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RAY DIVAKAR SHELL COMPANIES IN INDIA

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IF YOU HAVE EVIDENCE REGARDING MONEY LAUNDERING ACTIVITIES BY RAY DIVAKAR or B.S. BALACHANDRAN or ARCHANA SAHADEVAN, CONTACT US AT THE SKYPE NAMES ON TOP OF THIS PAGE.

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Ray Divakar--passport

 

Ray Divakar is a director registered with Ministry of Corporate Affairs (MCA). Their DIN is 03548314. 

Name Date of Appointment Designation
SIDDHANT RESOURCES PRIVATE LIMITED 30 May 2012 Managing director
AGRO ONE FOOD AND PROCESSING PRIVATE LIMITED 09 June 2011 Director
BSS PROJECT HOUSE PRIVATE LIMITED 03 September 2013 Managing director
EECO ENVIRONMENTAL AND CONSULTANCY PRIVATE LIMITED 02 June 1997 Director

RAY DIVAKAR + FRAUDULENT 2014 CIS CLAIMING BILLIONS OF USD AT ICICI BANK

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IF YOU HAVE EVIDENCE REGARDING MONEY LAUNDERING ACTIVITIES BY RAY DIVAKAR or B.S. BALACHANDRAN or ARCHANA SAHADEVAN, CONTACT US AT THE SKYPE NAMES ON TOP OF THIS PAGE.

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Ray Divakar--passport

 

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RAY DIVAKAR IN 2010 MONEY LAUNDERING SCHEME

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http://www.syracuse.com/news/index.ssf/2010/01/penn_traffic_employees_group_t.html

A group of Penn Traffic employees informed a federal judge this afternoon it has lined up financing to buy the bankrupt grocer through an employee stock ownership plan.

The letter was filed this afternoon in U.S. District Court in Wilmington, Del., where Penn Traffic’s bankruptcy case is being heard.

Shortly after that letter was filed, Penn Traffic told the court it was canceling an auction of its assets scheduled for the court for Thursday and is pursuing an offer by Tops Markets to buy the chain.

The employees’ group is asking the court for an extension to today’s deadline for anyone to file bids for Penn Traffic. So far, Tops Markets’ offer of $85 million plus $70 million in financial incentives is the lead offer in the court.

In a letter to Judge Peter J. Walsh, Patrick Pacini, a Penn Traffic employee, tells the court it needs seven days to finish securing the financing. Walsh is scheduled to rule on all bids on Monday morning.

The letter says Pacini and four other Penn Traffic employees organized the employee stock ownership plan.

Other documents note the employees have tapped a Florida-based financial advisement group, Ameri-First Enterprises Corp., to reorganize Penn Traffic and keep all 79 stores and four warehouses — including two in Syracuse — open and operating.

Tops, in its bid, said it wants Penn Traffic’s 79 stores, but has said it will close “a handful” of underperforming stores.

Ameri-First said it has the financial backing of Ray Divakar, a native of India. A letter from the New York City-based Jesup & Lamont Securities Corp. said it has $25.5 billion in treasury bonds owned by Divakar and backed by the United States Treasury.

Ray Divakar--passport

NAGY SHEHATA + RAY DIVAKAR IN 2014 DISCUSED SOPHISTICATED MONEY LAUNDERING IN COLLUSION WITH ABN AMRO BANKER

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From: Nagy G Shehata <grgshehata@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, May 12, 2014 7:57 am
To: Wide Surplus <widesurplus.bss@gmail.com>

Dear DR. Ray

 

Thank you for your email but the 17 items is missing the Euro Clear number as we talk before and the operative procedure say it is no phone call between any banker until you  and your banker

become the beneficiary and ABN verified with your banker thru the Euro Clear Screen

So as you see it is very important to my bank to have which Euro Clear number your banker and my banker will be talking after they talk both of them they will communicate thru the phone or the screen that will be there call

 

Thank you I will wait for the screen number

 

Thank You 

Premier Investment Group INC

Nagy George Shehata

Skype: georgeshehata

Phone: (913) 538-6481

Fax: (913) 548-0908

 

From: Wide Surplus <widesurplus.bss@gmail.com>
Date: Monday, May 12, 2014 at 8:17 AM
To: “Nagy G. Shehata” <grgshehata@gmail.com>
Subject: Codes

 

Dear Mr Nagy,

I discussed regarding Euro Clear Instrument to block into our trade account and rest of the work regarding this transaction will be taken care of by my Banker. You can request ABN AMBRO banker to be in touch with him ( Bank to Bank basis).

Best Regards

Dr. Ray

PASSPORT USED BY RAY DIVAKAR

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2 RUSSIAN EX-BANKER FUGITIVES HIDING IN UK WANTED FOR MONEY LAUNDERING + EMBEZZLEMENT

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ANDREI BORODIN

 

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DMITRY AKULININ

http://rapsinews.com/judicial_news/20140828/271996574.html

Moscow’s Tverskoy District Court has issued arrest warrants for fugitive Russian bankers Andrei Borodin  and Dmitry Akulinin, RAPSI reports Thursday from the courtroom.

Investigators claimed that Akulinin ignored the summons.

Ex-banker’s attorneys said that the ruling to arrest their client in absentia was ungrounded.

Borodin, the former president of the Bank of Moscow, and Akulinin, former Bank of Moscow vice president, along with several other former executives of the bank have been charged with large-scale embezzlement and misappropriation of over 1 billion rubles (about $30 million).

In another criminal case both bankers face money laundering charges. Damages in this case are estimated at tens of billions of rubles, and a Moscow court ordered their arrest in absentia earlier.

According to the Interior Ministry, the alleged Borodin and Akulinin are living in the UK.

If convicted they face long prison terms in Russia.

The financial problems of the Bank of Moscow, in particular a huge hole in its budget, were revealed after Borodin resigned from his post. In 2011, the Russian Central Bank, the Deposit Insurance Agency and VTB (which bought the Bank of Moscow) approved a financial rehabilitation scheme for the bank and gave it a 295 billion rubles (over $8 billion) loan.

Investigators allege that Borodin used his position at the Bank of Moscow to issue loans to shell companies. In particular, he approved a loan of 12.76 billion rubles (over $350 million) to Premier Estate, although he knew that the money went to “third parties” and that Premier Estate could not repay the loan. Investigators believe that similar loans were also issued to many Cyprus-registered companies affiliated with Borodin and Akulinin.