Conmen seek refuge
PANAMA. The German owners of ACI, Uwe Lohmann, 64 and his son Robin 34 apparently have offered over $500,000 down payment in cash to an...
PANAMA. The German owners of ACI, Uwe Lohmann, 64 and his son Robin 34 apparently have offered over $500,000 down payment in cash to an international offshore and consulting provider in Panama to create two -new identities- in South America, said the blog of Goldman, Mogernstern & Partners Financial Services report.
According to the webpage, the German businessmen have transferred huge amounts to Bahrain, Panama and Belize.
The Lohmanns were responsible for planning and launching in Dubai commercial and residential tower projects, collecting $213 millions from more than 8000 German investors.
They made a similar amount of money off unit buyers in Dubai and another $355 millions from United Arab Emirates banks, said the report. Their projects have been connected with celebrities like Boris Becker, Michael Schumacher and Niki Lauda.
Meanwhile, Robin Lohmann was forced to surrender his passport to the Dubai authorities and has to report to the police and public prosecution. His management team under Indian Sanjay Chimnani has already left the country.
The blog said that the Lohmanns are going to be arrested soon.