A 68-year-old fraudster released from prison in the United States only 21 months ago for helping the New York mafia commit violently-enforced stock scams has picked up where he left off, OffshoreAlert can reveal.Mexico-based, U. S. national Joseph Andrew Mann, now using the name Joseph Andres Mann Piccione, is behind a web of shell companies in several countries, including England, Panama, and Dominica, as part of a new securities scheme that bears striking similarities to the fraud to which he pleaded guilty in the United States in 2004.
GTrade founder Andy Mann also operates Nauru bank with fellow fraud suspect, OffshoreAlert can reveal
OffshoreAlert has established a link between a businessman suspected of committing fraud and money laundering in the United States and Costa Rica and a sham offshore Internet stock exchange. The connection between Tim Ray Sacora, of Deerfield Beach, Florida, and
A second arbitration award has been issued against International Depository Trust Corporation, which is operated by alleged mafia associate Joseph Andy Mann and Nevis based offshore provider Robin Cotterell.An application to confirm the award was filed at the United States
Joseph Andy Mann, who is a client of Nevis-based offshore provider Robin Cotterell, was arrested on or around July 23 in Mexico, where he lives.At the end of the month, he was still in custody pending the outcome of extradition proceedings, said a source.
Joseph Andy Mann, who is a client of Nevis-based offshore provider Robin Cotterell, has been arrested in Mexico, where he lives. In arresting 63-year-old Mann, the Mexican authorities were executing an arrest warrant issued in New York in June, 2000.
A Bahamas arbitration tribunal has awarded nearly $500,000 against a Nevis-registered entity managed by Robin Cotterell on behalf of American fugitive Joseph Andrew Mann. The award was handed down on February 21, 2001 in favor of Nevada-registered Basic Capital Management for breach of contract against International Depository Trust Corp.
A client of Nevis-based offshore provider Robin Cotterell is still on the run from US authorities nearly 12 months after being criminally indicted on racketeering charges along with members of the New York mafia. Joseph Andrew Mann, known as 'Andy Mann', was one of 120 defendants in securities fraud and RICO actions filed on June 14, 2000 at the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York.
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Nevis-based Hanver Trust Company boss Robin Cotterell, who was arrested on May 23 for allegedly laundering the proceeds of securities fraud, is also the chairman of a dubious Internet stock exchange, Offshore Alert can reveal. Cotterell has set up several companies and provided a number of services to the 'exchange', which is known as GTrade, and his firm may have even partially operated it in Nevis without a licence.
Nevis-based trust officer Robin Cotterell, who was arrested recently in the US Virgin Islands for alleged money laundering, was set up in an FBI undercover operation involving a client, Offshore Alert can disclose.