Second Amended Class Action Complaint alleging the defendants perpetrated "a massive fraud perpetrated on millions of individual investors throughout the world causing injuries in excess of $4 billion through a densely-packed multi-level marketing system" in Donald Berdeaux and Christine Grablis v. OneCoin Ltd., of Dubai; Ruja Ignatova, of Bulgaria; Sebastian Greenwood, "currently being held in federal custody in New York pending trial"; Mark Scott, "believed to have been domiciled in Coral Gables, Florida" who allegedly laundered fraud proceeds through accounts "in the Cayman Islands and the Republic of Ireland, among other locations"; David Pike, "believed to be domiciled in Coral Gables, Florida"; Nicole J. Huesmann, "believed to be domiciled in Coral Gables, Florida"; Gilbert Armenta, "believed to be domiciled in Lauderdale-by-the-Sea, Florida", and The Bank of New York Mellon Corporation, of New York, at U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.
Apex Fund Services, its CEO, Peter Hughes, and investment firms in the Cayman Islands and Mongolia are being sued in Bermuda regarding an alleged $10 million fraud perpetrated by 46-year-old, New York-based investment manager Alisher Ali Djumanov.
Complaint in SEI Investments Company v. John Lumley and Apex Fund Services (Bermuda) at the U. S. District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
Offshore funds in Bermuda and Curacao - ADG Absolute Diversified Growth Fund and Enterprise Emerging Markets Fund - were used by fraudsters in India to launder the proceeds of a $125 million investment scam by Bombay Stock Exchange-listed technology firm Geodesic Ltd., according to Mumbai police.
Chapter 15 Petition for Recognition of a Foreign Main Proceeding in the British Virgin Islands by Hadley Chilton and John Greenwood, as the Foreign Representatives of Tranen Capital Alternative Investment Fund Ltd., at the U. S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.
How could a private equity fund negotiate and sign a multi-million dollar contract with a 'company' that didn't even legally exist? That's the latest unanswered question that raises further doubts about the credibility of Bermuda-based ADG Absolute Diversified Growth Fund Ltd.
An obscure Bermuda-domiciled private equity fund - ADG Absolute Diversified Growth Fund - has applied to liquidate an even more obscure and long ago defunct BVI shell company - Lasdun Ventures - for alleged failure to repay a $52 m loan, a transaction whose substance is open to question.
'Confidential Private Placement Memorandum' for Bermuda-domiciled ADG Absolute Diversified Growth Fund Ltd., August 25, 2014.
Bermuda's Minister of Finance has made six applications to Bermuda Supreme Court already this year for orders requiring local companies to produce records for foreign tax investigations. The respondents are Appleby (Bermuda) Ltd., ADG Absolute Diversified Growth Fund Ltd., Firstmark Ltd., The Boston Trust Company Ltd., c/o Codan Trust Company Limited; RUBiS Energy Bermuda Ltd. and RUBiS Bermuda Ltd.
Writ of Summons in Swiss-Asia Genghis Hedge Fund, as Assignee of Somers Nominees (Far East) Limited v. Maoming Fund at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.