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ENRC 'should have set off alarm bells'
Scandal-hit Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation is due to leave the stock market on Monday having delivered investors some of the worst returns of any leading UK company during six turbulent years. The mining group, put together by three oligarchs ...
Curious tale of the central Asian oligarchs and the City of London  The Guardian
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Cooksey quit Eurasian Natural Resources Corp after spat with oligarchs
The chairman of Eurasian Natural Resources Corp at the time of the FTSE 100 miner's London flotation resigned in 2009 after a disagreement with controlling shareholders, say people close to the matter.
Eurasian Natural Resources moves step closer to delisting
The trio of eastern European oligarchs who set up ENRC are taking it private with support from the Kazakh government. Investors in Kazakhmys, the Kazakh copper miner that is ENRC's largest single shareholder with a 26 per cent stake, voted in August to ...
Kazakhmys sells ENRC stake  Telegraph.co.uk
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SFO launches criminal investigation into ENRC
In a short statement, the SFO said: "The Director of the SFO has accepted ENRC Plc. for criminal investigation. The focus of the investigation will be allegations of fraud, bribery and corruption relating to the activities of the company or its ...
SFO launches criminal probe into ENRC  Financial Times
UK Opens Criminal Fraud Probe Into Kazakh Mining Co.  Law360 (subscription)
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PwC received �50m in fees from ENRC
PwC, the auditor to Eurasian Natural Resources Corp, received fees of more than �50m from the Kazakhstan-based miner, currently being investigated by the UK's Serious Fraud Office.
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Annan report blasts ENRC for costing Congo $725m
Deals cut by Eurasian Natural Resources Corp, the FTSE 100 miner, have been lambasted for �opaque concession trading� costing the Democratic Republic of Congo $725m, in a hard-hitting report on Friday by Kofi Annan's Africa Progress Panel.
Kofi Annan report criticises 'opaque' Congo deals by ENRC  Telegraph.co.uk
Annan Says Undervalued Mine Deals Cost Congo $1.4 Billion  Bloomberg
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S&P downgrades ratings on Kazakh mining company ENRC
By Elena Kosolapova - Trend:Standard & Poor's Ratings Services has lowered its long-term corporate credit rating on Kazakh mining company Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation Ltd. (ENRC) to 'B-' from 'B', the rating agency reported on Nov. 26.
Eurasian Natural Resources Corporation PLC: Acquisition of the Remaining ...
Cerida is being treated as a related party of ENRC as a consequence of its interest in Camrose. Cerida is an indirect, wholly owned subsidiary of Fleurette Properties Limited ('Fleurette'), whose entire issued share capital is, in turn, indirectly and ...
ENRC agrees �343m deal for Congo miner  Telegraph.co.uk
ENRC to Buy Remaining 49.5% Stake in Camrose Resources for $550 Million  4-traders
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UK fraud unit seeks ENRC answers
Sir Paul Judge, the City grandee and former board member of Eurasian Natural Resources Corp, has been issued by the UK's anti-fraud agency with a notice requiring him to answer questions and deliver documents that could assist it with its criminal ...
Ex-City sheriff Sir Paul Judge hit by setback over ENRC leak case
Judge, previously a non-executive director at ENRC and a sheriff of the City of London, is accused of leaking damaging information about the company to a journalist. He had sought to strike out ENRC's claim for breach of fiduciary duty relating to the ...