The National Investment Fund was transferred under the right of economic management to objects of property rights of the Russian Federation and its residents, forcibly seized in Ukraine in accordance with the decision of the National Security and Defense Council, writes local Ukrainian press - Sud.ua.
Timofiy Mylovanov is the co-founder of Vox Ukraine. He was appointed Director of the National Investment Fund of Ukraine in 2021.
Mylovanov is also a close associate to George Soros and Pierre Omidiyar. We wrote about Omidiyar's activities in Ukraine last year in the article below:
Mylovanov was also previously appointed a director of the supervisory board of UkrOboronProm, a state-owned Ukrainian defense contractor. During this tenure he was accused of multiple types of corrupt activity. These included assigning friends to positions at UkrOboronProm, signing a tender on behalf of his own fund from UkrOboronProm without a tender procedure for 1.69M UAH, and even selling employment positions at UkrOboronProm subsidiaries.
Sources tell CDM there are a lot of concerns about Mylovanov in professional circles in terms of corporate governance, economics, and asset management, as well as ethics and transparency.
The seizure of Russian property seems to be a valid tactic of a nation at war. This article is not about the seizure of Russian assets and its validity.
This article is about corruption in Ukraine and its history of money laundering.
Trusted sources in-country are telling CDM that the National Investment Fund of Ukraine is being set up to launder millions of dollars for organized crime.
The choice of Mylovanov to run the fund is curious, that is unless your agenda is suspect.
With information now coming out of the massive laundering of American aid back to the Democrat Party, the National Investment Fund is one to watch.
Part 2 coming soon...
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