A participant in an alleged securities fraud involving Bermuda based Lines Overseas Management described potential victims - who included LOM's own clients - as "poor lambs" and "sheep", claims the United States Securities and Exchange Commission. The derogatory terms were
Application for the appointment of a Commissioner to collect evidence for a criminal investigation in the United Kingdom into suspected narcotics trafficking by Gary Haywood.
Creditors of Stockholm Re (Bermuda) Ltd., which went into liquidation in January, 1995, are likely to receive just 30 cents on the dollar when all is said and done. A spokesman for liquidator Deloitte & Touche in London said that a dividend of 20 cents on the dollar was paid to creditors at the end of May, 2001, with a second dividend due to follow later this year.