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BT International Ltd.: Cease New Business

Public Statement by the Malta Financial Services Authority that it has ordered fiduciary services provider BT International Limited to "refrain from onboarding new clients and refrain from providing existing clients with any new or additional services". Editor's Note: Research by OffshoreAlert in the Malta Business Registry showed that BT International Limited was incorporated on January 24th, 2007 and that its directors are Manuel Castagna, Karl Cini, and Brian Tonna, all citizens and residents of Malta, and its sole shareholder is Nexia BT Holdings Limited, of Malta. Previous directors include Oliver Zammit, who resigned effective May 14th, 2020, while Pierre Fiorentino was "removed" as the company's auditor effective April 9th, 2020. Nexia BT Holdings Limited was incorporated on January 27th, 2012 and its directors are Manuel Castagna, Karl Cini, and Brian Tonna and its shareholders are Nexia BT, of Malta, and Brian Tonna.
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