Rodoljub Radulović


Name: RodoljubSurname: RadulovićAKA:
Date of birth: Nov. 3, 1948Place of birth: Kotor, MontenegroNationality: MontenegrinAddress: 2701 N.E. 48 Court, Lighthouse Point, Florida 33064
Spouse: JasnaChildren: 2Interests: Oil trade; construction; transport of bananas; movie production; hotels and casino
Alleged Illegal Activities: Cocaine trafficking, money laundering, investment fraud, stock fraudSource: Greek Police press release, Argentinian law enforcement reports, U.S. court filings, Florida business files, Cayman Islands business records, company records, U.S Securities and exchange fraud allegations; SEC annual reports of Radulovic companies.
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Biography
A powerful Serbian businessman who has lived or operated in the United States, the Balkans, Russia,the Middle East, the Caribbean and Central America, Radulovic has amassed a fortune. But he also has close and high-ranking ties to cocaine smuggling, according to international law enforcement agencies. And an OCCRP investigation shows that tens of millions of dollars came through stock manipulation schemes and offshore companies court records say are shells designed to funnel money to Radulovic and his associates.
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Countries of Residence
Montenegro
Serbia
United States of America
Countries Used as "Safe Heaven"
United States of America
Countries Operating In
Montenegro
Serbia
United States of America
United Arab Emirates
Russia
Austria
Italy
Greece
Argentina
Ecuador

