- Posted July 13, 2014 by
London, United Kingdom
Swiss TV Confirms KVG Claims Regarding Suleiman Kerimov Foundation
The Kerimov Victims Group (KVG) claims against the suspicious conduct of the Suleiman Kerimov Foundation (SKF) were recently confirmed by an independent investigative news report, published on the Swiss national television channel RTS. The report refers to the thirteen thousand foundations operating currently in Switzerland under minimal governmental supervision, while enjoying significant taxation benefits. According to the report, the foundations donate approximately 300 million Swiss francs, but only 2.5 million Swiss francs were donated to Swiss causes. The reporter urges the Swiss government to tighten its supervision over these foundations, as many of them could be used for potential money laundering and tax evasion schemes.
Case in point, the Suleiman Kerimov Foundation (SKF) is one of Switzerland’s richest foundations (the foundation manages all of Kerimov’s assets abroad, valued at billions) and one of the least transparent ones. As the KVG claimed since it was established, the SKF’s conduct is extremely suspicious, and this misuse of the democratic system in Europe for illicit purposes reaffirms it.
This is yet another example of the clandestine and suspicious conduct of Suleiman Kerimov, which justifies and strengthens the campaign against controversial Russian politician and businessman, Suleiman Kerimov. The KVG is calling to initiate an investigation by US & UK authorities into the actions of Suleiman Kerimov, with regards to his conduct in the Potash sector. The KVG site features details of the suspicious conduct by Kerimov and his colleagues during the months that preceded Kerimov's declaration, as well as a call for action by the authorities in this matter. They KVG encourages others who were hurt by Kerimov's conduct to approach it via the website, which would continue to operate in an attempt to reach as many of his victims as possible.
For further details, please contact the Kerimov Victims Group at firstname.lastname@example.org