Monthly Archives: September 2009

BVI company owned by Russian oligarchs purchases London’s biggest property

A family of Russian oligarchs is building London’s second biggest residence after Queen’s Buckingham Palace at an estimated cost of £100 mln. The historical mansion Witanhurst in Highgate, north London, was bought for £50 mln on the name of the … Continue reading

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Football League investigates Notts County’s takeover by the BVI company

The purchase of Notts County football club by Munto Finance Limited, which is incorporated in the British Virgin Islands and owned by the Middle East businessmen, is investigated by the Football League two months after the deal was completed. The … Continue reading

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MG Rover Group’s consultant received £1.69m to its accounts in BVI and Singapore

The relationship between Phoenix Venture Holdings director Nick Stephenson and Dr Qu Li, which  was not only professional but also personal, became one of the most unexpected revelations in the investigation connected with MG Rover Group scandal and the way … Continue reading

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Ex-partners battle in court over Singapore, BVI- and HK-company shares

Five companies, three of them registered in Singapore, one in the British Virgin Islands and one in Hong Kong, are in the centre of dispute between their shareholders and directors, Ms Helina Chan and Mr Lim Chee Twang. All these … Continue reading

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China Networks delisted from NYSE Amex

China Networks International Holdings Ltd., incorporated in the British Virgin Islands as a result of a merger between Alyst Acquisition Corp., a SPAC, and China Networks Media, Ltd., announced that on August 28, 2009 it received notice from the NYSE … Continue reading

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