Associates

Persons with some association whether legally or personally with the party
First NameSurnameAKAConnectionDate of BirthDescriptionSource
DarkoŠarićDrugOrganizer of cocaine trafficking groupOct. 21, 1970Šarić and Radulović were partners in international coccaine smuggling, according to court records and investigative files obtained by Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project. These documents show that Radulović and Šarić are targeted by British investigators, the U.S. DEA and South American prosecutors. Citing a confidential report received from the British Serious Organized Crime Agency (SOCA), Argentinian investigative files provide details of the drug operation.Documents span from April, 2009 until March of 2010 and include confidential correspondence between South American and Serbian police, passport information and surveillance. The records say that the bosses of these organized crime structures are called Darko Šarić and Rodoljub Radulović. Last year Greek police arrested four young people and charged them with laundering drug money for Šarić and Radulović, who also have been charged but as leaders of the group. According to Serbian authorities, Darko Šarić was leader of powerful Balkan criminal organization which had for a years trafficking cocaine from South America through Balkan, Italy and Slovenia to Western Europe and had profited around billion euros each year. He have been indictmened seven times in Serbia, and currently he is being tried in absentia in a Special department of the High Court in Belgrade.Argentinian report; Greek Police Press release; High Court in Belgrade Records
DraganDudićMember of the criminal groupFeb. 25, 1960Dudić was a leader of Darko Saric’s cocain smuggling ring and was murdered in 2010. He was a sailor and owner of Secondo Porto, company based in Kotor and Risan Port. According to records in Montenegro,in late 2006. Radulović transferred 90-percent ownership of the Trecom Company to him. There is no explanation why Radulović would transfer assets worth tens of millions of euro to unknown sailor. In June, 2009, three years after receiving control of Radulović’s company, Dudic gave €265,000 in cash to buy a yacht that was supposed to be used in drug trafficking, according to records of the investigation. In October, 2009, Argentina police intercepted the yacht and seized more than two tons of cocaine. Four years later, in May 2010, Dudić was gunned down in a Kotor café. A local man who has been charged with the crime, Ivan Vračar, says he had been threatened by Dudić, but police have provided no true motive for the crime. Documents in Belgrade showing that at the time of his murder, Dudić was under investigation in Serbia where he was seen as one of leaders of cocaine smuggling network. Exclusive documents show that he was considered a crucial part of Saric’s gang. Suspect ‘’Dudić, along with Šarić Darko, Soković Goran, Vujanović Željko and several unknown persons, organized this crime group,’’ the document said. Last year, Greek police arrested two of Dudić’s children and charged them with laundering drug money for Šarić and Radulović, who also have been charged but as leaders of the group. Trecom Company records; Dragan Dudić Investigation Document; Greek Police Report; Media
GoranSokovićOrganizer of cocaine trafficking groupDec. 5, 1971Last year Greek police charged Soković as one of the leaders of the criminal group for cocaine trafficking and money laundering. The two other leaders are Rodoljub Radulović and Darko Šarić, Greek police said. In Serbia, Goran Soković, along with Darko Šarić and Željko Vujanović, was charged as organizer of criminal group involved in trafficking cocaine from South America to Western Europe in from 2008 until October 15, 2009. Soković was charged in April 2010 and now he is a fugitive. The state seized his 3 apartments in Belgrade. Indictment against Darko Šarić and his group; Greek Police Report
ŽarkoRadulovićNov. 2, 1952Žarko Radulović, Rodoljub's younger brother, has been working in his companies for years. Montenegrin business records show that from 1989 until 1993, Žarko Radulović was employed as General Manager of Trecom, in which he had 10% ownership. Also, he was director of the American Corporate Investors Company since 1996 and served as General Manager of Ramoil Engineering since 1995. He is graduated engineer and at the beginning of career he worked at Yugopetrol, the Yugoslavian state petroleum company. Securities And Exchange Commission Records; Trecom Company records
