Readers who followed last month's story about the US government's lawsuit accusing four banks and the Antiguan government of illegally divvying up $7 million in drug profits might be interested to know that Antigua recently appointed the banks' owner, Bruce Rappaport, as its Ambassador to Russia.The appointment of Rappaport to this official position on December 3, 1997, adds an interesting twist to the recent lawsuit brought by the US government against the Antigua-based Swiss American Bank group and Inter-Maritime Bank, of Geneva.
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Antigua & Barbuda Articles Banks & Trusts Featured Government & Politicians Money Laundering RussiaFebruary 27, 1998
Bruce Rappaport appointed Antigua’s Ambassador to Russia
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TopicsAntigua & Barbuda Banks & Trusts Government & Politicians Money Laundering Russia
KeywordsBank of New York Bruce Rappaport Inter Maritime Bank Swiss American Bank Swiss American Group