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    Vitaly Smagin v. CMB Monaco et al: Second Amended Complaint (‘$170M Fraud’)

    Second Amended Complaint in Vitaly Ivanovich Smagin, described as a citizen and resident of Russia v. Compagnie Monégasque de Banque, a.k.a. CMB Bank, of Monaco; Ashot Yegiazaryan, a.k.a. Ashot Egiazaryan, described as "a Russian criminal on the Interpol “Red” list living amongst us in a luxury estate in Beverly Hills as a citizen of California"; Suren Yegiazaryan, a.k.a. Suren Egiazarian; Artem Yegiazaryan, a.k.a. Artem Egiazaryan; Stephan Yegiazaryan, a.k.a. Stephan Egiazaryan; Vitaly Gogokhia, described as a resident of London, England; Natalia Dozortseva, described as a citizen of Russia residing in France; Murielle Jouniaux, described as a resident of France; Alexis Gaston Thielen, described as a resident of Luxembourg; Ratnikov Evgeny Nikolaevich, described as a citizen of Russia who "falsely and fraudulently held himself out to be an impartial Russian bankruptcy officer overseeing Plaintiff’s bankruptcy filing in Russia"; H. Edward Ryals, described as a lawyer residing in St. Louis, Missouri, USA, and Prestige Trust Company, Ltd., described as "a Nevis company" whose "managing director, Stevyn L. Bartlette, is an individual residing in Florida", at the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.

    Philippe Martinez et al v. Bank of America: Discovery Application (Saint Kitts and Nevis)

    Application by Philippe Martinez, described as "a United States resident and successful film producer", and MSR Media SKN, described as a Saint Kitts and Nevis-domiciled producer of "films and television shows", to take discovery from Bank of America, N.A. for use in "foreign defamation proceedings filed against Applicants in the High Court of Justice in the Federation of Saint Christopher and Nevis" by Caribbean Galaxy Real Estate Corporation, described as "a Chinese real estate development firm”; Ying Jin, described as a "former Chief Executive Officer of Caribbean Galaxy”, and Timothy Harris, described as a "former Prime Minister of St. Kitts and Nevis", regarding "statements about Foreign Plaintiffs’ alleged involvement in a corrupt scheme related to the sale of citizenship by investment units in St. Kitts and Nevis", filed at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

    Sun Re Ltd. v. Cogan Capital, LLC: Complaint (‘$930K Conversion’)

    Complaint in Sun Re Ltd., formerly known as Selecta Insurance and Reinsurance Company (Caribbean), Ltd., of Saint Kitts and Nevis, whose CEO was identified as Vasily Kozlov v. Cogan Capital, LLC, described as a Delaware company based in Texas, at the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas.

    America 2030 Capital Ltd. v. Mark Brantley et al: Complaint (‘Breach of Confidentiality’)

    Complaint alleging "breach of confidentiality, and breach of duty owed to a current and former client" in America 2030 Capital Limited, described as a Colorado company based in Atlanta, Georgia, USA that "operates a well-known business of stock loans around the world" v. Mark Brantley, described as "attorney and founding partner at Daniel Brantley Attorneys at Law, Premier of Nevis, and resident of the state of Saint Christopher and Nevis"; Daniel Brantley Attorneys at Law, a law firm in Nevis; Brian Barnes, Elizabeth Harper, Dia Forrester, each described as a partner of Daniel Brantley Attorneys at Law residing in Nevis; Sunpower Business Group Pte Ltd., and Tournan Trading Pte Ltd., both of Singapore, at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

    Vitaly Smagin v. CMB Monaco et al: First Amended Complaint (‘$165M Fraud’)

    First Amended Complaint in Vitaly Ivanovich Smagin, described as a citizen and resident of Russia v. Compagnie Monégasque de Banque, a.k.a. CMB Bank, of Monaco; Ashot Yegiazaryan, a.k.a. Ashot Egiazaryan, described as "a Russian criminal on the Interpol “Red” list living amongst us in a luxury estate in Beverly Hills as a citizen of California"; Suren Yegiazaryan, a.k.a. Suren Egiazarian; Artem Yegiazaryan, a.k.a. Artem Egiazaryan; Stephan Yegiazaryan, a.k.a. Stephan Egiazaryan; Vitaly Gogokhia, described as a resident of London, England; Natalia Dozortseva, described as a citizen of Russia residing in France; Murielle Jouniaux, described as a resident of France; Alexis Gaston Thielen, described as a resident of Luxembourg; Ratnikov Evgeny Nikolaevich, and H. Edward Ryals, described as a lawyer residing in St. Louis, Missouri, USA, at the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California.

