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Golden Knights goalie, wife owe $27M, bankruptcy records show

Las Vegas Review-Journal 06 Feb 2023
(AP Photo/Jack Dempsey) ... South ... They also have accounts in City National Bank with cash balances of $48,000 and $498,000, and $7,400 from a bank based in Sweden ... of Wisconsin; $2.8 million to Deutsche Bank of Luxembourg; $2.7 million to South River Capital LLC in Maryland; and millions more to individuals in Illinois, New York, Colorado and elsewhere.
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Golden Knights goalie, wife owe $27 million, bankruptcy records show

Las Vegas Review-Journal 05 Feb 2023
(AP Photo/Jack Dempsey) ... They also have accounts in City National Bank with cash balances of $48,000 and $498,000, and $7,400 from a bank based in Sweden ... of Wisconsin; $2.8 million to Deutsche Bank of Luxembourg; $2.7 million to South River Capital, LLC in Maryland; and millions more to individuals in Illinois, New York, Colorado and elsewhere ... .
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Content production company for RT’s sister channel ceases operations, citing crackdown on media freedom

Russia Today 03 Feb 2023
The latest EU restrictions have “cut off oxygen” for its staff, the firm said ... The company cited “the repressive state of media freedoms within the EU.” ... Read more Moscow will retaliate to RT France account freeze ... German banks abruptly refused to work with the broadcaster, and Luxembourg shot down its licensing bid ... .
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New FTX Filing Pulls Back the Curtain on Sam Bankman-Fried’s Massive Influence Peddling Operation

The Intercept 30 Jan 2023
The British Virgin Islands, Bermuda, the Cayman Islands, Isle of Man, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, the United Arab Emirates, Seychelles, and Switzerland all appear in the filing. In addition to national banks and powerful firms in the corporate PR world, the creditor matrix also ...
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As shares crash in father and son's crypto venture... Tycoon pals of Prince Andrew hit ...

The Daily Mail 28 Jan 2023
Luxembourg bank which counts Prince Andrew as client warned... The year before, Rowland senior reportedly paid off a £1.5 million loan for Andrew through his Luxembourg bank, Banque Havilland. Leaked documents revealed that the Duke of York had also sought a £200,000 loan from Jonathan Rowland, who was at the time chief executive of the bank.
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Irish banks ‘significantly exposed’ to EU commercial property sector

Irish Independent 26 Jan 2023
Irish banks’ cross-border commercial real estate (CRE) exposure made up just over half of their total commercial real estate exposure at the start of 2022, the highest share in the EU, according to a report by the European Systemic Risk Board (ESRB).Luxembourg also had ...
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Khan al Ahmar: A symbol of Netanyahu's tension with the High Court -opinion

The Jerusalem Post 26 Jan 2023
On the school, for example, there is a sign that reads “Humanitarian Support to Palestinians at Risk of Forcible Transfer in the West Bank” and carries the logos of the governments of Belgium, the UK, Italy, Luxembourg, Denmark, Finland, Sweden, Ireland, France and Spain.
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Europeans to quiz Lebanon central bank chief: official

The New Arab 21 Jan 2023
European investigators will question Lebanon's central bank chief Riad Salameh next month as part of a probe into his and his brother's affairs, a judicial official told AFP on Friday ... Investigators also examined the central bank's ties to Forry Associates Ltd, a British Virgin Islands-registered company that listed Raja Salameh as its beneficiary.
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European delegation ends 1st round of questioning in Lebanon

Beaumont Enterprise 20 Jan 2023
The European judicial delegation — with representatives from France, Germany, and Luxembourg — questioned nine people this week, including current and former central bank officials as well as the heads of several banks in the Middle East country, several Lebanese judicial officials told The Associated Press.
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European prosecutors hear Lebanese bankers in Central Bank commission probe

Middle East Monitor 20 Jan 2023
Prosecutors�from Germany, France and Luxembourg have been in Beirut as part of the money laundering investigation. They suspect Central Bank Governor, ...
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European prosecutors hear Lebanese bankers in c.bank commission probe

Reuters 20 Jan 2023
BEIRUT, Jan 20 (Reuters) - Lebanese bankers told European prosecutors they believed that commissions now at the centre of a graft probe had been paid to the central bank, four sources said, while investigators suspect the cash illegally ended up with the governor's brother.
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Lebanese pound hits new low as political deadlock persists

San Francisco Chronicle 19 Jan 2023
The pound's plunge comes days after a European judicial delegation from France, Germany, and Luxembourg came to Beirut to interrogate embattled Central Bank governor, Riad Salameh, and a dozen other people, some of them his close associates, in a European money laundering investigation of some $330 million.
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Lebanese pound hits all-time low as deadlock persists

Midland Daily News 19 Jan 2023
The Lebanese pound's plunge comes days after a European judicial delegation from France, Germany, and Luxembourg landed in Beirut to interrogate embattled Central Bank Governor Riad Salameh and a dozen affiliates in a European money laundering investigation of some $330 million.
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EU assembly wants Iran’s Revolutionary Guard on terror list

The Associated Press 19 Jan 2023
The Lebanese pound's plunge comes days after a European judicial delegation from France, Germany, and Luxembourg landed in Beirut to interrogate embattled Central Bank Governor Riad Salameh and a dozen affiliates in a European money laundering investigation of some $330 million.
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Explainer: The probes into Lebanese central bank chief Salameh

Reuters 17 Jan 2023
... bank between 2002 and 2015. Since then, European countries including France, Germany, Luxembourg and Liechtenstein have initiated their own investigations into whether tens of millions of dollars of the funds allegedly embezzled from the central bank were laundered in Europe.

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