AleksandarTaflevichBusiness partner Taflevich is director of the American Corporate Investors Company since his appointment in June 1996. He previously was the majority shareholder of Trinal, Inc., a company which he founded and which provides railroad forwarding services primarily to major European fertilizer and metal manufacturers. His earlier businesses included Cristal Ball, based on Cayman Islands, DWT in Toronto Canada, Association A Marks, based in Moscow, Russia. Taflevich holds a Masters of Business Administration from the Moscow College of Commerce. According to Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filings from 1998, Taflevich loaned the Ramoil company $3 million in exchange for stock. In 2001 he was involved in a stock manipulation and fraud scheme with Radulović. They “made false public statements through the press,’’ promising that Ramoil would soon join the large NASDAQ market, even though the company didn’t meet even minimum requirements; and the so-called merger document which ignited trading was actually a “one paragraph letter by Radulovic expressing the vague possibility,’’ of joining a Swiss company, says SEC documents. In 2003, a U.S. federal judge issued a $1.9 million fraud judgment against Radulović. Securities And Exchange Commission Records; Florida business registry
WilliamBrownDirector of the company William Brown has served as a director of the American Corporate Investors since 1997. His professional experience is mostly in investment banking where he spant over thirty years among a wide range of firms. He had been working in Russo Securities Inc., a registered broker/dealer in New York, Bull and Bear Fund, Investment Banking for Thomson McKinnon Securities Inc., Investment Banking for Donaldson Lufkin and Jenerette, Paine Webber Capital Committee, etc.Securities And Exchange Commission Records
JovanRistićBusiness PartnerMay. 3, 1974Jovan Ristić is director of the Montenegrin company Trecom and holds ownership of it, according to the Central Registry of the Commercial Court in Podgorica. These records say he was director while the major owner was Dragan Dudić. But, after Dudić was killed in 2010, Ristić became the only owner of the company. Central Registry of the Commercial Court in Podgorica
NancyTrautman Trautman was Radulović's assistent in the Ramoil Managment company, according to initial document of the company, obtained by OCCRP.Ramiol Management Company Records
JasnaRadulovićWife, Business Partner Jasna is Rodoljub Radulović's wife. According to the documents obtained by OCCRP, she was involved in his businesses. In the 1980s Radulovic and his wife Jasna set up the company Yox, in Moscow and Austria, to trade oil and other commodities. Besides Yox, her name is mentioned in Ramoil Management's initial documents. Together with her husband and their companies, she was sued by Lukoil for not a $12 million debt for oil the Radulovic's purchased.Ramoil Management Company Records; Lukoil Court Records
Željko VujanovićDebeliOrganizer of cocaine trafficking groupJan. 13, 1978Vujanović, Šaric's cousin, along with Darko Šarić and Goran Soković, organized a criminal group police say were involved in trafficking cocaine from South America to Western Europe from 2008 until October 15, 2009. Vujanović was arrested in 2009 and since then he is in detention. According to the indictment from October 2012, Vujanović organized arrival of the other group members to the Argentina and he was in charge to pay group members for buying, hiding, transporting cocaine. He was also manager of Šarić's night club CASSINO in town Kragujevac. State seized his property.Indictment against Darko Šarić and his group April 2010; Indictment against Šarić, Radulović and others October 2012
Nenad NovakovićKućicaMember of cocaine trafficking groupFeb. 20, 1975According to the indictments obtained by OCCRP, Novaković was multiple charged with involvement in a cocaine trafficking in South America. He was transporting cocaine to the ship that smuggled drugs from Argentina to Western Europe in late 2008 and at the beginning of the 2009, says indictment from October 2012. Novaković is still a fugitive.Indictment against Šarić, Radulović and others October 2012; Indictment against Darko Šarić and his group April 2010.
Dragan LabudovićGago, LabudMember of cocaine trafficking groupApr. 17, 1973Labudović is charged with transferring information from group leaders to group members who were in South America. According to the indictment from October 2012, Labudović was part of the group whose job was to load cocaine on the ship that smuggled drugs from Argentina to Western Europe. In Berane (Montenegro), he owned company LD COM. Now he is in detention, since the trial is still on. State seized his apartment in Belgrade.Indictment against Šarić, Radulović and others October 2012; Indictment against Darko Šarić and his group April 2010.
