Graham Taylor

SEC v. Frederick Sharp et al: Complaint

Complaint alleging "a sophisticated, multiyear, multi-national attack on the United States financial markets and retail United States investors by foreign and domestic actors" in which the defendants "schemed to sell fraudulently hundreds of millions of dollars in stocks in the United States markets" in U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission v. Frederick L. Sharp, described as a citizen of the United States residing in Vancouver, Canada; Zhiying Yvonne Gasarch, a.k.a. Zhiying Chen, described as a dual citizen of Canada and China; Courtney Kelln, Mike K. Veldhuis, described as a citizen of the Netherlands; Paul Sexton, described as a citizen of the United Kingdom; Jackson T. Friesen, Graham R. Taylor, described as a citizen of the United Kingdom, all residents of British Columbia, Canada; William T. Kaitz, of Maryland, and Avtar S. Dhillon, described as a citizen of Canada residing in Long Beach, California, at the U. S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts.

SEC v. Frederick Sharp et al: Asset Freeze Motion

SEC's Ex Parte Motion for a Temporary Restraining Order in U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission v. Frederick L. Sharp, described in the complaint as a citizen of the United States; Zhiying Yvonne Gasarch, a.k.a. Zhiying Chen, described as a dual citizen of Canada and China; Courtney Kelln, Mike K. Veldhuis, described as a citizen of the Netherlands; Paul Sexton, described as a citizen of the United Kingdom; Jackson T. Friesen, Graham R. Taylor, described as a citizen of the United Kingdom, all residents of British Columbia, Canada; William T. Kaitz, of Maryland, and Avtar S. Dhillon, described as a citizen of Canada residing in Long Beach, California, at the U. S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts.

Advantage Life & Annuity Company SPC v. Frederick A. Forster et al

Originating Summons filed by Advantage Life & Annuity Company SPC against Frederick A. Forster, Graham Taylor, Lynda Yablon, Lynda Yablon, as Executor of the Estate of Sally Furman; Lynda Yablon, as Executor of the Estate of Mel Yablon; Sue Furman, Cheryl Mondschein, Bjorn Aaserod, Judith Douglas, and Randolph Whitney Bae at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.

Five U. S. attorneys/CPAs convicted in Cayman-based tax evasion scheme

Three CPAs and two attorneys in the United States are awaiting sentencing for their involvement in an offshore tax evasion scheme that ran from 1996 to 2005 and helped approximately 75 U. S. taxpayers deprive the Internal Revenue Service of an estimated $20 million in unpaid taxes. The scheme's masterminds were paid a fee for their services that was typically equal to 30% of the tax evaded by their clients, stated prosecutors.The scheme included the use of shell companies in the Cayman Islands and Nevis, including a sham media entity and a sham insurer, that were managed by Cayman-based management firms Zephyr International Ltd., whose Managing Director was Lewis Denton Rowe, and/or International Corporation Services Ltd., which is the corporate management company of law firm Myers and Alberga, according to filings at the U. S. District Court for the District of Utah. Offshore bank accounts were allegedly provided by the Bank of Bermuda and Butterfield Bank, both in Cayman.