Vladimir Blinsky is a well-known businessman in Murmansk, the founder of two dozen companies, mainly in the fishing and financial sectors. In the 1990s he was co-owner of "Sevrybholodflot", a large fishing enterprise. During the corporate
, the director general of this company was convicted for ordering
the murder of Blinsky.
The current ownership structure of MOENC is not publicly disclosed. At the end of September 2015, Vladimir Blinsky was listed in SPARK as a member of the board of directors of MOENC (along with Alexander
Vladimirovich Blinsky) and the owner of 80% of the Yumos firm, that owns 21% of MOENC (another 25% belongs to the Murmansk Property Relations Committee). During the August 2017 meeting of the board of directors, Vladimir Blinsky was
called the "presiding
", two of the four remaining members of the board — the general director of "Lotta" owned by Vladimir
Blinsky (former and present). Blinsky is perceived
as the face of MOENC.
Blinsky found himself at MOENC after her former curator, Gennady Shubin, was
in February 2013 and received
12 years for fraud. However, Shubin's lawyers claimed
that the charges were false, and he himself was the victim
of the political intrigues of the new Murmansk governor and the raider attack of the law enforcement
grid enterprises of the Murmansk region, provides electricity to 15 cities and towns in the region. As a supplier, it concluded state
contracts for 1.3 billion rubles, as a customer — for 1.7 billion rubles. Revenue in 2017 — 1.4 billion rubles.