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Abengoa SA et al: Chapter 15 Petition

Chapter 15 Petition for Recognition of a Foreign Main Proceeding in Spain by Christopher Morris, as the Foreign Representative of Abengoa SA, Abeinsa Asset Management SL, Abeinsa Invesriones Latam SL, Abeinsa Ingenieria y Construccion Industrial SA, Abencor Suministros SA, Negocios Industriales y Comerciales SA, Abener Energia SA, Abengoa Bioenergia SA, Abeinsa Infraestructuras Medio Ambiente SA, Abengoa Finance SA, Abengoa Concessions SL, Abengoa Solar Espana SA, Abengoa Solar New Technologies SA, Abentel Telecomunicaciones SA, ASA Desulfuracion SA, Bioetanol Galicia SA, Ecoagricola SA, Instalaciones Inabensa SA, Europea de Construcciones Metalicas SA, Siema Technologies SL, Teyma Gestion de Contratos de Construccion e Ingenieria SA, Abengoa Water SL, Abengoa Solar SA, Abengoa Greenfield SAU, and Abengoa Greenbridge SAU, at the U. S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Delaware.

Carlyle Capital Corp. v. Randolph Green: Discovery Application

Application by Neil Mather, Christopher Morris and Alan Roberts, as liquidators of Carlyle Capital Corporation Limited, for an order to take the deposition of Randolph P. Green, filed at the U. S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas.

Liquidated banks sue Cayman Gov’t over US$2.5 million ‘mistake’

Two Cayman banks that were closed down by regulators due to money laundering concerns have filed lawsuits against the government seeking the return of a mysterious US$2.5 million payment in 1997. The litigation relates to the unusual circumstances in which Euro Bank Corporation, then a Class 'B' bank, obtained a rarely-awarded Class 'A' banking license on October 8, 1997.

Deloitte & Touche attacked over bid to increase liquidation fees

Investors in a failed Cayman-registered mutual fund have criticized the fund's liquidators, Deloitte & Touche, for going behind their backs in applying for a large increase in their liquidation fees. A group of about 20 shareholders of The Global Opportunity Fund, who claim to have lost more than $40 million in the fund, have accused the accounting firm of greed and underhandedness.