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Soundview Elite Ltd. et al v. Alphonse ‘Buddy’ Fletcher: Summary Judgment Decision

Decision Granting Plaintiffs' Motion for Summary Judgment Against Alphonse 'Buddy' Fletcher, Jr. in Corinne Ball, as Plan Administrator of Soundview Elite Ltd., Soundview Premium, Ltd., Soundview Star Ltd., Elite Designated, Premium Designated and Star Designated v. Alphonse 'Buddy' Fletcher, Jr., filed at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

Insolvent offshore funds sue suspected fraudster’s mother

The liquidators of the Fletcher International Group in Bermuda and the Cayman Islands are suing the 79-year-old mother of U.S.-based suspected fraudster Buddy Fletcher in an attempt to recover over $700,000 they claim he fraudulently transferred to her.

Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Retirement Fund et al v. Citco Fund Services (Cayman Islands) Ltd. et al: Complaint

Complaint in Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority Retirement Fund, FIA Leveraged Fund Ltd., Fletcher Income Arbitrage Fund Ltd., and Fletcher International Ltd. v. Citco Fund Services (Cayman Islands) Ltd., Citco Fund Services (Suisse) SA, Citco Group Ltd., Citco Trading, Inc., Citco Global Custody (NA) NV, Citco Bank Corporation NV, SFT Bank NV, and Ermanno Unternaehrer at New York Supreme Court.

Cayman feeder fund consents to New York court overseeing insolvency of Bermuda hedge fund Fletcher International

New York, rather than Bermuda, is a more convenient jurisdiction to liquidate Bermuda-domiciled master hedge fund Fletcher International, Ltd. - but only if its "pre-petition operating team" is removed. That is the stance of the offshore liquidators of one of three Cayman Islands-domiciled feeder funds that are involved in litigation with the Fletcher Fund Group in Cayman, Bermuda and New York.

Offshore hedge fund liquidators accuse NY-based Fletcher Asset Management of impeding investigation into ‘suspicious’ activity

A hedge fund group operated by New York-based Fletcher Asset Management that claims to manage $550 million in Bermuda, Bahamas, Cayman Islands and Delaware has been accused of impeding an investigation into its affairs by offshore liquidators, who have also raised concerns about allegedly related entities in the British Virgin Islands and the Channel Islands.