Barclays, Others Must Turn Over Docs In Mallya Fraud Case

Law360, London (July 29, 2019, 7:17 PM BST) -- Barclays and Qatar National Bank have been ordered to hand over documents to help unravel the ownership of assets thought to belong to Vijay Mallya, as a group of Indian banks fights to recover £1.14 billion ($1.4 billion) allegedly owed by the entrepreneur's collapsed airline.

High Court Judge Robin Knowles signed off on an order sought by a consortium of Indian lenders seeking to establish the true ownership of assets they believe are linked with Mallya. The consortium, led by the State Bank of India, is trying to recover loans and interest the members claim to be owed by his collapsed...

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