British attorney Timothy Schools and entities he wholly or partly beneficially owned received £81 million of the £108 million that was swindled from investors in Cayman Islands-domiciled Axiom Legal Financing Fund, the Fund's Receivers have claimed in an amended complaint filed at the High Court in London.
Articles Asset Recovery Axiom Legal Financing Fund Cayman Islands Featured Fraud Investment Isle of Man Liquidations & Insolvencies Marshall Islands Switzerland United KingdomJanuary 28, 2014
Axiom founder Tim Schools received £81 m of £108 m swindled from investors, claim Receivers
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TopicsAsset Recovery Cayman Islands Fraud Investment Isle of Man [ 4 more... ] [ top 5 ]
KeywordsAlan Hutson Alec Linsley Axiom Legal Financing Fund BDO Check Mate Audits
Claire Schools Clive Ward Dale Stephenson David Kennedy David Rae Dawn Cummings Dominic Lawton-Smith Emmetts First For Law Limited Graham Hampson Grant Thornton Hugh Dickson HUT Consulting Limited JP Fund Administration (Cayman) Ltd. JP Funds Group KPMG Loret Investments Limited Michael Saville Noble Finance Limited Novus International Investments Ogier Rachel Hutson Ronan Guilfoyle Sadira Limited Solis International Foundation Synaxus Holdings Limited Synergy (IOM) Limited Timothy Schools Waystone[ 29 more... ] [ top 5 ]