Liechtenstein link to Manafort

Paul Manafort,  former chairman of Donald Trump’s presidential campaign,  is now alleged to have handled many hundreds of millions of the corrupt dirty money of the former President of Ukraine Viktor Yanukovych. For this he has been accused in the United States of money laundering, a charge he has denied.

One place eager investigators might want to look is Liechtenstein, the hideaway for billionaire Germans, Swiss  and Central Europeans. Rumour has it that the American and other authorities have taken an interest in the Grand Duchy.

The indictment against Manafort and his alleged partner Richard Gates III has no mention of the Grand Duchy with most companies domiciled in Cyprus. See:

An approach was made to the head of the Financial Intelligence Unit of Liechtenstein, the former Swiss regulator, Daniel Thelesklaf. He has yet to respond to the inquiry




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