But it did not rule on the seven others, effectively leaving them outstanding. Read the original article on Times of Zambia. View all New York Times newsletters. It advised Nikanor — a cobalt and copper mining company with operations in neighboring Congo — in when the firm merged with Kantanga Mining, based in Bermuda and with operations in Congo. Siliya illegally signed a memorandum of understanding with R. Capital said.
Peter Heilner, who structured the deal for R.P.
Capital, did not confirm the fee that his firm finally received, saying it was confidential, but he did. correspondence from RP Capital's Peter Heilner issuing directives to State House staff, Zamtel and many others were reduced to the role of. Likewise, the prospectus says the firm might call on Civitas Partners, an investment bank set up by British national Peter Heilner and former.
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Prof Lungwangwa said the first was through careful management of the licensing regime and that CAZ intended to issue no additional fixed or mobile licenses for the foreseeable future.
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Capital is an alternative investment and advisory firm founded in by Rafael Berber, a former emerging markets specialist at Merrill Lynch, and the Czech businessman Petr Kellner. The report states that it was clear from the outset that RP Capital, the transaction advisors in the Zamtel deal through Mr Heilner, single-handedly planned, managed, drove, controlled and executed the entire process.
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Capital, according to court documents. What is it? If you find an error in the database please get in touch with us. In Septemberthe government invited tenders, and an initial field of eight international candidates was subsequently narrowed down to two: Unitel of Angola and Lap Green. The letter stated that the sale of Zamtel was of considerable urgency in order to ensure the success of the company and on-going development of Zambia.