    Multisuma Investment Corp. et al v. Venezuela: Complaint (‘Bonds Default’)

    Complaint alleging "a breach of contract action arising out of Venezuela’s failure to make contractually mandated principal and interest payments on five series of bonds issued by Venezuela" in Multisuma Investment Corp., of Saint Kitts and Nevis, and Cen Xijiao Siem Wu, of Panama v. The Bolivarian Republic of Venezuela at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

    USA v. Peter Kambolin: Criminal Information (‘Crypto & FX Fraud’)

    Criminal Information alleging conspiracy to commit commodities fraud involving entities in or from Belarus, Cayman Islands, Dominica, Nevis, Russia, Turkey, and USA in USA v. Peter Kambolin, described as "a U.S.-Russian national" residing in Sunny Isles Beach, Florida, USA, at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

    Centurion Group life settlement funds go into liquidation in Cayman after auditor resigns

    Four Cayman Islands life settlement investment funds that are part of Bermuda national David Rawson-Mackenzie's Centurion Group have gone into liquidation after their auditor resigned due to "concerns" about how business was being conducted, namely Argent Fund SPC, Defined Return Fund Plc, Life Settlement Strategy Fund SPC, and Defined Returns Partnership LP, three of which appear to have been suspended for over 12 years.

    Agenda Launch – OffshoreAlert London Conference

    The first version of the agenda for OffshoreAlert's 10th Annual London Conference on December 4-5 is now available. For more information about OffshoreAlert London 2023, sponsorship opportunities, and tickets, please visit www.oalondon.com.

    N.P.S.SF. Debt Co. Sàrl v. Standard Chartered Bank et al: Discovery Application (Germany, India, Marshall Islands, Pakistan, St. Kitts & Nevis & United Arab Emirates)

    Application by N.P.S.SF. Debt Co., S.à.r.l., of Luxembourg, to take discovery from Standard Chartered Bank, Citigroup, d.b.a. Citibank; The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation, Bank of America, N.A., JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A., Deutsche Bank AG, Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas, HSBC Bank, Société Générale, UniCredit Bank AG, Credit Suisse Bank N.A., UBS Group AG, Wells Fargo Bank, N.A., The Clearing House Payments Company L.L.C., Bank of China, BNP Paribas USA, Commerzbank AG, Mashreq Bank PSC, and Habib American Bank for use in legal proceedings in Germany, India, Marshall Islands, Pakistan, St. Kitts & Nevis, and United Arab Emirates regarding an alleged $36.6 million fraud by Muhammad Tahir Lakhani and Muhammad Ali Lakhani, both described as residents of Dubai, UAE, and Pakistan, and their Astir Group, filed at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

    Onemata Corporation v. Ashfaq Rahman et al: Complaint (‘Fraudulent Transfers’)

    Complaint in Onemata Corporation v. Ashfaq Rahman, Sabira Arefin, MaskGene LLC, of Nevada, USA; Ashfaq Rahman, Sabira Arefin, and Ran Chae, as Trustees of the Bright Stars Irrevocable Trust; Bright Stars Irrevocable Trust, Peacenheaven LLC, of Nevada; Ashfaq Rahman, Savira Arefin, and Ran Chae, as Trustees of the Paradise Valley Irrevocable Trust; Paradise Valley Irrevocable Trust, Ashfaw Rahman and Sabira Arefin, as Trustees of The Rahman/Arefin Living Trust; The Rahman/Arefin Living Trust, Homelien Investment LLC, of Nevis; Bashabari LLC, of Nevada; Sabira Arefin and Ran Chae, as Trustees of the Sunshine Irrevocable Trust; Sunshine Irrevocable Trust, Lakemont Property LLC, of Nevis, and HomeLien Investment Ltd., of Canada, at the U.S. District Court for the District of Nevada.

