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Babakov Alexander Deputy of the State Duma
Babakov has been actively engaged in business since 1994. The first quite modest mentioning of him in the media came in 1995 when he became the...
Yeghiazaryan Ashot Russian State Duma Deputy
He paid for the footege of `a man similar to the prosecutor general`
Avanesyan Igor Zenit bank board member
His bank was accused of scams
Fetisov Gleb The owner and the chairman of the board of directors
He does not know how to choose allies
Aglyamova Galina NLMC's vice president responsible for finances
She manages finances of the company ranked first in Forbes Russia's list
Bagrin Oleg Director of Libra Capital Investment Company
An assistant to a rich raider
Bolshakov Anton Zenit bank co-owner
He went broke because of his contempt to the poor
Vorobiev Maksim Russian Sea Group board chairman
He gave St Petersburg a block of slums
Maksimov Nikolay Former Owner Of Maxi-Group
Favourite magnet of Eduard Rossel
Slipenchuk Mikhail Deputy of the State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the...
He likes noisy orgies
Angelevich Arkadiy Ex-president of Montazhspecbank
He made compromising for VIP persons
Khorev Andrei Former first deputy chief of the Russian Ministry of the...
Fake veteran of the Chechen war
Berezkin Grigory Chairman of the board of directors of ESN Group
He was nicknamed "Abramovich's wallet"
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Due to the spread of their activities in the countries of Europe and North America, the Russian criminal groups and their leaders come under the watchful eye of Western intelligence agencies and Interpol.
"Potok" might change the owner
Part 3. A rat-out by former investigator
Part 1. A set-up in restaurant Azerbaijan
Kommesant owner says the materials were hooliganism
Investigators questioned former deputy head of DES
this time around selling Capital Insurance Group shares
His assets are to be investigated
but he has a rival
Charges brought in against alleged accomplices of Ashot Egiazaryan
Maxi-group founder suspected of fraud
Mr Yevgeny Gurevich, a businessman close to the toppled Kyrgyz leader Kurmanbek Bakiev, has been found guilty of corruption by a district court of the capital, Bishkek. Mr Gurevich was sentenced to 15 year imprisonment, the term he is unlikely to serve as he lives abroad.
"He said, you know that I would rather pay judges than to you"
Forgery of documents allowed to steal a billion-dollars real estate