This is the exclusive RT report on Rajiv Saxena. Rajiv Saxena, co-accused in the Rs 3,600-crore AgustaWestland VVIP choppers money laundering case, is a Dubai-based businessman.
According to the Enforcement Directorate, Rajiv Saxena is alleged to have laundered illegal proceeds to pay off various bureaucrats, political figures and air force officials to influence the 2007 contract for supply of 12 VVIP helicopters in favour of British manufacturer AgustaWestland. He is married to Shivani Saxena, who was the Journalist and migrated to Dubai.
Saxena, along with co-accused Deepak Talwar, were dramatically brought from Dubai in a special plane and produced before the Patiala House Court in the capital. There is more to the nexus of Saxena in India.
Regtechtimes specialize in identification of the heightened risk professionals found Rajiv Saxena to be associated with multiple companies along with his wife Shivani Saxena. Most of these companies were found to be located in Mumbai.
Indian Companies of Rajiv Saxena
RT Research on Rajiv Saxna reveals that he was associated with multiple Indian companies as the Director. His wife Shivani Saxena was associated with 2 companies.
Regtech Times conducts the research on heightened risk individuals in India. Research on Rajiv Saxena is available on verification. These research reports decrypt the universe of companies around Rajiv Saxena and are helpful for bankers and investors to understand the risk associated with the undisclosed potentially related parties.
List of the companies associated with Rajiv Saxena are noted here. To know the potentially related companies please write us on firstname.lastname@example.org
|Company Name||Designation||Appointment Date|
|CITY PULSE DEVELOPERS PRIVATE LIMITED||Director||18 February 2008|
|GRANT TRADING AND SERVICES PRIVATE LIMITED||Director||15 February 2008|
|WHITESPRING ESTATES PRIVATE LIMITED||Director||09 April 2010|
|RECOM PROPERTIES PRIVATE LIMITED||Director||30 September 2015|
|PRITHVI CONSULTANCY SERVICES PRIVATE LIMITED||Director||15 February 2008|