Draško VukovićBeranacMember of cocaine trafficking groupOct. 31, 1977According to the documents obtained by OCCRP, Vuković was sentenced to 2 years in prison in Luxemburg for drug trafficking. For same reasons, he was in prison in Denmark, from where he escaped. He was indicted in April 2010 with drug trafficking as part of the Darko Šarić narco group, and after a year of hiding from Serbian prosecution, Vuković surrended to the Prosecution for Organized Crime in Belgrade, in November 2011. Now he is a cooperating witness in the cases against Šarić's criminal group. According to the indictment from October 2012, Vuković was high-ranking member of the Šarić's cocaine trafficking group and he has been actively involved in the purchase, storage and transfer of cocaine from South America to Western Europe.Indictment against Darko Šarić and his group April 2010; Indictment against Šarić, Radulović and others October 2012; Media
BorisLabanMrkiMember of cocaine trafficking groupOct. 5, 1976Boris Laban is on Interpol wanted list - he is wanted by the judicial authorities of Argentina to serve a sentence for cocaine smuggling. According to the indictment from October 2012, Laban has been actively involved in the storage and transfer of cocaine from South America to Western Europe. Since January 2011, Laban is in custody in Serbia. Boris Laban is owner of PARKING SERVIS in Berane.Indictment against Šarić, Radulović and others October 2012; Interpol
PetarObradovićPero, RopeMember of cocaine trafficking groupJun. 6, 1979Obradović is charged in October 2012 with involvement in cocaine trafficking from South America to Western Europe from 2008 until October 2009. According to the indictment, Obradović participated in loading cocaine to the ship that smuggled drugs from Argentina to Spain. Also, house in La Plata, Agrentina, which group bought for cocaine storing and hiding, was listed as Obradović's property. Now, he is a fugitive, wanted by Serbian authorities.Indictment against Šarić, Radulović and others October 2012
MarkoRačićMember of cocaine trafficking groupSep. 16, 1977Račić was charged in October 2012 with cocaine trafficking. Prosecutor Office in Serbia said that Račić as a member of Darko Šarić's narco group, has been actively involved in the purchase, storage and transfer of cocaine from Argentina to Western Europe. According to the indictment, Marko's brother Vladimir enabled his arrival to Argentina, before which Željko Vujanović approved participation in criminal activities for which Marko is charged. Račić is a fugitive.Indictment against Šarić, Radulović and others October 2012
Vladimir RačićMember of cocaine trafficking groupJun. 26, 1980Vladimir, together with his brother Marko, was charged in October 2012 with involvement in cocaine trafficking from South America to Western Europe from 2008 until October 2009. According to the indictment, until April 2009, criminal group bought at least 1.8 tones of cocaine which they smuggled by transoceanic ships owned by Radulović. Vladimir Račić is now a fugitive. Indictment against Šarić, Radulović and others October 2012
MihajloĐokovićMember of cocaine trafficking groupJan. 12, 1979Đoković is arrested in Italy for drug smuggling and that court process is still on. In October 2012 he was charged in Serbia for actively participation in buying, storing and smuggling drugs from South America to Western Europe. As a part of Darko Šarić's narco clan, Đoković worked on gathering many earlier drug shipments that organized criminal group sent from Argentina to Europe, but according to the cooperating witness Draško Vuković, he didn't participate in the last ships loading, in April 2009. Indictment against Šarić, Radulović and others October 2012
NebojšaSretenovićBokser, SreleMember of cocaine trafficking groupApr. 16, 1977Sretenović was charged in October 2012 with cocaine trafficking. Prosecution said that Sretenović as a member of Darko Šarić's narco group, has been actively involved in the purchase, storage and transfer of cocaine from Argentina to Western Europe. According to the cooperation witness Draško Vuković, Sretenović also was a courier who was passing reports on the costs of purchasing cocaine from Agrentina to the group organizers in Serbia. For his role, Sretenović got an apartment in Kragujevac (Serbia), prosecution said. Nebojša is a fugitive.Indictment against Šarić, Radulović and others October 2012

