A British affiliate of Belvedere Management Group that is ultimately-owned by Cayman Islands-domiciled Brighton SPC has been wound up "in the public interest" in London for involvement in a boiler room fraud that swindled investors out of £36 million. Another Belvedere affiliate is fighting a similar winding-up petition.
Press Release by the United Kingdom's Insolvency Service announcing that "19 companies involved in a giant boiler room scam to sell carbon credits to the public for investment have been ordered into liquidation in the public interest, following petitions presented by the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation & Skills", namely Alpine Consult Limited, Environmental Acquisitions Limited, Blue Horizons Trading Ltd., Burlington Energy Markets Ltd., Charles Stratton Limited, Claremont James Ltd., CNI (UK) Limited, Clear View Partnership Ltd., Eden Brown Group S.L., Enviro Associates Limited, Global Carbon Exchange Limited, Harman Royce Limited, Karlsson Chase Limited, Liberty Alternative Investments Limited, New Frontier Partnership Ltd., Oswald Bradshaw Limited, Pure Carbon Ltd., Seasaw Limited, and Strategic Carbon Solutions Ltd.,
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.