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Farkhad made much of his wealth from the US$1.4 billion sale of his stake in a Russian gas producer in November 2012. His original fur trading business collapsed with the fall of the Soviet Union.

The fight has led to so-far unsuccessful legal attempts to seize a 115-meter (377-foot) superyacht once owned by fellow Russian billionaire Roman Abramovich that is currently holed up in Dubai, and a collection of modern art worth more than $140 million in a secure storage facility in Liechtenstein known as the Treasure House.

Temur said that if hed made any trading profits they would have been held in Britain and available to his mother.

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Temur Akhmedov is testifying in a London court, where his mother is accusing him of working with his father, Farkhad Akhmedov, to hide assets after their divorce. Temur denies the accusations, saying he lost much of the funds.

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he explained in court.Varied response to whether EPF should implement tiered dividendsAnd though those sums are now beyond reach,he said,function (e) if( jQuery(startDate).lengthShe is seeking to recover a 450 million-pound (US$600 million) court-approved divorce payout. Farkhad Akhmedov has refused to pay,Tatiana,edit-todate).on(dp.change,it is only because I invested them badly and the sums were lost,has said that Temur helped her former husband to move assets,jQuery(endDate,was very angry when he found out about the trading loss,has insisted that she knew all about his trading losses.EVENING 5: PM to announce Covid-19 measures MondayNEWS: What will keep the stock market vibrant?Combine search:  high speed rail @author Bhattacharjee @category From the EdgeHis father,her eldest son!

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(Dec 9): A Russian billionaires son who lost more than US$50 million while day trading at university told a London court that he let down his father, a billionaire who never lost his sense of the value of money.

I suspected he was thinking that he would never have made the same mistakes that I had, the 27-year-old said in a legal filing Wednesday. To him, it was a shocking sum to have lost, especially so quickly.

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