Alexander Machkevitch

Kazakh Mining Tycoons Accuse Lawyer of Conspiracy

ENRC is under criminal investigation by the UK’s Serious Fraud Office (ENRC)However, some claim the trio’s accusations are a transparent attempt to derail the UK’s biggest bribery investigation. A trio of Kazakh mining tycoons accused of bribery claims their lawyer conspired with British corruption authorities to falsely incriminate them in order to swindle them out

Luxembourg et Arlon, nouveaux centres d’intérêt du trio kazakh

Le trio de milliardaires d’origine kazakhe à l’origine de la commission parlementaire d’enquête du Kazakhgate, Patokh Chodiev, Alijan Ibragimov et Alexander Machkevitch, a massivement investi dans des activités financières au Luxembourg et plusieurs membres du «clan Chodiev» seraient domiciliés dans la région toute proche d’Arlon, affirme lundi le journal ‘Le Soir’, citant une note de

Patokh Chodiev et ses acolytes auraient payé des millions en avocats et relais d’influence

Le «trio kazakh» composé de Patokh Chodiev, Alexander Machkevitch et Alijan Ibragimov s’est acquitté, au-delà du montant de la controversée transaction pénale, d’un total d’au moins 13.295.220 euros, en honoraires d’avocats et commissions (occultes) à des relais d’influence, écrit samedi Le Soir, sur base d’informations et documents réunis par le tribunal de grande instance de

Kazakh Mining Tycoons Accuse Lawyer of Conspiracy

A trio of Kazakh mining tycoons accused of bribery claim their lawyer conspired with British corruption authorities to falsely incriminate them in order to swindle them out of millions of dollars, Bloomberg reported Monday. However, some claim the trio’s accusations are a transparent attempt to derail the UK’s biggest bribery investigation. “It’ll complicate the decision about what

Kazakhstan: Corporate Retreat from LSE Raises Governance Questions

When Kazakhstan’s president, Nursultan Nazarbayev, rang the bell to open trading on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) in late November 2006, he was symbolically ushering in a new era. Companies flush with cash from Kazakhstan’s energy-driven economy were flocking to list in London, where they were welcomed as rising stars. Seven years later, one of