique who, having discovered that it couldn't control the privatization process of "KLA-MA" d.d., decided to destroy everything according to the principle: "It either belongs to us, or to no one!".

This "story from Croatia" is for those with the nerves to read privatizational horror stories and demystify the entire "privatization story."
 

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100.050

ANOTHER ZABA SCANDAL!

 

Document name and link

Date

No. of pages

100.050.010

www.domagojmargetic.com: ZABA Steals a Quarter Million Euros from a Customer's Account

It seems as though there is no end to the scandals at Zagrebačka banka. On February 17, 2006, Zagreb attorney Ozren Tatarac has filed with the Croatian National Bank (HNB), an urgent "Complaint Regarding the Illegal Actions of Zagrebačka banka d.d.“. 
 This drmatic letter to the state central bank once again points to one of "Croatia's leading banks" as a center of banking crime, corruption, stealing and unlawful acts, which, so far, have not been dealt with on the part of either the Government, the State Prosecutor, the Justice Ministry or the police, even though the damages so far have amounted to several billion euros. 

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100.060

Complete List of Founding Shareholders of Zagrebačka Banka D.D.

 

Document number and name

First

page

No. of pages

 

100.060.010

The most complete list of victims of the Bank Robbery of the Century



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100.070
An intepretation of the law from the web page of the High Commercial Court of Croatia proves the rights of the Republic of Serbia to ZABA shares

 

Document number and name

First

page

No. of pages

 

100.070.020

An intepretation of the law from the web page of the High Commercial Court of Croatia proves the rights of the Republic of Serbia to ZABA shares

On the web page of the High Commercial Court of the Republic of Croatia (www.vtsrh.hr) is posted a specialized text, "Recording Property Rights on Real Properties of Commercial Companies," in which it is explained that the rights acquired in the name of a commercial company prior to its court registration are the joint, indivisible rights of the founders.

This amounts to a recognition of the rights of the Republic of Serbia to ZABA shares on the basis of the legal succession of the former "Jugobanka" bank (see: We Are Exclusively Publishing a Strictly Protecteed Secret Documet on the Ownership of ZABA).

 



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