Angola: Ex-first daughter of Angola Neto says no wrongdoing by husband in Swiss corruption probe

The former first-daughter of Angola Irene Neto has denied any wrongdoing by her husband, a top figure in the oil industry who is the focus of a Swiss money-laundering probe and subject to one of the largest personal asset freezes in Swiss history.

Prosecutors say Carlos Manuel de São Vicente’s monopoly over insurance and re-insurance for state oil giant Sonangol from 2000 to 2016 culminated in huge bank transfers into accounts in his own name, his companies, wife and family members, according to court documents seen by Reuters.

The Geneva-based law firm representing De São Vicente has told Reuters he refutes the charges and had always acted according to the law.

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