    CFTC v. Systematic Alpha Management LLC et al: SRO Motion (‘Crypto & FX Fraud’)

    Motion for Statutory Restraining Order regarding an alleged fraud involving, inter alia, a “Cryptocurrency Pool” and an “FX Pool” – both domiciled in the Cayman Islands – in Commodity Futures Trading Commission v. Systematic Alpha Management LLC and Peter Kambolin, as Defendants, and Jersey City Partners LLC and Thor Enterprises International Inc., of Nevis, as Relief Defendants, at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

    CFTC v. Systematic Alpha Management LLC et al: Complaint (‘Crypto & FX Fraud’)

    Complaint alleging fraud involving, inter alia, a "Cryptocurrency Pool" and an "FX Pool" - both domiciled in the Cayman Islands - in Commodity Futures Trading Commission v. Systematic Alpha Management LLC and Peter Kambolin, as Defendants, and Jersey City Partners LLC and Thor Enterprises International Inc., of Nevis, as Relief Defendants, at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

    SEC v. Beaxy Digital Ltd. et al: Notice of Settlement & Motion for Judgment (‘$8M Unregistered Crypto Offering & Fraud’)

    SEC's Notice of Settlement & Motion for Judgment in U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission v. Beaxy Digital, Ltd., of Saint Kitts and Nevis; Artak Hamazaspyan, Windy Inc., Nicholas Murphy, Randolph Bay Abbott, Braverock Investments, LLC, Future Digital Markets, Inc., Windy Financial LLC, Future Financial LLC, and Brian Peterson at the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.

    SEC v. Beaxy Digital Ltd. et al: Complaint (‘$8M Unregistered Crypto Offering & Fraud’)

    Complaint in U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission v. Beaxy Digital, Ltd., of Saint Kitts and Nevis; Artak Hamazaspyan, Windy Inc., Nicholas Murphy, Randolph Bay Abbott, Braverock Investments, LLC, Future Digital Markets, Inc., Windy Financial LLC, Future Financial LLC, and Brian Peterson at the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.

    Craig Wright v. Roger Ver: Judgment (‘Defamation’)

    Judgment dismissing defendant's application for dismissal of a defamation complaint regarding allegations that "Craig Wright is a liar and a fraud" in Craig Wright, a citizen of Australia described as "a computer scientist and entrepreneur" v. Roger Ver, described as a citizen of Saint Kitts and Nevis residing in Japan and "an angel investor and commentator within the Bitcoin and cryptocurrency industries", at the High Court of Justice of Antigua and Barbuda High Court.

    Bank of Nevis International Ltd. et al v. Nevis Financial Services Regulator et al: Judgment (‘Quashing Nevis Regulatory Action’)

    Judgment quashing regulatory actions by the Regulator of International Banking in Nevis and Regulator of the Nevis Financial Service Department in Petrodel Investment Advisers (Nevis) Ltd., Michael J. Prest, and Bank of Nevis International Limited v. Regulator of the Nevis Financial Services, Regulator of International Banking, Nevis Island Administration, Heidi-Lynn Sutton, and Phil Jones at the Saint Kitts and Nevis High Court.

    Nüüd Foods v. Ryan Thomas et al: Amended Complaint (‘$2.5M Advance Fee Fraud’)

    Amended Complaint in U-Be-Livin-Smart Inc., d.b.a. Nüüd Foods, of Ontario, Canada v. Ryan L. Thomas, Ryan L. Thomas, Attorney at Law, described as a Utah corporation; Granite Family Office LLC, Dan Worthington, David Earle, US Finance Inc., Brian Locker, Lund Capital Partners Inc., MSB International LLC, Max Barber, NaPo Limited, of Barbados and Saint Lucia; Nik Korakianitis, of Canada; Dale Parsons, of England; SKN International Services Inc., a.k.a. FundingNet Inc., of Nevis; David Prentiss, of Ontario, Canada; G4S Secure Solutions Bahrain W.L.L.,of Bahrain; Citation Capital Management Limited, of England, and Seneca Leadership Limited, of England, at the Fourth Judicial District Court, in and for Utah County, State of Utah.

    Antigua’s Global Bank of Commerce misses deadline to satisfy $10M+ judgment

    An offshore bank in Antigua and Barbuda - Global Bank of Commerce - has missed a January 6th deadline to satisfy a judgment equating to more than $10 million owed to Canadian depositor Jack Stroll, triggering a stipulation that now makes the bank's CEO, Brian Stuart-Young, personally liable for the full amount.

    USA v. Carlos Kepke: USA’s Trial Memorandum (‘Offshore Tax Fraud’)

    USA's Trial Memorandum regarding an alleged offshore tax fraud scheme involving accounts or entities in Belize, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Nevis, and Switzerland that allowed businessman Robert Smith "to evade federal income taxes on approximately $225,000,000 of capital gains" in USA v. Carlos Kepke, an attorney, at the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.

