SocGen Rang ‘Fridge’ on His Secret Phone, Libya Fund SaysBy
Qaddafi son’s associate said to use codenames, covert lines
Libya fund seeks $1.5 billion from bank over investment deals
A Societe Generale SA employee called the same “secret number” used by an associate of Saif Qaddafi, the son of the former Libyan dictator, to reach a Libyan Investment Authority official, according to LIA evidence in a London lawsuit trying to link the bank to the ousted regime’s corruption.
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