Fallen London stock exchange luminary told ‘blatant and utter lie’ in comeback bid after bribery scandal
A controversial mining entrepreneur claims Liberia has cleared him of bribery allegations – only for a top Liberian politician to denounce this as a “blatant and utter lie”.
Guinea’s bribery saga reaches new peaks
New revelations increase the heat on Rio Tinto and BSGR over secretive Guinea payments.
‘Little Brother’s Big Secret’: Radio 4 takes a hard look at London’s junior stock exchange
London has a stock exchange that few outside the City have heard of. It’s called the Alternative Investment Market (or AIM) and it’s a haven for fraudsters and corrupt businessmen.
Glencore unfazed by muddy Congo deals
Three AGMs as a public company and three times Global Witness has publicly asked Glencore’s board to commission an independent investigation into its Congo deals.
New York link to controversial Congo mining deals
Earlier this week the Wall Street Journal and the British human rights organisation, RAID revealed that the US hedge fund Och-Ziff Capital Management Group has been one of the main financial backers of Dan Gertler, a businessman at the centre of a string of controversial mining deals in the Democratic Republic of Congo.