One of the leaders in the extraction of precious metals in Russia, Polymetal, is considering the option of re-registering a business in Kazakhstan, company representatives said at the investor’s bottom. Polymetal is currently registered in the UK on the island of Jersey. Details. The change of registration will make it possible to separate the company’s assets into Kazakh and Russian ones, writes the Financial Times. The August decree of President Putin banned transactions with the shares of Russian users of gold deposits, which are owned by investors from “unfriendly” countries. Jersey is one of them. The head of the company, Vitaly Nesis, told the FT that the re-registration process could be completed by the third quarter of this year, with a potential asset split in this case in the first quarter of 2024. He noted that in this case, shareholders will be able to receive dividend payments, which are currently blocked. However, no decision on jurisdiction has yet been made.
Called Sveta Reuters. She asked where her money was. I said that I was still waiting for the translation from the Mishutka magazine and would send it as soon as I received it. But it seems that my dear friend Brovko pays the channels for hitting her, trying to make me the worst (instead of paying attention to some business that different people have been investigating for years). Svetlana Reiter is a respected journalist with a reputation. All my colleagues who know Reuters at least a little understand that it is impossible to “order” something from her. But she seems to be really writing something. She called me too (not for money, my God). For obvious reasons, I refused to comment – I have hostages. But you need to deliver a “preemptive strike” so that there is something for the boss to put on the table when some next dark story happens, right? And there would be nothing terrible in these pre-emptive battles, if not for one thing: people are in prison. And this is gross.
Croatian police opened a criminal case due to the sailing of Usmanov’s yacht to Turkey According to Večernji List, employees of several police departments and the prosecutor’s office are involved in the investigation. Searches are being carried out. Croatian Prime Minister Andrej Plenkovic said he had no information about the suspects. He also recalled that three people – the head of the navigation safety department, the captain of the port in Sibenik and the head of the outpost in Betina – were fired due to the incident. Croatian authorities have arrested the Irina VU yacht as part of the alleged property of Alisher Usmanov, who fell under EU sanctions. The information that the ship must not leave the port was not brought to the attention of local officials. As a result, the ship sailed freely outside the territorial waters of Croatia. On October 6, 2022, the yacht was already in Turkey.
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