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Former deputy mayor of Kazakhstan capital

Nurali Aliyev

One offshore company bought a yacht named the "Nomad"

Related to  Kazakhstan
Data from: Panama Papers
Nurali Aliyev is the former deputy mayor of Astana, the capital of Kazakhstan, and grandson of the country’s president, Nursultan Nazarbayev. Aliyev, who was worth an estimated $200 million in 2012 and is also chairman of a telecommunications company, is rumored to be a potential successor to his grandfather as president of the oil- and gas-rich nation.

In the data

In June 2008 Aliyev became a shareholder of Baltimore Alliance Inc. Based in the British Virgin Islands, the company was inactivated in 2014. The main activity of Baltimore was to own, purchase and sell yachts. In 2008 the company bought a 77-foot yacht, the Nomad, registered in the BVI by Mossack Fonseca. In February 2009, Aliyev was replaced as one of the shareholders of Baltimore by a BVI company called Greatex Trade & Invest Corp. Greatex ceased being a shareholder of Baltimore in July 2011. According to a 2015 report by Global Witness, Greatex controlled companies in the United Kingdom that owned property in London. From 2007 to 2008, Nurali Aliyev was also administrator president of Greatex (Suisse) SA, a Swiss company that traded in raw materials. As of December 2015, Nurali Aliyev also owned Alba International Holdings Ltd., founded in the BVI in September 2014, which he used to hold a bank account in Cyprus.

Response

Nurali Aliyev did not respond to repeated requests for comment.
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