Documents
Securities And Exchange Commission Records
Greek Police Press release
Indictment against Darko Šarić and his group August 2010
Trecom Company records
Central Registry of the Commercial Court in Podgorica
Ramiol Management Company Records
Lukoil Court Records
Indictment against Šarić, Radulović and others October 2012


Charges

TypeCharging BodyChargeDateDescriptionSource
Other Transpetrol CompanyAug. 19, 1999Lawsuit reveals one of the earliest deals involved the sale of oil to Bosnia through an Italian affiliate just before the start of the 1990s war. According to the document Transpetrol, a Bermuda firm, was supplying Radulović's company Yox. Radulović never paid for the shipment, then set up a series of phony companies and false records to avoid paying nearly $150,000, according to lawsuits filed in London and a Palm Beach Circuit Court judge ruling in West Palm Beach, FL. Radulović repeatedly lied about his assets and made false statements about the status of a Jugo Banka line of credit, lawsuit says. The U.S. judge dismissed most of the charges, saying they should be tried in London, but refused to dismiss fraud charges against Radulović personally. An appeals court agreed, and Radulović defaulted without paying the debt.Transpetrol v Radulović Court Records
Other Lukoil CompanyFeb. 20, 2003According to court records, Yox, controlled by Radulović and his wife Jasna, bought more than 165,000 metric tons of oil at a set price of more than $21 million in 1991. Yox paid only a portion of the money, and a Moscow court issued a judgment against if for more than $12 million in 1998 . To avoid paying, Yox set up several new companies under the names Ramoil Holding, Ramoil Management and other similar titles in Boca Raton Florida, the Cayman Islands and elsewhere. The companies were a ploy to hide assets and to funnel money to the Radulovićes for their personal use, according to a 1998 lawsuit filed by Lukoil in U.S. District Court in Miami. Radulović countered that he didn’t have to pay for the oil because of a U.N. Embargo that made it illegal for citizens of Yugoslavia to enter into international contracts. He also admitted under oath that a second contract he signed in Boca Raton, Fla. In 1995 promising to repay the debt was a fraud, federal judge ruled.“Radulović testified, however, that he had no intention of paying the debt owed to the plaintiff,’’ U.S. District Judge K. Michael Moore wrote in February, 2003, adding that Radulović signed the contract because he was merely “trying to get time.’’ Moore found Radulović had committed fraud and issued a $12 million summary judgment, meaning that the evidence was so overwhelming that Radulović had no legal defense.Ramoil and Radulović never paid the debt, according to records. Later in 2003, another judge tacked on more than $600,000 to his bill, to cover the cost of Lukoil’s attorneys. Lukoil v Rdaulović Court Records
InvestigationArgentinian prosecutionCocaine traffickingApr. 3, 2009Argentinian prosecution records obtained by the Organized Crime and Corruption Reporting Project show that Radulović, together with Šarić, is targeted by British investigators, the U.S. DEA and South American prosecutors. Citing a confidential report received from the British Serious Organized Crime Agency (SOCA), Argentinian investigative files provide details of the drug operation and also reveal that they tracked a string of Serbians and other nationals of the former Yugoslavia who operated out of Argentina."This organization is from Europe, and will transfer drugs from Argentina to Europe … the (SOCA) report said that the bosses of these organized crime structures are called Darko Šarić and Rodoljub Radulović," investigative files reviewed and copied by OCCRP say. "They would use two vessels to transport 500 kg of cocaine each." The records also say Šarić and Radulović disguised their smuggled cocaine on ships carrying legal cargo such as sugar and cement. The ships are listed as the NV Verti and the Golden Lion, although a country of registration is not specified. In total, the reports show at least eight men from the Balkans participated in the smugglingArgentina records, which include British SOCA
PoliceGreek policeCocaine traffickingDec. 1, 2011In December 2011, Rodoljub Radulović, together with Darko Šarić and Goran Soković is accused as the leader of an international criminal organization that have been trafficking drugs from countries of South America into European countries. Following a police investigation, in late November 2011, Greek police arrested four Montenegrin citizens, including two Dragan Dudić's children. According to the police, arrested were members of the criminal organization and trafficked huge amounts of money via banks and offshore companies, placing money in bank safe-deposit boxes, and had purchased luxury real estate properties. "All four persons arrested and the three leading members are accused of participating in criminal organization, repetitious and habitual legitimization of proceeds, within the context of the criminal organization, on account and to the benefit thereof. Moreover, they are considered to be particularly dangerous offenders, charged with bringing narcotic drugs into the country, purchasing, holding and selling drugs jointly, repeatedly and habitually," Greek police said. Greek police Press Release
IndictmentProsecution for Organized Crime in SerbiaCocaine smuggling Oct. 26, 2012Radulović, together with Darko Šarić, was indicted in October 2012 in Serbia for participating in smuggling 1.8 tones of cocaine from South America to Europe, which was hidden on ships in legal loads of soybeans. According to the indictment, between January and March 2009, Radulović organized arrival of ships "Verti" and "Golden" and arranged transport of goods from Argentina to Spain, as a camouflage for cocaine transport through that route. Draško Vuković, a former member of the group who is now a protected witness, said that cocaine was bought from crime groups from Colombia, Bolivia and Peru. In early April 2009, when ships arrived in Argentine territorial waters, nearly 2 tons of cocaine, packed in bags, were transferred to an ocean liner from a small boat, said Prosecution for Organized Crime in Serbia. The ship then, with drugs hidden in chambers used for oil and water storage, sailed to the port of San Lorenzo in the Argentine province of Santa Fe, where they loaded soy as camouflage for cocaine transportation. From there cocaine came across the Atlantic Ocean near Spain and Gibraltar, where drug was overloaded from ship to a fishing boat and transported to Europe for resale. Greek police raided the ship, but after crime group unloaded the cocaine near the Spain, and found no drug, the indictment says.Indictment against Šarić, Radulović and others

Documents
Transpetrol v Radulović Court Records
Lukoil v Radulović Court Records
Greek police Press Release
Indictment against Šarić, Radulović and others, October 2012


