Public Announcement "in the public interest" by the Isle of Man Financial Services Authority that Blackmore Global PCC Limited "has been operating as an open-ended investment company" without being licensed. Editor's Note: Research by OffshoreAlert in the Isle of Man Companies Registry showed that Blackmore Global PCC Limited was incorporated in the Isle of Man on September 27th, 2013 and, in its most recent annual return, for 2019, its directors were identified as Phillip Andrew Nunn, of Altrincham, Cheshire, England, and Patrick Michael McCreesh, of Gerrards Cross, Buckinghamshire, England. A former director is Brian Peter Weal, of Cadiz, Spain, who resigned effective May 29th, 2015 - seven days after he was exposed as a fraudster by OffshoreAlert.
Scotland-based Swan Developments Management Limited has become the latest firm to go into liquidation that was operated by, or associated with, the notorious Swan Group of British investment fraudsters.
British firm Etaireia Investments Plc has gone into administration - four years after being exposed by OffshoreAlert for perpetrating a property-based investment fraud involving firms and individuals in the BVI, England, Gibraltar, Isle of Man, Scotland, Seychelles, and Spain.
The liquidators of Gibraltar-domiciled Kijani Resources Ltd. and Ratio Ltd. intend to sue NatWest Bank for "dishonest assistance" to a $98 million fraudulent scheme headed by Irishman Richard Fagan that collapsed in 2015 after being exposed by OffshoreAlert.
Anguilla-based mutual fund vehicle Drake Incubator PCC - which is controlled by BVI-based Drake Fund Advisors and the Osiris Group - has been suspended from providing any licensed services to its only sub-fund - GRRE Investment Fund - after OffshoreAlert exposed one of GRRE's directors, who is part of Belvedere Management Group's global criminal financial enterprise.
The measure of any person or business is not whether they become involved in controversy but the actions they take when such controversy occurs.Within hours of OffshoreAlert exposing Belvedere Management Group as a "massive criminal financial enterprise" on March 17th,
Claim Form in Advalorem Value Asset Fund Limited (in Administration) v. William Francis Redford, Robert Stuart Stark, Brian Weal, Advalorem Asset Management Limited, Mark Compson, Minette Compson, Gregory King, Thistle Holdings Limited, and Michael Kane at Gibraltar Supreme Court.
Judgment regarding freezing order application in Advalorem Value Asset Fund Limited (in Liquidation) v. William Francis Redford, Robert Stuart Stark, Brian Weal, Advalorem Asset Management Limited, Mark Compson, Minette Compson, Gregory King, Thistle Holdings Limited, and Michael Kane at Gibraltar Supreme Court.
Three days after being exposed by OffshoreAlert, publicly-listed British firm Etaireia Investments Plc has admitted it falsely announced last year that it had received planning permission for a substantial residential development on land it owns in Scotland. The company is blaming the fraud on a former director, Stuart Black.
Trading in shares of British firm Etaireia Investments Plc were suspended on the London-based ICAP Securities & Derivatives Exchange yesterday - two days after OffshoreAlert exposed the company's fraudulent activity.
OffshoreAlert's continuing investigation into Belvedere Management Group and its affiliates has uncovered another ongoing investment fraud, this one involving British firm Etaireia Investments Plc, whose shares are listed on the London-based ICAP Securities & Derivatives Exchange and which has raised at least £1.5 million over the last 15 months.
One day after new directors were appointed to 'ensure' that Cayman-domiciled Brighton SPC would be operated legally, the Fund illegally acquired a Gibraltar firm with bogus assets of $125 million, OffshoreAlert can reveal. The transfer allowed Belvedere and its accomplices in Britain, Dubai, Gibraltar, Spain and elsewhere to continue securities frauds involving firms listed on stock exchanges in Denmark, England and Germany.