    Axtra LLC et al v. AXIA Issuer Inc. et al: Defendants’ Motion to Dismiss (Crypto Dispute)

    Defendants' Motion to Dismiss regarding a dispute involving digital assets in Axtra LLC, of Wyoming, and The AXIA-Axtra Trust, described as “a unit trust formed under the laws of the Cayman Islands” v. AXIA Issuer Inc., described as "a for-profit corporation incorporated in the British Virgin Islands" whose "sole director ... is a corporation domiciled in Nevis", and AXIA Foundation Inc., described as “a non-profit corporation incorporated in the Commonwealth of Dominica” whose directors reside in Canada and Dominica, at the U.S. District Court for the District of Wyoming.

    SEC v. Chicago Crypto Capital LLC et al: Complaint (‘$1.5M Crypto Fraud’)

    Complaint alleging a $1.5 million investment fraud regarding crypto tokens issued by Saint Kitts and Nevis-domiciled Beaxy Digital Ltd. in the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission v. Chicago Crypto Capital LLC, Brian B. Amoah, Darcas Oliver Young, and Elbert G. Elliott at the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois.
    Brian Stuart-Young Global Bank of Commerce

    Antigua’s Global Bank of Commerce sued by depositors ‘unable to withdraw $12M’

    Antigua-based offshore bank Global Bank of Commerce and its CEO, Brian Stuart-Young, are being sued by two depositors who claim they are unable to withdraw $9.2 million and £2.7 million from their accounts. Remarkably, the country's Prime Minister, Gaston Browne, described the depositors as "greedy" for attempting to withdraw their own funds.

    SEC sues 18 entities for alleged $1.3M ‘hacking and securities fraud scheme’

    The U.S. SEC has filed a complaint against 18 individuals and entities in or from Canada, Cayman Islands, Dominican Republic, Nevis, United Kingdom, and United States for their alleged participation in a 'hacking and securities fraud scheme', with some of the conduct allegedly concealed through offshore accounts in the Bahamas, Belize, Switzerland, and U.K.

    SEC v. Rahim Mohamed et al: Complaint (‘Hacking & Securities Fraud’)

    Complaint alleging hacking and securities fraud in the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission v. Rahim Mohamed, described as a citizen of Canada residing in Canada and the Cayman Islands; Davies Wong, described as a citizen and resident of Canada; Glenn B. Laken, described as a resident of Chicago, Illinois; Richard C. S. Tang, described as a citizen and resident of Canada; Zoltan Nagy, described as a citizen and resident of Canada; Jeffrey D. Cox, a citizen and resident of Canada; Phillip G. Sewell, described as a citizen of the United Kingdom residing in Canada; Breanne M. Wong, described as a citizen and resident of Canada; Christophe Merani, described as a resident of Illinois, USA; Anna Tang, described as a citizen and resident of Canada; Robert W. Seeley, described as a citizen of the United Kingdom residing in the Dominican Republic; Richard B. Smith, described as a citizen of the United Kingdom residing in the Dominican Republic; Christopher R. Smith, described as a citizen of the United Kingdom residing in the Dominican Republic; H.E. Capital SA, described as a Nevis-domiciled company based in the Dominican Republic; Pop Holdings Ltd., described as a Nevis-domiciled company based in the Dominican Republic; Maximum Ventures Holdings LLC, Harmony Ridge Corp., and Avatele Group LLC, as Defendants, and 9224-3708 Quebec Inc., a.k.a. Distributions Bano, and Jason Black, as Relief Defendants, at the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.

    N.P.S.SF. Debt Co. Sàrl v. Standard Chartered Bank et al: Discovery Application

    Application by N.P.S.SF. Debt Co. Sàrl, of Luxembourg, to take discovery from Standard Chartered Bank, Citigroup, d.b.a. Citibank; The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation, Bank of America N.A., JPMorgan Chase Bank N.A., Deutsche Bank AG, Deutsche Bank Trust Company Americas, HSBC Bank, Société Générale, UniCredit Bank AG, Credit Suisse Bank N.A., UBS Group AG, Wells Fargo Bank N.A., The Clearing House Payments Company L.L.C., Bank of China, BNP Paribas USA, Commerzbank AG, Mashreq Bank PSC, and Habib American Bank for use in legal proceedings in Germany, India, Marshall Islands, Pakistan, Saints Kitts and Nevis, and United Arab Emirates, filed at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

    Jack Stroll et al v. Global Bank of Commerce Ltd. et al: Complaint

    Complaint for £2.7 million and $9.2 million by depositors claiming they cannot withdraw funds in Jack Stroll, of Antigua, and Neverland Services SA, of Nevis v. Global Bank of Commerce Limited and Brian Stuart-Young, both of Antigua, at the Antigua and Barbuda High Court.