Companies

NameType of OwnershipPercentage OwnershipOther OwnersDescriptionAnnual IncomeSource
American Corporate Investors- SELECT -American Corporate Investors, is a Delaware corporation founded on December 1986 for the purpose of engaging in and acquiring profitable business opportunities in the United States and overseas. In 1996 the Company acquired 100% of the outstanding shares of Ramoil Management Company, Inc.(RMC). Securities and Exchange Commission Records
Ramoil Management Company - SELECT -Ramoil Management Company was incorporated in 1992 in Boca Raton, Florida by Rodoljub Radulović. Company is in business of providing consulting and managerial services to its subsidiary companies - Ramoil Engineering S.P.A., City Mix Concrete Inc. and, until December 1997, to Ramoil Holdings, Inc. In 1996, Ramoil opened a branch office in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE) in order to manage the various projects that it was engaged in. According to SEC filings from 1997-1999 Ramoil had secured a contract with the Ritz-Carlton luxury hotel chain to build a 50-story tower in Abu Dhabi. According to a 1997 filing, the entire project was to have been completed within 30 months. The project never materialized. The filings claim that Ramoil have won “concession rights’’ for land valued at $36 million and a contract to become an initial developer of the $3.3 billion Saadiyat Free Trade Zone. Ramoil never did those things. Documents obtained by OCCRP show that Lukoil, a massive Russian oil company, but also Securities And Exchange Commission filed lawsuits against Ramoil and Radulović. In both cases Radulović lost. Securities and Exchange Commission Records, Lukoil vs. Radulovic Court records,
Ramoil Holding Company- SELECT -Ramoil Holding Company was established on the Cayman Islands and was affiliated through common ownership by the Ramoil Management Company (RMC)'s majority shareholder. According to the Securities And Exchange Commission records, RMC was providing consulting and managerial services to Ramoil Holding until December 1997. Documents obtained by OCCRP say Ramoil Holding was a sham corporation which function was to act as a nominal contracting party for international commodity transactions for Radulović.Securities and Exchange Commission Records, Lukoil vs. Radulović Court records
Ramoil Engineering S.P.A.- SELECT -Ramoil Engineering S.P.A. (RME) was established in 1993 under Italian law and provides construction supplies and services. In 1996, following the termination of the international trade operations of Ramoil, RME became the only source of revenues for the main company. Securities and Exchange Commission Records
City Mix Concrete- SELECT -City Mix Concrete, (CMIX) was established in 1998 in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates. CMIX is owned by RMC through a consulting agreement with its majority shareholder, Rodoljub Radulovic. In 1999, The Gulf Bank in the Emirates approved a $1.1 million loan to Radulovic and his City Mix Concrete to purchase trucks and other equipment, according to a letter from the bank to Radulovic obtained by OCCRP. Four years later, in 2003, the bank sent another letter to City Mix. The letter noted that City Mix had fallen behind on its loan and offered to negotiate a settlement for “the outstanding liability in the account".Securities and Exchange Commission Records, Gulf Bank Documents
Ramoil Middle East Acquisitions Inc.- SELECT -Ramoil Middle East Acquisitions Inc. (RMEA) was founded in September 1999. According to the documents, RMEA was formed to hold the stock that will be issued to the Company upon the initial public offering of stock of the Sadyaat Free Trade Zone.Securities and Exchange Commission Records
Ramoil UAE- SELECT -In March 1997 Ramoil Company was registered in the United Arabian Emirates with office in Abu Dhabi.Securities and Exchange Commission Records
Ramoil Holding Co. Ltd- SELECT -On August 6, 2007 Roduljub Radulovic filed an affidavit to register a new company, Ramoil Holding Co. Ltd. Company was established on Cayman Islands, with a founding capital of about $9,000.Cayman Gazette Register
Bana KingPersonal33,33%Slavko Despot (33,33%) and Milomir Joksimović (33,33%)Bana King company was established in Belgrade in 2002. by Radulović and his business partners Slavko Despot and Milomir Joksimović, known as Miša Omega. Company imported bananas in Serbia, but registered business also were construction and engeneering. Records show that both of Radulović's partners left the company in December 2002 and Radulović closed it in 2006.Serbian Business Registers Agency Records
Tri Em InvestPersonalMilan Zakulović and Maksut ĆatovićTri Em Invest was founded by Radulović, Milan Zakulović and Maksut Ćatović in 2003 as movie production company. Company offices were in Belgrade, in building owned by Zukanović’s agency Koling. In the interview with OCCRP, Ćatović told that Radulović had experience in that business. "He was bringing Americans here to make movies before the 90s, in the former Yugoslavia," he said. But, there is no record that company ever made a movie. Records show that 18 months after the founding, Radulović’s partners left the company and Radulović finally closed it down in August, 2009. Serbian Business Register Agency Records, Interview with Ćatović
TrecomThrough Connected Person or CompanyDocuments show that Trecom was founded in 1989. Next year company made lucrative deals with municipality of Kotor and rented 7 locations in historical part of town, including fortress. Contracts, on behalf of Trecom, were signed by Rodoljub’s brother Žarko Radulović, company’s director. According to business records, in late 2006 Radulović transferred 90-percent ownership of Trecom to Dragan Dudić. After Dudić was killed, the owner of the company became Jovan Ristić, according to Central register of the Montenegrin Commercial Court. In Kotor, Trecom founded hotel Cattaro, caffe AS and casino Cattaro, in which invested 400.000 euros. Company controls much of the parts of the historical district which are protected by UNESCO as place of great historical value. Central register of the Montenegrin Commercial Court Records; Contracts with municipality of Kotor
YoxPersonalCompany was founded in the 1980s by Radulović and his wife Jasna, in Moscow and Austria, to trade oil and other commodities. Documents obtained by OCCRP say they used company to avoid paying oil shipments to big oil companies. In 1991 Transpetrol, a Bermuda firm, alleged a lawsuit that Yox never paid for the shipment, then set up a series of phony companies and false records to avoid paying nearly $150,000. Other case is much bigger - Lukoil sued it for not paying of more than $21 million in 1991. Yox paid only a portion of the money, and a Moscow court issued a judgment against if for more than $12 millionTranspetrol vs Ramoil Court records; Lukoil vs Ramoil Court records
3R Ventures Inc.- SELECT -3R Ventures Company was established on May 1995 in Boca Raton, Florida by Radulović and his wife Jasna.3R Ventures Company Records
Znak InvestPersonal45%Znak Company (40%) and Novi Tamiš Company (15%)The company was founded in 2008 in Serbian city Pančevo, by another company called Znak. The owner of Znak is Ljubinka Krlović, wife of the Darko Šarić's lawyer, charged to participated in money laundering. According to the documents, Znak Invest owns building worth 1.2 million euros and in December 2008 Radulović got 45% of ownership. In that way, he became partner also with Bogdan Rodić, well - known Serbian businessman. In an interview to OCCRP, Ljubinka Krlović said she hadn't enough money to invest so she needed a partner. “He paid €600,000 euros and got 45-percent ownership,"she said. In October 2012, High Court in Belgrade temporarily seized Radulović's stake in the company Znak Invest. Serbian Business Registers Agancy Records, Interview with Ljubinka Krlović
Man Mare- SELECT -According to the indictment against Radulović, Šarić and others for cocaine smuggling from October 2012, between January and March 2009, Radulović organized the travel of the cargo ships "Verti" and "Golden" through his offshore company "Man Mare" and arranged transport of goods from Argentina to Spain as a camouflage for cocaine transport through that route. At one point, the "Verti" was searched by Greek police, but they found no drugs because they had already been offloaded. The document states that 1.8 tons of cocaine were successfully smuggled and sold in Europe.Indictment against Šarić, Radulović and others October 2012

