Helen Janes

SRC Strategic Resources Ltd. et al: Chapter 15 Petition (‘1MDB Fraud’)

Chapter 15 Petition for Recognition of a Foreign Main Proceeding in the British Virgin Islands by Helen Janes, Angela Barkhouse, and Carl Jackson, as the Foreign Representatives of SRC Strategic Resources Limited, Bright Oriande Limited, and SRC International (Malaysia) Limited, all in Voluntary Liquidation, collectively described as being "part of the fraud perpetrated against 1 Malaysia Development Berhad, a sovereign wealth fund owned by the Malaysian Ministry of Finance, in which numerous entities and individuals formed a network to divert and distribute funds to the fraudsters who orchestrated the fraud and to individuals and/or entities connected to them", at the U. S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Florida.

SRC International (Malaysia) Ltd. et al: ‘Barbados Recognition’ Application

Originating Application by Angela Barkhouse, Carl Jackson, and Helen Janes, as Joint Official Liquidators of SRC International (Malaysia) Limited (in Liquidation) and Bright Oriande Limited (in Liquidation), regarding foreign recognition at the High Court of Barbados, filed at the British Virgin Islands High Court.

SRC International (Malaysia) Ltd. et al: Originating Application (‘Hong Kong Recognition’)

Application by Angela Barkhouse, of Quantuma (Cayman) Limited, of the Cayman Islands; Carl Jackson, of Quantuma Advisory Limited, in Southampton, England, and Helen Janes, of Hyperion Risk Solutions Limited, of the British Virgin Islands, as the Joint Liquidators of SRC International (Malaysia) Limited and SRC Strategic Resources Limited, at the British Virgin Islands High Court.

SRC International (Malaysia) Ltd. v. Asia Momentum Fund (SPC) Ltd.: ‘Court Supervision’ Petition (‘1MDB Fraud’)

Petition for Court Supervision of a Voluntary Liquidation in SRC International (Malaysia) Limited (in Liquidation), a British Virgin Islands-domiciled company whose ultimate parent was 1Malaysia Development Berhad, a.k.a. 1MDB, until 2012, when its ownership was transferred to "the Malaysian Ministry of Finance" v. Asia Momentum Fund (SPC) Ltd. (in Voluntary Liquidation) at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.