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Libya attempts “largest international asset recovery effort of all time”

As part of what its lawyers claim "could become the largest international asset recovery effort of all time", Libya has applied to take discovery from eight major banks in its hunt for an estimated $100 billion allegedly misappropriated by former leader Muammar Gaddafi. The effort is being led by lawyers Oren Warshavsky, of BakerHostetler, and Warren Gluck, of Holland & Knight.

Libyan Asset Recovery and Management Office v. Bank of America et al: Discovery Application

Application by the Libyan Asset Recovery and Management Office to take discovery from Bank of America N.A., Citigroup Inc. d.b.a. Citibank; JPMorgan Chase Bank N.A., UBS Group A.G., HSBC Bank, Credit Suisse Bank N.A., Bank of New York Mellon Corporation, and Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas for use in foreign legal proceedings regarding "tens of billions of dollars stolen by Muammar Muhammed Abu Minyar al-Gaddafi over the course of his 32-year dictatorship", filed at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

Olin Holdings Ltd. v. State of Libya: Notice of Removal

Notice of Removal, including a copy of the the petition to confirm an arbitration award, by the State of Libya in Olin Holdings Limited, of Cyprus v. State of Libya at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

Stanford International Bank: A breakdown of where accounts are located

Account holders in several major offshore financial centers, including the Bahamas, Bermuda, British Virgin Islands and Cayman Islands, had substantial deposits at alleged fraudster Allen Stanford's Antigua licensed Stanford International Bank Ltd., a document obtained by OffshoreAlert shows.