Irish courts to rule on alleged €2bn Russian raider attack

Irish-registered company among group accused of trying to defraud chemical giant Toaz and cause ‘catastrophic damage’ to business through devaluing of shares

24th December, 2017
Billionaire Belarussian oligarch Dmitry Mazepin

The Commercial Court has refused to strike out a $2 billion conspiracy action against an Irish company accused of using sham documents to stake a claim in one of the world’s largest ammonia producers.

Eurotoaz Ltd, with a registered address at the Dublin offices of Arthur Cox solicitors, is among a group of 11 defendants being sued for allegedly trying to defraud the majority shareholders in the Russian chemical giant Toaz by carrying out...

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