Caribbean regulator sued again for allegedly ‘fleecing’ foreign depositors

For at least the third time in four years, regional regulator the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank has been sued in the United States for allegedly swindling foreign clients of local banks, this time out of more than US$76 million. The latest complaint was filed by the Administrator of Caribbean Commercial Investment Bank Ltd.
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