    USA v. Raymond Galliani: Complaint

    Complaint "to collect unpaid federal civil penalty assessments and interest" from a "sophisticated taxpayer" who "established a maze of offshore entities to conceal his beneficial ownership of entities and foreign financial accounts holding millions of dollars", including those in the Bahamas, Guernsey, and Nevis, in USA v. Raymond Galliani, of Moraga, California, at the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California.
    Kevin Wessell

    IRS accuses ‘asset protection expert’ Kevin Wessell of withholding records about suspected offshore tax evasion

    Florida-based, self-described "asset protection expert" Kevin Wessell has been accused of withholding records from the IRS that it requires for an investigation into his clients for suspected offshore tax evasion involving accounts and entities in several jurisdictions, including the Bahamas, Belize, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Cook Islands, Hong Kong, Nevada, Nevis, Panama, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Seychelles, Switzerland, and Turks and Caicos Islands.

    USA v. Edward Carriero et al: Petition to Enforce IRS Summonses (‘Investigation into Nevis-Licensed Captive Insurance Arrangements’)

    Petition to Enforce IRS Summonses regarding the tax liability of ABS Healthcare Services LLC and Health Option One LLC, both of Deerfield Beach, Florida, collectively doing business as Insurance Care Direct and described as the operators of Nevis-domiciled captive insurers ICD Captive Re Ltd. and HOO Captive Re Ltd., in USA v. Edward Carriero, Seth Cohen, and Bradley Cohen at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

    GMA Inc. v. 2007 Sift Trust et al: Complaint ($11.3M)

    Complaint "to recover millions of dollars in principal and interest that are outstanding, due, and owed to it by two Pennsylvania trusts" in GMA Inc., of Barbados v. 2007 Sift Trust, Sacks Family Office Trust, formerly SHIM Sacks Family Legacy Trust dated October 200, 2014, and Physician Helpers LLC at the U. S. District Court for the Western District of Pennsylvania.

    Point Investments Ltd.: Chapter 15 Petition (Bermuda)

    Chapter 15 Petition for Recognition of a Foreign Main Proceeding in Bermuda by Andrew Childe, Richard Lewis, and Mathew Clingerman, as the Foreign Representatives of Point Investments Ltd., a Bermuda company whose ultimate beneficiaries include Robert Brockman, a businessman in the United States who is currently awaiting trial for an alleged $2 billion tax fraud scheme involving Point Investments and other entities in Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Nevis, and Switzerland, filed at the U. S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware.

    USA v. Robert Brockman: Transcript of Competency Hearing

    Transcript of Competency Hearing in USA v. Robert T. Brockman, who has been criminally charged with conspiracy to defraud the USA, tax evasion, wire fraud, FBAR violations, money laundering, evidence tampering, and destruction of evidence regarding an alleged scheme to conceal approximately $2 billion of capital gains income and involving entities and accounts in Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Nevis, and Switzerland, at the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Texas.

    SEC v. Francis Biller et al: Complaint

    Complaint alleging "the Defendants schemed to operate a call center in Medellin, Colombia through which they used high pressure sales tactics fraudulently to sell the stocks of numerous small United States-based public companies to United States investors" in U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission v. Francis Biller, described as a citizen of Canada residing in Colombia; Raymond Dove, described as a citizen of Canada residing in Japan; Chester Alvarez, described as a citizen of the USA residing in Colombia and Oakland Park, Florida, USA; Troy Gran-Brooks, described as a citizen of Canada residing in Colombia or Canada, and Justin Plaizier, described as a citizen of the Netherlands residing in Colombia or Canada, as Defendants, and Lia Patricia Sepulveda Salazar, Edward Lopez Giraldo, Edward Clarke, and Shredderz International Corp., of Saint Kitts and Nevis, as Relief Defendants, at the U. S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York.

    Broad Reach Capital LP et al v. Blackburn International Ltd. et al: Complaint ($500,000)

    Complaint alleging fraud in Kevin Kent, as Receiver for Broad Reach Capital LP, Broad Reach Partners LLC, Bristol Advisors LLC, TA1 LLC, Investment Consulting LLC, and CV Investments LLC v. Ronald Hightower, Janet Hightower, Blackburn International Limited, of Nevis;, and Vestimenta Investments LLC at the U. S. District Court for the District of New Jersey.

    USA v. Ongaruck Sripetch: Plea Agreement

    Plea Agreement regarding the sale of unregistered securities in companies Belize, Saint Kitts and Nevis, and the USA in USA v. Ongaruck Sripetch at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of California.