Serbian National Bank Responds to CIN-Serbia Story

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By CIN Serbia

The National Bank of Serbia said it has found “certain irregularities,’’ with the ownership Universal Bank during a review of minority shareholders prompted by a Center for Investigative Reporting (CIN) – Serbia investigation.

From Belize to Belgrade, a River of Cash

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By CIN-Serbia

An offshore company operating in unison with tycoon Miroslav Mišković's Delta empire has been buying property, borrowing millions and increasing its base in the Balkans. All from the apparent secrecy of one of the world's money laundering havens in Central America.

Out of Options: How One Man Came to Dominate Serbia's Grocery Business

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By CIN-Serbia

Vendors selling their goods and Serbs looking to buy lunch and feed their families have little choice but to deal with a store owned by Miroslav Mišković's Delta group. A fresh look at the secret deals and political power plays that made it happen.

Universal Bank's Silent Majority

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By CIN-Serbia

A string of companies connected with Delta Holdings and its offshore partner, Vanity International, have taken stakes in Belgrade's Universal Bank, buying shares in amounts small enough to keep them off the radar of state banking regulators.

Mišković: A Profile

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By CIN-Serbia

Serbia's first billionaire made his fortune in the darkest days of war, corruption and political unrest.  But good times have been just as good to Miroslav Mišković who has combined political connections and aggressive business practices to get richer.  But a host of dozens of mysterious offshore companies, many based out of his Belgrade offices or run by his employees raise questions about what he really owns and how he really makes his money.

About the Project

The investigation of "Mišković's Millions'' was a joint project of the Center of Investigative Reporting Serbia and the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project. The stories were researched, reported and written by Stevan Dojčinović, Vladimir Kostić, Anđela Milivojević, Dragana Pećo and Bojana Jovanović in Belgrade. Azhar Kalamujic provided additional reporting from CIN in Sarajevo.

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