Wealth investigators share £200m bounty
Three wealth investigators have shared about £200m in bounty fees after tracking down the assets of Georgian billionaire Arkady "Badri" Patarkatsishvili. However, the firm they used to work for is suing them for a share after they left to set up their own agreement with the billionaire’s family. Former solicitor Ben Marson and two associates became multimillionaires after identifying $3bn of assets and taking a 15% success fee for everything over $500m.
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