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Al Thani and QIA Asset List

Updated: July 17th, 2018

The Qatar Investment Authority (QIA), the sovereign wealth fund of the Middle Eastern state of Qatar — known for its substantial oil and natural gas reserves — reportedly has over U.S. $300 billion in assets under control. Today, DE-Tenants.org is publishing a list of hundreds of corporate assets belonging to QIA and the Al Thanis — the ruling family of Qatar who also controls the QIA…


Tagged: More on Qatar - Al Thani Family, More On Qatar - About the QIA, More on Qatar - Offshore Assets

PRESS RELEASE: WEBSITE RELEASES DATA ON 500 COMPANIES LINKED TO QATARI ROYAL FAMILY & STATE SOVEREIGN WEALTH FUND

Posted: July 17th, 2018

Los Angeles, CA: The research website, DE-Tenants.org, a project of Operating Engineers, Local 501, today released data and primary records on over 500 companies from over 40 international jurisdictions linked to Qatar’s ruling Al Thani family and the nation’s sovereign wealth fund, the Qatar Investment Authority (QIA). An accompanying data table for the records details assets and holdings for many of the entities.


Tagged: More on Qatar - Al Thani Family, More On Qatar - About the QIA, More on Qatar - Offshore Assets

Chen Guoqing (陈国庆) and Related Entities Purchased 21 Homes in NYC Area Worth $197 Million

Posted: March 8th, 2018

Today’s post will reveal our original reporting on one of HNA Group’s principals, Chen Guoqing (陈国庆). Chen Guoqing represents HNA Group in the United States, where he has left a large corporate footprint. DE-Tenants.org has learned that Chen Guoqing, his wife and associated corporate vehicles have owned 21 homes in the greater New York City area estimated to be worth $197,161,364. They retain 15 of the homes at present, worth $161,671,766. One of the properties, purchased in 1997 and still owned today, is located in Trump International Hotel and Tower, located at 1 Central Park West.


Tagged: More on Qatar - Al Thani Family, More on Qatar - Offshore Assets, More on Qatar - Russia Investments, More on Qatar - China Investments

Qatari Elite Linked to Icelandic Market Manipulation, Part 4: Panama Papers Offer Key Insights

Posted: October 23rd, 2017

DE-Tenants.org is researching the business transactions and holdings of the Qatar Investment Authority and Qatari elites – particularly the country’s ruling Al-Thani family. Previously (Part 1, Part 2, & Part 3), we detailed how investments made by a Qatari royal Mohammed Bin Khalifa Al-Thani into Icelandic bank Kaupthing were actually financed by proceeds of a loan made by Kaupthing to Al-Thani. The loan and reinvestment prompted an investigation by Icelandic authorities into Kaupthing bankers (but not Al-Thani). Bankers were ultimately indicted and convicted. Today’s brief post looks at how the Panama Papers database, established from leaked offshore documents acquired and posted online by the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ), offers insight into the Kaupthing bank affair…


Tagged: More On Qatar - About the QIA, More on Qatar - Al Thani Family, More on Qatar - Offshore Assets

Qatari Elite Linked to Icelandic Market Manipulation, Part 3: Court Convictions

Posted: October 20th, 2017

DE-Tenants.org is researching the business transactions and holdings of the Qatar Investment Authority and Qatari elites — particularly the country’s ruling Al-Thani family. Previously (Part 1 & Part 2), we detailed how investments made by a Qatari royal Mohammed Bin Khalifa Al-Thani into Icelandic bank Kaupthing were actually financed by proceeds of a loan made by Kaupthing to Al-Thani. The loan and reinvestment prompted an investigation by Icelandic authorities into Kaupthing bankers (but not Al-Thani). Bankers were ultimately indicted. Today’s post details the convictions.


Tagged: More On Qatar - About the QIA, More on Qatar - Al Thani Family, More on Qatar - Offshore Assets

 

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