Concord Management and Consulting

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Group.png Concord Management and Consulting  Rdf-entity.pngRdf-icon.png
HeadquartersSt. Petersburgh, Russia
Subgroups• Concord Catering
• LLC Agat
• LLC Megaline
Russian company under US sanctions

Concord Management and Consulting (CMC) is a member of the Concord company group, which is half owned by Yevgeny Prigozhin.[1][2] Based in St Petersburg, Russia, it owns and operates several restaurants.

CMC was founded by Yevgeny Prigozhin in 1995.[3] He was the listed owner until 2009. His mother, Violetta Prigozhin, has been the listed owner since 2011.[4]

"North Versailles" is a luxury housing development in the Lahti-Primorsky district of St Petersburg built and managed by Concord Management and Consulting.[5] The development closed a section of Novaya Street to the public by erecting gates with armed guards. This was controversial because city records showed the street as still a public right of way.[6]

Concord Management and Consulting owns 50% of LLC Megaline,[7] which received most of the capital construction contracts for the Russian military in 2016 in what appears to have been a rigged bidding process.[8][9] Concord Management and Consulting's lawyers provided a package of amendments to the Ministry of Defence to change the laws in a way that would allow Megaline to bid for the contracts since it otherwise wasn't qualified. The amendments were submitted to the Duma by the government on 11 February 2014, and adopted on 16 April 2014.[10]

On 20 June 2017, The United States Treasury Department added Concord Management and Consulting to the list of companies sanctioned for Russia's military interventions in Crimea and the Ukraine.[11]

Dmitry Utkin, also under sanctions, became the CEO of Concord Management and Consulting on 14 November 2017.[12] Utkin is the founder of Wagner Group a private military contractor. He replaced Anastasia Sautina.


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