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Kevin Huggins v. Eastern Caribbean Central Bank: Judgment

Judgment in Kevin Huggins, described as "a shareholder" of the Bank of Nevis Limited who was removed as a director and chairman of the bank after regulator ECCB determined he was "not a fit and proper person" v. Eastern Caribbean Central Bank at the Saint Kitts and Nevis High Court.

National Bank of Anguilla (Private Banking & Trust) Ltd. et al v. Eastern Caribbean Central Bank et al: Seventh Status Report

Seventh Joint Status Report in National Bank of Anguilla (Private Banking & Trust) Ltd. v. National Bank of Anguilla Ltd., National Commercial Bank of Anguilla Ltd., and the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank and in Caribbean Commercial Investment Bank Ltd. v. Caribbean Commercial Bank (Anguilla) Ltd., National Commercial Bank of Anguilla Ltd., and Eastern Caribbean Central Bank at the U. S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.

Caribbean Commercial Investment Bank Ltd. v. Eastern Caribbean Central Bank et al: Opinion and Order Staying Adversary Proceedings

Opinion and Order Staying Adversary Proceedings in Caribbean Commercial Investment Bank Ltd. v. Caribbean Commercial Bank (Anguilla) Ltd., National Commercial Bank of Anguilla Ltd., and Eastern Caribbean Central Bank and in National Bank of Anguilla (Private Banking Trust) Ltd. v. National Bank of Anguilla, National Commercial Bank of Anguilla and Eastern Caribbean Central Bank, both at the U. S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.

Caribbean regulator sued again for allegedly ‘fleecing’ foreign depositors

For at least the third time in four years, regional regulator the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank has been sued in the United States for allegedly swindling foreign clients of local banks, this time out of more than US$76 million. The latest complaint was filed by the Administrator of Caribbean Commercial Investment Bank Ltd.

Caribbean regulator accused of ‘fleecing’ foreign depositors

Foreign depositors of the insolvent National Bank of Anguilla group were 'fleeced' out of millions of dollars by its regulator - the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank - to benefit local depositors, including those at a newly-formed bank owned by Anguilla's government, an insolvency practitioner has claimed.

Official Stanford Investors Committee v. Bank of Antigua et al: Complaint

Complaint in The Official Stanford Investors Committee v. Bank of Antigua, a.k.a. Eastern Caribbean Amalgamated Bank; Eastern Caribbean Central Bank, Antigua Commercial Bank, St. Kitts-Nevis-Anguilla National Bank Ltd., Eastern Caribbean Financial Holdings Company Ltd., National Commercial Bank (SVG) Ltd., National Bank of Dominica Ltd., and the Government of Antigua and Barbuda at the U. S. District Court for the Northern District of Texas.

AIF Bank and Trust has Dominica banking license revoked

AIF Bank and Trust Limited has had its banking license revoked in Dominica, the island's offshore regulators told OffshoreAlert.AIF Bank had been granted a provisional license on August 10, 2001 but it was revoked towards the end of July, said a regulatory spokesperson.