One of the companies that Kenya has been trying to trace with regard to the loss of Sh4.9 billion in the ongoing Anglo Leasing scandal cases belongs to Kamani\u2019s family, a Nairobi court heard yesterday. The revelation was made when the lead investigating officer Ignatius Wekesa tabled documents from Switzerland showing that the Kamanis are the directors and beneficiaries of Apex Finance Corporation. Through a certificate of incorporation, the court heard that the company that was allegedly involved in the contract for supply of police security equipment was incorporated in January 8, 1998 in Mauritius by the registrar of international companies under the Company Act, 1994. Wakesa said that he got the information that the company directors are Chamanlal Kamani, Deepak Kamani and Rashmi Kamani from mutual legal assistance documents supplied to former Kenya Anti-Corruption Commission (KACC) from the Switzerland government. He took the trial magistrate Felix Kombo through several documents in three files they received on February 2015 showing that the Kamanis opened an account with one of the Switzerland authorities known as Scholders J. Company Limited on March 3, 1998 where they indicated that the first directors of Apex Finance Corporation was the Kamanis and one Johnny Yan Man Sheng. \u201cThe signatories of the account number 602994 are Chamanlal Kamani, Deepak Kamani and Rashmi Kamani from the opening accounts documents of the Apex Finance Corporation,\u201d said Wekesa. He said a bank statement from scholders Bank shows that on April 14,2004 a sum of Euros 730,000 and Euros 470,000 was deposited in the Swiss Euro Clearing bank by an order of government of Kenya as three per cent of commitment fee as per the contract. The new information comes after the company which is at the centre of the Anglo Leasing scandal and linked to the Kamani family was struck off the register in the British Virgin Islands in 2008, which means it no longer exists in law.