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Saudi Lawyer Wins Disclosure Reprieve In
Saudi Lawyer Wins Disclosure Reprieve In Al-Sanea Fee Fight  Law360
Posted on 13 November 2020 | 12:00 am
Liquidators Press Saudi Bank For Siphoned
Liquidators Press Saudi Bank For Siphoned Shares At Trial  Law360
Posted on 7 October 2020 | 12:00 am
Saudi Bank Denied Legal Docs On Eve Of Fraud
Saudi Bank Denied Legal Docs On Eve Of Fraud Trial  Law360
Posted on 2 October 2020 | 12:00 am
UNITED KINGDOM : Alvarez & Marsal stay
UNITED KINGDOM : Alvarez & Marsal stay busy in Riyadh - Issue 860 dated 09/09/2020  Intelligence Online
Posted on 9 September 2020 | 12:00 am
UBP's Saudi Setback - finews.asia
UBP's Saudi Setback  finews.asia
Posted on 21 August 2020 | 12:00 am
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Understanding a New Standard of Care in
Understanding a New Standard of Care in Corporate Fraud Cases  PaymentsJournal
Posted on 14 July 2020 | 12:00 am
What's in a name? Banks count cost of loans
What's in a name? Banks count cost of loans in NMC collapse  Arab News
Posted on 11 July 2020 | 12:00 am
Saudi tycoon auctions off 900 vehicles to
Saudi tycoon auctions off 900 vehicles to clear debt  Al-Arabiya
Posted on 20 May 2020 | 12:00 am
Saudi billionaire Maan al-Sanea property
Saudi billionaire Maan al-Sanea property auction fetches over $54 mln  Al-Arabiya
Posted on 20 May 2020 | 12:00 am
A Saad affair: The case of Maan Sanea and
A Saad affair: The case of Maan Sanea and Saudi’s biggest bankruptcy  Al-Arabiya
Posted on 20 May 2020 | 12:00 am
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Bank Sanctioned For Disclosure Failings In
Bank Sanctioned For Disclosure Failings In $318M Share Row  Law360
Posted on 8 April 2020 | 12:00 am
Hedge Fund Fee Fight Erupts After $153M
Hedge Fund Fee Fight Erupts After $153M Fraud Award  Law360
Posted on 10 February 2020 | 12:00 am
Banks' Quincecare Duty To Customers
Banks' Quincecare Duty To Customers Revisited - Finance and Banking - Guernsey  Mondaq News Alerts
Posted on 21 January 2020 | 12:00 am
BNP, Citigroup Among Most Exposed in
BNP, Citigroup Among Most Exposed in Mideast’s Biggest Default  Bloomberg
Posted on 13 January 2020 | 12:00 am
Saudi court approves $14 billion in claims
Saudi court approves $14 billion in claims against AHAB and Saad Group  CPI Financial
Posted on 8 January 2020 | 12:00 am
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Maan Al-Sanea
A Saudi family feud, a decade-long debt saga
A Saudi family feud, a decade-long debt saga and a court's $14 billion decision  Reuters
Posted on 7 January 2020 | 12:00 am
A Saudi feud that split one of the richest
A Saudi feud that split one of the richest families, a decade-long debt saga and a court's $14 billion decision  Financial Post
Posted on 7 January 2020 | 12:00 am
A Saudi family feud and a court's $20b
A Saudi family feud and a court's $20b decision  The Australian Financial Review
Posted on 7 January 2020 | 12:00 am
Al-Gosaibi settlement in sight after
Al-Gosaibi settlement in sight after breakthrough court ruling  Arab News
Posted on 2 January 2020 | 12:00 am
The Biggest UK Corporate Crime Cases Of 2019
The Biggest UK Corporate Crime Cases Of 2019  Law360
Posted on 20 December 2019 | 12:00 am
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Maan Al-Sanea
hadalra: @jabra_maan For a sec I was like
hadalra: @jabra_maan For a sec I was like who is maan al sanea when I saw el pic
Posted on 30 March 2020 | 4:06 am
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Maan Al-Sanea
Resolved Question: When people talk about
Such as when someone has things to say of that Pakistani, that indian, that chinese etc etc.. im kinda getting fed up with it all. Is this racism? I know many people from different cultures such as arabs, americans, british that commit fraud, who cheat etc etc.... so please think of the context before you submit a question, think of the bigger picture. @Mahesh N - Well said i like your elaboration, and its all true well said again and thank you @H - No H you got me wrong, it was a general question, nothing to do with what you said at all. Like everyone else i have my free will to ask question. @H - Ans yes to the point westerners cheat their own kind even in there own countries, it happens but people dont see maybe they dont want to and turn a blind eye. I agree asians are cheaters but not as bad as Americans, british who have cheated muslims all over the globe, and also westerns cheated there own fellow men out of money etc etc... @Anna - Thank you for your kind words, and your input @H - I can ask what i want here, like other people, whats accomodation go to do with it, i know you are a clever and smart girl you dont have to tell me, many questions get posted in the UAE section including mine, i have every right to post what i want. If you have and mahesh have any friction please sort it out your selfes, i like what he said with out offending others, i dont think he was being racist he was just clarifying the facts which he strongly believes in. We all share our views and opinions here and its not racism, I know H you are not racist but niether am i, I dont know about others. Have you ever notices some of the replies i get H there personal and offensive but i brush it to one side. H as i said before your a good person, keep it up :)) i have nothing against you.
