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CISE suspends Argentum Capital after OffshoreAlert exposes Ponzi scheme

The Channel Islands Securities Exchange yesterday suspended the listing of London-based Argentum Capital Ltd. - three days after OffshoreAlert exposed the litigation fund as part of a £90 m Ponzi scheme headed by Briton Brendan Terrill, who operates Cayman-domiciled Centaur Litigation and Hong Kong-domiciled Buttonwood Legal Capital.
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Argentum Capital litigation fund financed by £90M Ponzi scheme

London-based litigation fund Argentum Capital, whose shares are listed on the Channel Islands Securities Exchange and whose chairman is retired British judge David Keene, is being financed by what appears to be a £90 m Ponzi scheme headed by Briton Brendan Terrill and involving the BVI, Cayman Islands, Hong Kong, Jersey, Singapore, Thailand and other jurisdictions, OffshoreAlert can reveal.

Belgium seeks evidence from Miami resident Jo Wilder for fraud inquiry

Article based on an application for the appointment of a Commissioner to collect evidence for a criminal investigation into alleged forgery, fraud, and computer hacking - pursuant to a request for judicial assistance from Belgium - that was filed at federal court in the USA on October 4, 2004. Individuals and businesses mentioned in the request for assistance include Jean Kouda, Alain Kouda, Marilyn Smith, Edward Wagner, David Trapp, Mishra Sarbojit, Jo Wilder, Andrew Pollard, and Charles Schwab.

Belgium: Jean Kouda

Application for the appointment of a Commissioner to collect evidence for a criminal investigation in Belgium into Jean Kouda for alleged fraud, forgery and computer hacking.