December 21, 2012 - Application by Alfredo Carlos Pott for an order to issue subpoenas to Gonzalo Lopez Jordan, Karen Lopez Jordan, Santiago Steed, Diego Steed, Walter Leesberg-Konig, Luca Sarti Magi, World Capital Properties, LLC (aka World Capital Investments, Inc.), Acqua Holdings, LLC, and Orion South America King Crab, LLC for use in a criminal action in Argentina against Walter Leesberg-Konig, Diego Steed, and Gonzalo Lopez Jordan for alleged fraud.
March 22, 2012 - Fifty-two creditors who are owed US$9.8 million by a Cayman Islands-based financial services group known as 'SEGOES' that was fraudulently-operated by U. S. national John Kaweske will receive a liquidation dividend of just one per cent.
March 21, 2012 - SEGOES Services Ltd. and SEGOES Holdings Ltd. - Tenth and Final Report of the Liquidator - March 21, 2012
March 14, 2012 - Complaint in Guardian Fiduciary Trust Limited, formerly Capital Conservator Savings & Loan Limited, v. Stopanska Banka AD - Skopje at New York State Supreme Court.
March 24, 2011 - Alleged fraudster Michael Guard rises to the top at dubious Capital Conservator Group; The sordid tale of disbarred Bahamas attorney Jan Ward; Arnold Forbes claims he intends to sue Canadian broadcaster CTV for implicating him in an alleged investment fraud; Stanford University Professor Dr. Thomas Kenney accepts advisory role with dubious offshore investment firm Cedrus Investments; and Cayman Islands-domiciled Alacrity Capital Offshore Fund and related parties are sued in a dispute over administrative fees.
March 07, 2011 - A breakdown by jurisdiction and amounts of accounts held at Stanford International Bank.
January 04, 2011 - BRAZIL Football and fraud Brazil has committed to billions of dollars worth of infrastructure investments in preparation for the 2014 World Cup and the 2016 Olympic Games. The opportunities for foreign suppliers, contractors and investors are considerable. So, too, are
July 06, 2010 - Nevis Court of Appeals issues bizarre ruling against Millennium Financial fraud victims and in favor of their alleged tormentor (Ian Scott, who is currently under indictment in California); in a separate action, asset planners in the US allegedly portrayed Nevis as the perfect place to hide money from creditors, according to a client who claimed to have been defrauded by those selling him the plan; The U. K. Serious Fraud Office suffers another reverse as a jury acquits former Imperial Consolidated principals Jared Brook and Lincoln Fraser on one fraud count and is undecided on another; and the SFO hopes to have better luck with recently-filed fraud charges against Terry Lindon and Giles Hutchinson, who were involved in an Imperial Consolidated spin-off known as Invaro.
May 12, 2010 - Bermuda resident Eric Collins seemingly rues the day he agreed to serve as a director of Consensus Investments Ltd., which the SEC alleges was used to conceal insider trading in penny stock SHEP Technologies by Lines Overseas Management, Scott Lines,
May 18, 2009 - The liquidators of Cayman Islands based investment firm SEGOES Services Ltd., whose admitted claims are US$9.8 million, have told creditors they will receive no pay out.As the liquidation draws to a close, there are nowhere enough assets to cover the