Dominique Strauss-Kahn’s LSK to Submit Proposals for Cypriot Bonds

NICOSIA – Dominique Strauss-Kahn, the disgraced Former IMF chief and now Chairman of the LSK & partners (LSK), will submit proposals the Cypriot government relating to the island`s next bond issue and privatisations.

“Pollakis Sarris, a former Undersecretary to the President during the presidency of the late Tassos Papadopoulos, whose law firm represents LSK told CNA that Strauss-Kahn held a private visit in Cyprus last week and met with the Minister of Finance Harris Georgiades,” according to the Cyprus News Agency.

“LSK is one of our clients, and have shown interest on Cyprus` next bond issue and for the privatisations of the large state-owned organisations such as Cyprus Port Authority, Cyprus Telecommunications Authority and the Cyprus Electricity Authority,” he said.


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