American stockbroker Sator is still living a comfortable life despite a lot of allegations. Now that there is an election in America, in the Finsen file, due to the name of the setter, there is a possibility of playing some bets on it.
A lot of scams, from Harshad Mehta in India, have exposed the association of politicians with scams: The name of Trump’s close share broker in the Finsen file before the election of the US may raise the issue.
Harshad Mehta, one of the biggest scam accused in the Indian stock market, is once again in the news. This has been discussed by him coming as a series on a channel. In 1992, Harshad Mehta, a scam accused in the stock market, has colluded with leaders. By the way, not only Harshad Mehta, but most of the accused leaders of the scams in the country are in connivance. There is a presidential election in America at this time.
In such a case, a recent share broker named President Donald Trump has appeared in the Finsen file. That is, scams have a relation with leaders not only in India but in many countries.
Recently the name came in the Finsen file
Let us know that recently the International Investigative Journalists Association revealed the Finsen file. It has names of several financial institutions and individuals in India. In the same Finsen file, Trump’s close share broker Felix Satter is also named. Before names in Russia’s interference in the 2016 US presidential election, Felix Satter traded in ways that US financial institutions considered suspicious.
Suspicious transaction of $ 100 million
Between 2013 and 2017, Bank of America, Wells Fargo, American Express and three others reported to the government over $ 100 million in suspicious transactions by Sater and his business, his wife’s granola company and a powerful political family in Kazakhstan. – Beware of Deen at least 10 times.
Sator left while going to jail
Sater, who took refuge in the Trump era and often did suspicious financial transactions, was once in jail. But watch the game of luck that they escaped. Very soon he reached a state of great rest, where he was restored to his relations with great opinions. Documents reveal that he started such accounts in Switzerland and the British Virgin Islands with the help of older people, which were very difficult to track.
The motive to hide money
Wells Fargo stated that the purpose of opening his account was to launder money, which is considered an important step in the laundering process. According to court documents, Sater is a convicted criminal who also helped America fight financial crime. The Brooklynite also went undercover in Cyprus and Istanbul to catch Russian and Ukrainian cyber criminals. This is a man who exposed the assassination attempt of former President George W. Bush and former Secretary of State Colin Powell.
Sater immigrated to America at a young age
Sator arrived from Russia and settled in America when he was a boy. He later grew up in Brighton Beach, New York and then worked as a stockbroker on Wall Street. In 1991, he severely injured the face of a man with a broken glass during a liquor controversy. Then went to jail. After this, his broker’s license was cancelled. Satter acknowledges that he chose a different financial transaction, a “pump and dump” share plan of $ 40 million. It took the help of New York City mafia families to control the victims.
Guilty of threatening charges
However, since 1998, Sater was also convicted of threatening charges. When the stock scheme started falling apart in the US, he went to work in Russia. While there he was recruited to collect information for the US Defense Intelligence Agency. According to court documents, he then worked as a confidential source for the FBI and other federal agencies for nearly two decades. He worked to gather intelligence from al Qaeda to North Korea’s nuclear weapons program.
It is said that Satter’s companies later indulged in suspicious activities and the US Bureau of Investigation (FBI) never inquired about its financial dealings.
Plans to build towers from the Trump brand
Satter recently tried to construct a tower from the Trump-brand in Moscow, along with Trump’s former attorney and fixer Michael Cohen. In 2015 he wrote to Cohen that Russian President Vladimir Putin himself could buy into it. In the process, we will be able to elect Donald Trump and make him President. Sater denied any Russian interference in the US presidential election and said he did what he had been doing so far, working on the deal.
Report of accounts opened since 2012 sought
As part of the election investigation, the Senate Intelligence Committee asked Finsen to provide reports on Sater and the accounts he had opened since 2012. Like Finsen’s other files, this would reveal how and how suspicious transactions he did and how banks did anything to stop them. On August 30, 2013, Tri-County paid $ 2.6 million to the Bayrock Group using an account at Chase Bank. Sator was here as Managing Director.
$ 2.5 million sent to a Canadian company
According to the SAR filed by Wells Fargo, one week later Bayrock sent $ 2.5 million to a Canadian company. It believed that the bank was set up in such a way that the actual ownership and purpose of its transactions were disputed. Later in September, Tri-County’s Chase account sent an additional $ 866,000 to Barrock. On the last day of the month, Tri-County sent more than $ 1.3 million from the Chase account to its Wells Fargo account. Sater closed the Tri-County account that day. When bank investigators looked back years later, they found many mistakes and rang alarm bells.
The use of mask companies
The bank said in its report that a lot of money has been diverted by using several shell (mask) companies whose ownership source is not known. That month, when the Wells Fargo account was being closed, Bank of America was investigating a separate case of money being sent to Sator’s account. On October 29, 2013, Sater sent $ 32 million to his real estate investment company Sands Point Partners. Three days later it sent $ 25 million to a granola company on Long Island. He said that he was out of the country at that time and sent money to his wife so that he could transfer her to a law firm.
Four banks filed a report
Sater said that his wife was not aware of it. Over the next three years, at least four banks and one credit card company each filed a report on Sater’s companies adopting suspicious activities. Although Sator is still living a comfortable life despite so many allegations. It sounds like those scandals in India where the matter settles down after a few days of uproar. Now that there is an election in the US, in the Finsen file, there is a possibility of some bets on it due to the name of the setter.