Documents
Stevan Banović - Statement about forcing him to testify against Subotić
Lukoil vs. Radulovic Court records
Cayman Gazette Register
Trecom Company statut
Trecom Contracts with municipality of Kotor
Trecom Company records
Transpetrol vs Ramoil Court records
3R Ventures Company Records
Gulf Bank Documents
Znak Invest Company records
Ramoil Agreement With Ritz Carlton Hotel
Securities and Exchange Commission Findings and court records
Rental Agreement Between City Mix Concrete and RMC Super Mix
Bana King Company records
Tri Em Invest Company records
High Court - Decision on temporary seizure of Znak Invest


Legal Income

OriginAmountTime FrameDescriptionSource

Illegal Income

OriginAmountTime FrameDescriptionSource

Donations & Charity

OrganizationAmountTime FrameDescriptionSource

Real Assets

Type of PropertyEstimated ValueDescriptionSource
Real-estateAround 2.7 million EurosRadulović owns two houses in Lighthouse Point, Florida.
Real-estate600.000 EurosRadulović has 45% ownership of building in Pančevo, worth 1.2 million EurosSerbian Busniness Registers Agency

Documents
Mortgage Records
Radulovic Deed 1999
Radulovic Lien Lake Placid
Radulovic Lien LHP 1999
Satisfaction of $450,000 in 2002
Building in Pančevo Documents


