Ivica Todorić Targets Ante Ramljak in Latest Blog Post

Lauren Simmonds

Ivica Todorić takes aim at Ante Ramljak in his latest blog post.

As Poslovni Dnevnik reports on the 25th of September, 2017, it would appear that following a series of rather controversial statements and comments, Ivica Todorić has now turned his aim towards Ante Ramljak, one in a line of powerful targets in recent days. The former Agrokor boss took to his blog in an apparent dig at Ramljak:

“Ante Ramljak, Agrokor’s extraordinary commissioner, who, in his own words, wrote Lex Agrokor, introduced his former business associates to create and oversee company affairs. The entire group of people, interestingly, comes from CAIB Vienna, an investment bank, which, in the late nineties and the beginning of the first decade of 2000’s, was extremely active in numerous transactions in Croatia and in the region.

One of the CAIB people who worked in Agrokor before Lex Agrokor [was enforced] was Ivan Crnjac, in 2016, he employed Vlado Bošnjak, yet another guy from CAIB, in his department. After the adoption of Lex Agrokor in the Parliament and the appointment of Ante Ramljak as extraordinary commissioner, other people from CAIB came to Agrokor: Ante Ramljak himself, Branimir Bricelj, Irena Weber, Drago Cukjati. One of the main strategists for the demolition of Agrokor, which was made possible by irresponsible statements by the Heads of Government and Parliament, and finally by Lex Agrokor, was the former CEO of CAIB Vienna (1998-2001), Wilhelm Hemetsberger, who is an advisor to Ante Ramljak today. 

All of these people were first engaged in various tasks in the project of the demolition of Agrokor at the end of 2016 and in early 2017, where they are highly politically sponsored, and today, all of them are in important positions in Agrokor,” Todorić wrote in this, the latest of his recent seemingly frustration driven statements directed at various individuals in positions of political power.


Todorić’s blog post translated in full from Poslovni.hr


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