Gennady Petrov, Tambov gang, discussing “kickbacks” to banks and also customs

…practices in Russia, See also, the judgement in the case VTB Capital against Marshal Capital and Konstantin Malofeev. London’s High Court of Justice decided that VTB – Russian Sate controlled bank – concealed that it gave a loan to Malofeev in exchange of a kick back paid to a company incorporated in Belize. As for Petrov’s activity, officially a professional boxer, Petrov is presented as just a high rank Russian businessman and even an FSB agent, close to Russian leadership, by his lawyers and some media. Gennady Petrov is one of the main suspects of money laundering and a criminal…

NOTE ON TORSHIN, from Spain’s Guardia Civil

…as such, was convicted on Mallorca in 2013 for money laundering. Romanov was taken into custody in December 2013 and got a prison sentence of 3 years and 9 months for money laundering and document falsification, along with a fine of 4,244,000 euros (as ruled by the District Court of the Balearic Islands on May 26, 2016). In late 2014, Konstantin Malofeev announced a Joint Venture with CFG investment foundation, where Alexander Torshin was supposed to be a member of advisory board. 4 days after this information became public, CFG deleted Torshin’s name from their website, but it was cached….

Torshin’s phone conversations, collected as part of a Spanish criminal investigation (money laundering), 2012

…as such, was convicted on Mallorca in 2013 for money laundering. Romanov was taken into custody in December 2013 and got a prison sentence of 3 years and 9 months for money laundering and document falsification, along with a fine of 4,244,000 euros (as ruled by the District Court of the Balearic Islands on May 26, 2016). In late 2014, Konstantin Malofeev announced a Joint Venture with CFG investment foundation, where Alexander Torshin was supposed to be a member of advisory board. 4 days after this information became public, CFG deleted Torshin’s name from their website, but it was cached….

Sentence of Alexander Romanov, frontman of Torshin, Spain

…Mallorca in 2013 for money laundering. Romanov was taken into custody in December 2013 and got a prison sentence of 3 years and 9 months for money laundering and document falsification, along with a fine of 4,244,000 euros (as ruled by the District Court of the Balearic Islands on May 26, 2016), along with other convicted persons. In late 2014, Konstantin Malofeev announced a Joint Venture with CFG investment foundation, where Alexander Torshin was supposed to be a member of advisory board. 4 days after this information became public, CFG deleted Torshin’s name from their website, but it was cached….

Taganskaya gang investigation in Spain, 2012-2013

…in 2013 for money laundering. Romanov was taken into custody in December 2013 and got a prison sentence of 3 years and 9 months for money laundering and document falsification, along with a fine of 4,244,000 euros (as ruled by the District Court of the Balearic Islands on May 26, 2016). See other documents on that case. In late 2014, Konstantin Malofeev announced a Joint Venture with CFG investment foundation, where Alexander Torshin was supposed to be a member of advisory board. 4 days after this information became public, CFG deleted Torshin’s name from their website, but it was cached….

Charges against Alexander TORSHIN, Spain, 2012 (and annexes)

…as such, was convicted on Mallorca in 2013 for money laundering. Romanov was taken into custody in December 2013 and got a prison sentence of 3 years and 9 months for money laundering and document falsification, along with a fine of 4,244,000 euros (as ruled by the District Court of the Balearic Islands on May 26, 2016). In late 2014, Konstantin Malofeev announced a Joint Venture with CFG investment foundation, where Alexander Torshin was supposed to be a member of advisory board. 4 days after this information became public, CFG deleted Torshin’s name from their website, but it was cached….

Showman Vladimir Kiselyov and Malyshevskaya criminal organization

…St. Petersburg Mayor, Anatoly SOBCHAK. KISELYOV was the right-hand man of Gennady PETROV, one of leaders of the “Malyshevskaya” crime group. He was dealing in racketeering and extortion of money from St. Petersburg businessmen in the interests of SOBCHAK’s mayoral election campaign. The reference was composed by the public investigator, Oleg Kalinichenko, a member of the group around Andrey Zykov, the former St. Petersburg investigator of especially serious crimes. See also criminal interrogation of Vladimir Kiselyov (Kiselev), 1994. Concerts of foundation “Federatsya” established by Vladimir Kiselev, in cooperation with Konstantin Malofeev. Vladimir Kiselev and the company “XXth trust” (p. 18)….