Links & Connections

This section lists persons who are linked through other connections including businesses or mutual associates. This may not indicate a direct relationship between the parties.
Name of the Person / OrganizationDescriptionSource
Milomir JoksimovićMilomir Joksimović, known as Miša Omega, was Radulović's partner in Bana King company. They founded the company in 2002, but nine months later, Joksimović ended the partnership.Miša Omega claimed in an interview with the magazine NIN that he owns more than 100 companies, and a search of Serbian business registry records showed dozens connected to him. Most were bought through privatization in 2004, and two were rescinded because he didn’t honor the agreements, records show. Joksimović was also a close friend to feared and brutal crime figure Sreten Jocić, aka Joca Amsterdam, and was a guest on Jocić’s 45th birthday on Oct. 27, 2007. Jocić is in jail for ordering a murder and is awaiting trial for the assassination of Croatian journalist Ivo Pukanić. Serbian Business Registers Agency Records; Hearing record of Miomir Joksimović; Media
Slavko DespotDespot was Radulović’s other partner in Bana King and he left company at the same time as Joksimović. He is the owner of Julieta, one of Serbia’s largest importers of Cuban cigars, and owns Casa de Habano in Serbia and Bosnia and also restaurant Julieta in Belgrade. Julieta Company is owned by the offshore company Alpha Management Consultants llc based in Delaware, which is owned by Despot who also has power of attorney over it. In 2007, he opened branch of the Delaware company in Belgrade. Serbian Business Registers Agency Records
Maksut ĆatovićMaksut Maksa Ćatović was Radulović's partner in Tri Em Invest company, but as he said to the OCCRP, he knew Radulovića years before the partnership and hasn't seen him in years. Movie production company was established in 2003 but after 18 months Ćatović left the it. In the interview to OCCRP Ćatović told the partnership was dissolved because of differing opinions on how best to run the company. He also said that Radulović owed money to Zukanović, other partner in the company, who began building his friend a villa in Dedinje, but wasn’t paid in return. Ćatović is famed Seriban film producer, who produced many famous Serbian movies including ‘’Underground.’’ He also brought stars such Luciano Pavarotti, Madonna, Sting, Metalica and AC/DC to play in Belgarde.Serbian Business Registers Agency; Interview with Ćatović; Media
Milan ZukanovićMilan Zukanović was Radulović's other partner in Tri Em Invest company, and he left it at the same time as Ćatović, in December 2004. Zukanović owned one of biggest construction and real estate agencies in Serbia named Koling and the sport centre. Two months ago he shot himself in the head. Police said Zukanović killed himself because of crushing debts facing his construction and real estate businesses, and no foul play is suspected.Serbian Business Registers Agency Records; Police report
Andrija KrlovićAndrija Krlović is a former police officer and lawyer who was arrested on March 9, 2010 and charged with helping launder money for Darko Šarić, primarily for his role in the privatized company Mitrosrem AD. Currently he is in jail and awaiting trial. Krlović, together with his wife Ljubinka, was partner with Radulović in buying real estate in Pančevo, city near Belgrade. In the interview with OCCRP, Ljubinka Krlović said she and her husband owned Znak Invest company and had big plans to turn abandoned buildings into a city hotel, but they needed money, so they enlisted help from Radulović. “He paid 600,000 euros and got 45-percent ownership," she said. According to the documents obtained by OCCRP, Radulović still owns that percentage of the company and the building. Serbian Business Registers Agency; Indictemnt against Darko Šarić and his group August 2010; Interview eith Ljubinka Krlović
Bogdan RodićBogdan Rodic is part of a famous Serbian business family that owns grocery chain and retail outlets, with most of its holdings located in Vojvodina, a northern Serbian province. Few day before Andrija Krlović arrest, he transferred ownership of Novi Tamiš company to Rodić. This company has 15% ownership of the Znak Invest, in which 45% ownership holds Rodoljub Radulović. According to the documents obtained by OCCRP, Rodić and Radulović are still partners in the company that has building worth 1.2 million Euros. Serbian Business Registers Agency Records

Documents
Novi Tamiš - transfer from Krlović to Rodić
Znak Invest Company records
Indictemnt against Darko Šarić and his group August 2010
Koling AD Shareholders
Julieta DOO Company records
Julieta BCC Company records
Alpha Management consultants llc - Branch in Belgrade
Hearing record of Milomir Joksimović



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