OffshoreAlert
Daily news, documents and intelligence about Offshore Financial Centers and those who conduct business in them that you will not find anywhere else.

Alistair Woolf to buy St. George’s Club timeshare project in Bermuda

November 09, 1994 by David Marchant

TOPICS

EMAIL ALERTS  

Get Free Alerts by Topic

NOT YET RATED  

246810

British property developer Alistair Woolf is heading a group that is about to buy the St George’s Club timeshare complex for between $3.75 million and $4.25 million, we can reveal.

Mr Woolf, whose group includes several Bermudians, is currently finalising a purchase arrangement with the Club’s receiver, Price Waterhouse, and is expected to put pen to paper within days.

Please Subscribe to read this article or Sign In

The Best Offshore Reporting

For Less Than $2 per Day

$60

per Month

Unlimited
Access

The NEW OffshoreAlert Daily

Investigative Financial News

The sooner you learn of news that affects your business or assets, the quicker you can react. Our proprietary news and investigations will help you make better decisions in the cut-throat world of international finance.

  • Breaking News Affecting Offshore Financial Centers
  • Largest Searchable Database of Offshore Information
  • Blogs by Leading Industry Practitioners
  • Intelligence Not Available Anywhere Else

TOPICS

EMAIL ALERTS  

Sign-Up for eMail Alerts by Topic or Keyword

NOT YET RATED  

246810

OffshoreAlert encourages lively, open debate and asks that you refrain from profanity, hate speech, personal comments and remarks that are off point. Thank you for taking the time to offer your thoughts.


POST A COMMENT

Text Only 2000 character limit
OffshoreAlert Conference

OffshoreConnect Free Sign Up

Stay informed & connected

  • Free Email Alerts on Breaking News
  • Free Access to Blogs by Industry Leaders
  • Free Contribute to Due Diligence Forums
'Reporters Without Borders' - You can't be serious!
David Marchant
The France based 'Reporters Without Borders' has just released its '2016 World Press Freedom Index', which purports to measure the "level of freedom of information in 180 countries", and, not for the fist time with this annual index, I question