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Russia/Israel

Arkady Aleksandrovich Gaydamak

Date of Birth: 8 April 1952
Place of Birth: Moscow


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The rocks she hasn't got

Omega was part owned by Russian-Israeli billionaire Arkady Gaydamak and diamond dealer Lev Leviev...


Dos Santos turns the page

It culminated in the 2009 conviction of French former Interior Minister Charles Pasqua, Jean-Christophe Mitterrand and two French-Israeli confidants of Dos Santos, Pierre Falcone and Arkady Gaydamak...


Debt deal scandal revives

The document requests answers about some US$387 million it says were received by Israeli diamond magnate Arkady Gaydamak (AC Vol 53 No 16, Secrets are not forever), Franco-Algerian middleman Pierre Falcone (AC Vol 49 No 19), Russian oligarch Vitaly Malkin and four prominent Angolans (see Box, The Abalone list)...


Secrets are not forever

Russian-Israeli billionaire Arkady Gaydamak failed to convince the London High Court he had a case against diamond-dealer Lev Leviev in mid-June (AC Vol 53 No 14, Rocks and hard men)...


Rocks and hard men

Arkady Gaydamak and Lev Leviev fought over millions of dollars in Angolan diamond sales...


Cutting rivalries

Uzbekistan-born Israeli diamond magnate Lev Leviev, who has major interests in Angola and Namibia, is pitted against his former ally, Russian-Israeli oligarch Arkady Gaydamak (AC Vol 42 No 11, Lev Leviev takes on De Beers)...


Shine on you crazy diamond

Last month, the Russian-Israeli businessman Arkady Gaydamak – recently cleared by a French appeal court of illicitly supplying arms to Angola – claimed that he had also been part of the Ascorp consortium...


Good judge, bad judge

Russian-Israeli Arkady Gaydamak, tried in absentia, and his French business partner Pierre Falcone received six years for organising the transhipment of $790 million of arms to Angola and breaking United Nations' sanctions in 1993-1998...


Sweet FA

‘Sacha’ Gaydamak, is the son of the Israeli-based businessman Arkady Gaydamak, who faces charges of fraud and money-laundering by French prosecutors...


The Angolagate trial

The central figures are Pierre-Joseph Falcone and Arkady Gaydamak, the managers of Brenco France, which arranged some US$790 million of arms deals to Angola from 1993 to 1998, thereby breaking United Nations’ sanctions at the time...


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