Posted on 17 February 2010 | 5:21 pm
Resolved Question: The National publishes a
The media is biased. Rather than talk about Indians running away with their money, they talk about Dubai world and Maan al Sanea. I thought the National was not a tabloid like the gulf news. http://www.thenational.ae/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=/20100208/BUSINESS/702089894/1040
Posted on 8 February 2010 | 1:10 pm
Resolved Question: 4 years delay and not
If any one of us delay making a payment that is due to a developer / financial institution, we would have the cops hunting for us. When Nakheel or Maan al Sanea (Saad Group) use OPM (other people's monies) and get away for years at length, we are simply left helpless. The moral of the story is if you wish to default - make sure that you are really big. If you owe the bank 50K, you're screwed, if you owe the bank 50 Million, the bank is screwed.
Posted on 14 November 2009 | 2:34 pm
Resolved Question: It is a slow news day so
the UAE's and Saudi's ability to buy our bonds in the near future? http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601109&sid=aFIHYzyZB0gA ‘Never Go Bust’ Families Mean End of Easy Credit (Update2) Sept. 17 (Bloomberg) -- Maan al-Sanea, one of Saudi Arabia’s richest men, operates his corporate empire barricaded behind a four-foot high concrete wall, painted in bright red stripes. A second, higher wall is topped with barbed wire, a reminder of the terrorist attack on his company’s nearby residential compound five years ago that killed 22 people. Now al-Sanea is under a different kind of siege, this time from the family he married into and helped make him wealthy. In a region where business disputes are routinely settled in private, the family feud between the two most prominent names in the Saudi oil city of Al-Khobar -- Algosaibi and al-Sanea -- has erupted into public and curbed lending across the Gulf. Eighty banks, including BNP Paribas SA and Citigroup Inc., are owed at least $15.7 billion, sparking a flurry of litigation. The battle has increased pressure for more transparency among the region’s family-run firms and less reliance on name lending, or borrowing based on reputation. “With Maan al-Sanea or the Algosaibi family, the perception was that they would never go bust or never default,” Yazan Abdeen, a Dubai fund manager at ING Investment Management, said. “Facts are showing that this can happen. The banks in Saudi, Kuwait and the United Arab Emirates will get a hit, and this will make the banks alter their own lending models. It’s like a ‘black swan’ event, something no one saw coming.” Al-Khobar, an oil-rich seaside city in the Persian Gulf, 250 miles east of Riyadh, is the center of a legal and financial struggle that has seen some of the Algosaibis accuse al-Sanea, ranked 62nd on this year’s Forbes magazine list of richest people, in court filings of siphoning off $10 billion in assets while he was running a money-management business for them. Accounts Frozen The Saudi Arabian central bank ordered a freeze of al- Sanea’s accounts, bankers familiar with the instructions said on May 31. The Algosaibis then used a Cayman Islands court order to try to freeze $9.2 billion of his assets, court documents show. “All of the allegations made are wholly without foundation,” al-Sanea’s company, Saad Group, said yesterday in an e-mailed statement. “While maintaining an absolute focus on its own restructuring, the Saad Group will respond appropriately and in a timely fashion to the erroneous claims made against it. However, this will be through a proper judicial process and not through the media.” The Algosaibis declined to comment for this story, James Courtovich, a Washington-based spokesman for the family, said. read the rest--- http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601109&sid=aFIHYzyZB0gA
Posted on 17 September 2009 | 2:50 pm
Resolved Question: Maan Al Sanea full birth
Posted on 14 July 2009 | 9:37 pm

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