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Caledonian Bank liquidators paint bleak picture for creditors

Cayman Islands-based Caledonian Bank has millions of dollars of related-party transactions that typically "can be difficult to recover full value" and is exposed to "a single large loan" of $93.7 million, representing more than half of all loans receivable. The grim news for creditors came in the first report of liquidators Keiran Hutchison and Claire Loebell.
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How to Recover Assets Concealed Offshore

Contrary to popular belief, it IS possible for creditors to locate, freeze and seize assets that debtors hold through offshore accounts – it just takes a lot of effort and expertise.

BVI Commercial Court judge to speak at OffshoreAlert Conference

Justice Barry Leon, the newly-appointed judge for the Commercial Division of the British Virgin Islands High Court, will speak at next month's OffshoreAlert Conference.

How to conduct successful investigations in offshore financial centers

Private investigators from the major international financial centers of the Bahamas, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, and Cayman Islands will discuss their trade at next month's OffshoreAlert Conference in Miami Beach.

UBS whistleblower Brad Birkenfeld to speak at OffshoreAlert Conference

Whistleblower Bradley Birkenfeld - who received a $104 million award for blowing the whistle on the tax evasion practices of Swiss bank UBS - will speak at The OffshoreAlert Conference in Miami Beach. He will participate in what is essentially a 'super panel' of four of the most significant figures in the history of offshore banking whistleblowing and leaks.

How OffshoreAlert exposed one of the world's biggest-ever frauds

At the upcoming OffshoreAlert Conference on financial intelligence and investigations, OffshoreAlert will reveal how we identified and investigated evidence that Belvedere Management Group was a criminal enterprise.

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LETTERS TO THE EDITOR  

Letter to the editor from Lebanon-based advance fee fraudster Mahmoud Chahal in which he threatens in broken English to harm OffshoreAlert's publisher because of postings by third parties on our message board ten years ago.
Letter from Henri Lechner asking OffshoreAlert to remove his name from an article in 2006 about a dubious offshore scheme in St. Kitts & Nevis called 'Perpetual Wealth' that was headed by Canadian national Timothy von Kaay.

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