David Gibbons

Bermuda firm ordered to turn over corporate records to US Bankruptcy Trustee

A firm whose vice-chairman was once former Bermuda Premier Sir David Gibbons has been ordered to turn over records to a U. S. Bankruptcy Trustee seeking to recover alleged fraudulent transfers of assets. Visual Technologies Ltd. had claimed that the laws of Bermuda - where it is incorporated - prevented it from producing certain documents.

Bankruptcy Trustee seeks sanctions against Bermuda firm

A U. S. Bankruptcy Trustee has asked a court to apply sanctions against a Bermuda-registered group closely associated with former Premier Sir David Gibbons. It is part of an attempt by Barbara B. Stalzer to recover assets that she claims were fraudulently transferred by the NimsTec group to avoid paying its debts.

Bermuda firm suspected of fraudulent transfer of assets

A company partly-owned by former Bermuda Premier Sir David Gibbons and other Bermuda-based investors is being investigated for a suspected fraudulent conveyance of assets in the United States. It is the latest chapter in the sordid saga of NimsTec Ltd., a 3-D technology firm which - together with predecessor companies and affiliates - has lurched from one fiasco to another over many years.

Jerry Nims in more hot water as 3-D farce continues

A company whose beneficial owners include several Bermudians, including former Premier Sir David Gibbons is being sued in the United States. Orasee Corporation is a defendant in a civil lawsuit filed at the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York on December 13, 2001.

Jerry Nims and his 3D technology claim another victim

The curse of American businessman Jerry Nims and his 3-D camera technology, whose many failures over two decades have cost Bermuda-based investors millions of dollars, has claimed another victim. NimsTec North America Inc. filed for voluntary bankruptcy at the United States Bankruptcy Court for the District of Georgia on November 6, 2000.

NimsTec seeks listing on NASDAQ under the name ‘i3Dx.com’

A company linked with former Bermuda Premier Sir David Gibbons is involved with a fresh attempt to raise capital for a product that has lost investors tens of millions of dollars over two decades of failure. Nevada-registered i3Dx.com, which is a front for Bermuda-based NimsTec Limited, registered 100 million shares with the SEC on November 12, 1999.

Insider Talking: January 30, 1998

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Sir David Gibbons discusses Bermuda’s economy

Many Bermuda retailers will have to merge to survive, the tourism industry should be remarketed and new premier David Saul's skin colour is not a bar to him winning a general election, according to one of the island's most distinguished business and political figures, Sir David Gibbons.In a wide-ranging interview on the state of the economy and measures that can be taken to improve it, the Bank of Butterfield chairman and former premier said there was evidence that local building projects and international company formations and expansions put on hold because of the referendum were now being reactivated.