Oligarch’s Russian airport raised $1bn through Dublin firm
Domodedovo airport is owned by Dmitri Kamenshchik, who started building his fortune by running international cargo flights out of Moscow following the collapse of the USSR
Russia’s largest airport, which is owned by a billionaire oligarch and was the site of a deadly suicide bombing in 2011, has raised almost $1 billion through a Dublin shelf company in the last five years.
DME Airport Designated Activity Company, an Irish company which is linked to Domodedovo airport, raised the money through three separate loan note issuances in 2013, 2016, and again in February of this year.
In total, the company has issued loan notes...
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