A. Borodin: No comment needed here.
As head of VTB, Andrey Kostin is linked to a network of offshore companies owning Russian and European real estate, as well as other assets worth over 100 million dollars
Andrey Kostin, the head of state-controlled VTB Bank, is far from poor. He disclosed his earnings for the first time back in 2014, declaring to German journalists that he had earned RUB 240 million. At the time Kostin rebutted categorically USD 37 million in earnings attributed to him by Forbes, calling this figure “utter nonsense”. Weiterlesen
Die Bundesanwaltschaft und die russische Generalstaatsanwaltschaft pflegen Beziehungen, die über das Geschäftliche hinausgehen – heute werden sie gerichtlich beurteilt. Weiterlesen
Switzerland’s Federal Prosecutor’s Office and Russian General Prosecutor’s Office maintain relations that go beyond formal cooperation. Now, this relationship is to be reviewed by the court. Weiterlesen
NZZ am Sonntag
Der Generalstaatsanwalt Russlands und der Schweizer Bundesanwalt
pflegen enge Beziehungen. Da stellt sich die Frage: Ab welchem Punkt
wird man von der Gegenseite vereinnahmt?
Zum Treffen hatte der russische Generalstaatsanwalt Juri Tschaika geladen. Es war im März letzten Jahres, und Bundesanwalt Michael Lauber reiste mit einer mehrköpfigen Delegation nach Moskau. Dort tauschten sich die Vertreter der beiden Behörden über die «Herausforderungen im internationalen Kampf gegen Korruption» aus. Weiterlesen
Cowdray Park Polo Club
The Harrison Cup, Holden White Cup and Cowdray’s oldest trophy, the Challenge Cup, are three tournaments which for more than half a century have coincided with the Festival of Horseracing at nearby Goodwood. The Finals of all three tournaments, played as part of the Cowdray’s HPA’s series, reached their thrilling conclusions over the weekend of 5th/6th August. Weiterlesen
Park Place win Apsley Cup. Weiterlesen
Guards Polo Club
Andrey Borodin adds his name to Guards Polo Club’s oldest trophy, while Armis Snake Bite win Mountbatten Trophy. Weiterlesen
Comment by Andrey Borodin: Here’s another proof of
the fact that allegations and convictions against me and my colleagues
are utter nonsense. A plot of land that was used as collateral against
the loan granted by Bank of Moscow and according to Russian state
prosecutors was worthless turns out to be an investor’s Klondike.
As Vedomosti learnt, in December 2016, Moscow’s Urban Planning and Land Commission approved a development project of 160 hectares of the areas located within the territory between Lobachevsky Street, Moscow to Kiev Railway, Michurinsky Avenue and the Ramenka River. An official of the Moscow City Government said over 1.3 million sq. m. of real estate assets are planned to build here. The bulk of the development project will affect a 58-hectare plot that was previously owned by Elena Baturina and became the subject matter of a number criminal proceedings involving the Bank of Moscow, said an unnamed source close to the Bank. 1,15 million square metres are to be developed there. Konstantin Timofeyev, the chairman of Moskomstroyinvest, or Moscow’s Development and Investment Commission, said that CJSC Don-Stroy will be the investor of the project. Weiterlesen