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  • Following the $1 billion cash payment to Troika shareholders—of which Standard Bank will receive $372 million—the South African bank is eligible to receive up to $200 million more if Troika's results are favorable through 2013.

    Russia's Sberbank to Buy Troika Dialog

  • Troika's expectation of change is a sentiment worthy of President Medvedev, who has been doing his utmost to clear up corruption - by exhortation.

    Robert Lenzner: It's The Corruption, Stupid

  • Troika's concluding statement on corruption is significant: 'As we have argued for some time, Russia is in an anomalous position to have so much corruption amid such high levels of wealth, education and internet usage.

    Robert Lenzner: It's The Corruption, Stupid

  • Most of Troika's stake is held by its chief executive, Ruben Vardanian , who will remain at the helm of Troika for three years, the companies said.

    Russia's Sberbank to Buy Troika Dialog

  • Troika's expectation of change is a sentiment worthy of President Medvedev, who has been doing his utmost to clear up corruption--by exhortation.

    It's The Corruption, Stupid

  • Troika's expectation of change is a sentiment worthy of President Medvedev, who has been doing his utmost to clear up corruption - by exhortation.

    Robert Lenzner: It's The Corruption, Stupid

  • In light of what the Trinitarians tell us later on, I take it the Troika's powers have been similarly reduced.

    Annotations for Trinity issue #51 | Robot 6 @ Comic Book Resources – Covering Comic Book News and Entertainment

  • Troika's concluding statement on corruption is significant: 'As we have argued for some time, Russia is in an anomalous position to have so much corruption amid such high levels of wealth, education and internet usage.

    Robert Lenzner: It's The Corruption, Stupid

  • Troika's concluding statement on corruption is significant: As we have argued for some time, Russia is in an anomalous position to have so much corruption amid such high levels of wealth, education and Internet usage.

    It's The Corruption, Stupid

  • Troika manages in excess of $10 billion in institutional, retail and government funds, while Renaissance, part of Renaissance Group LLC and Troika's main rival in Russia, manages $6.5 billion mainly for high-net-worth individuals and has recently lost five of its senior fund management executives.

    Citigroup gives a boost

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