The UN journal Inner City Press has an article claiming that Steven Schook and William Walker have asked the UNMIK head Zanier whether there is any objection if they take part in Kosovo's privatization.
Of course neither of them is new to the money game. One of the reasons Schook had to leave as deputy SRSG was the way he worked as head of Kosovo's privitization program. And William Walker works as a consultatant for American AES, a company that wants to take over Kosovo's power plants.
Another interesting point in the article: EULEX didn't allow the UN to attend its meetings in Belgrade.