A Spanish court has issued an order that allows an international arms dealer and a related firm to freeze $8.5 million of assets belonging to the Imperial Consolidated Group. The order was issued on March 8, 2002 by the Court of the First Instance, in Marbella against Imperial Consolidated Inc., of Delaware; Imperium Bank, of Grenada; and Consolidated Mining Corporation Inc., of the Bahamas.
Articles Bahamas Banks & Trusts Featured Fraud Grenada Imperial Consolidated Investment Spain United Kingdom USAMarch 31, 2002
Arms dealer obtains asset freeze order against Imperial Consolidated Group
21 years ago
TopicsBahamas Banks & Trusts Fraud Grenada Investment
KeywordsImperial Consolidated Imperium Bank Kaydal, SA Monzer al-Kassar