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Nicolaas Faure & Drake Fund Advisors – An embarrassment to the BVI

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,

BUSTED: British & Irish expats who help Belvedere Group swindle investors

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.

Mauritius regulator closes down RDL Management after OffshoreAlert exposé

The Mauritius Financial Services Commission today closed down a third company that was exposed by OffshoreAlert 13 days ago as being part of a massive investment fraud perpetrated by Belvedere Management Group. RDL Management Ltd. had its 'Collective Investment Scheme Manager License' suspended and was placed into administration.

Brighton SPC: Suspension Announcement

Letter to Shareholders of Cayman Islands-domiciled Brighton SPC from Nicolaas Faure, on behalf of the Fund's Administrator, British Virgin Islands-domiciled Drake Fund Advisors Ltd., announcing that the Fund was suspended on March 18th, 2015 by its directors, David Egglishaw and John Cullinane.

EXPOSED: Belvedere Management’s massive criminal enterprise

Offshore fund group Belvedere Management, which claims to have $16 billion of assets under administration, management and advisory, appears to be one of the biggest criminal financial enterprises in history, headed by David Cosgrove, Cobus Kellermann and Kenneth Maillard, OffshoreAlert can reveal.

Cayman judge removes Bear Stearns fund liquidators, criticizes Walkers SPV director

Investors in two Bear Stearns-operated offshore hedge funds which have a combined insolvency estimated at more than $550 million have won a legal battle in the Cayman Islands to name their own liquidators. In a verbal opinion rendered on February 22, 2008 at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands, Chief Justice Anthony Smellie ordered the removal of Simon Whicker and Kris Beighton, of KPMG, as Joint Voluntary Liquidators of Bear Stearns High-Grade Structured Credit Strategies Enhanced Leverage (Overseas) Ltd. and Bear Stearns High-Grade Structured Credit Strategies (Overseas) Ltd.

Bayou Offshore Master Fund Ltd.: Section 304 Petition

Section 304 Petition for Assistance in Insolvency Proceedings in the Cayman Islands by Gordon MacRae and James Cleaver, as the Foreign Representatives of Bayou Offshore Master Fund Ltd., at the U. S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Connecticut.