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Chris Johnson & Associates Ltd. v. Keith Kelty et al: Complaint (‘Defamation’)

Complaint alleging defamation in Chris Johnson & Associates Ltd., described as a Cayman Islands-domiciled firm of insolvency practitioners v. Keith Kelty, described as "a Director of a Mutual Fund Administrator called "Fundhaven", which is registered in The Bahamas", and Mosaic Financial Ltd., described as "a Licensed Broker-Dealer registered with the Securities Commission of The Bahamas", at Bahamas Supreme Court.

Income Collecting 1-3 Months T-Bills Mutual Fund: Chapter 15 Petition (2022)

Chapter 15 Petition for Recognition of a Foreign Main Proceeding in the Cayman Islands by Igal Wizman and Keiran Hutchison, as the Joint Official Liquidators of Income Collecting 1-3 Months T-Bills Mutual Fund, of the Cayman Islands, filed at the U. S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.

Income Collecting 1-3 Months T-Bills Mutual Fund: Judgment (‘SEC Compromise’)

Judgment regarding an application by Keiran Hutchison and Igal Wizman, of EY Cayman Ltd. and EY Bahamas Ltd., respectively, as Joint Official Liquidators of Income Collecting 1-3 Months T-Bills Mutual Fund (in Official Liquidation), to enter into a "compromise and consent order with the Securities and Exchange Commission of the United States of America" and "an agreement with Mosaic Financial Limited" and to pay an interim dividend to creditors, filed at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.

SEC v. Ofer Abarbanel et al: Amended Complaint

Amended Complaint alleging fraud in U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission in Ofer Abarbanel, described as a citizen of Israel residing in California who "controls bank accounts in at least Israel, Singapore, and the Cook Islands - and likely the Cayman Islands and the Bahamas"; Victor Chilelli, described as a citizen of the USA residing in Delaware; Income Collecting 1-3 Months T-Bills Mutual Fund, of the Cayman Islands, and New York Alaska ETF Management LLC, of Nevada, as Defendants, and Institutional Syndication LLC, North American Liquidity Resources LLC, Institutional Secured Credit LLC, Growth Income Holdings LLC, CLO Market Neutral LLC, and Global EMEA Holdings LLC, as Relief Defendants, at the U. S. District Court for the southern District of New York.

Nicholas Abbate: $30K Fine

Administrative Order by the U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission imposing a fine of $30,000 on Nicholas Abbate, a resident of Staten Island, New York, for "his role in assisting others in a course of business that operated as a fraud or deceit upon clients and investors", including a mutual fund in the Cayman Islands that is not identified in the order but which OffshoreAlert believes is the Income Collecting 1-3 Months T-Bills Mutual Fund.

Income Collecting 1-3 Months T-Bills Mutual Fund: Chapter 15 Petition (2021)

Chapter 15 Petition for Recognition of a Foreign Main Proceeding in the Cayman Islands by Russell Homer and Karen Scott, as the Joint Voluntary Liquidators of Income Collecting 1-3 Months T-Bills Mutual Fund, of the Cayman Islands, filed at the U. S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York.

USA v. Ofer Abarbanel: Criminal Indictment

Criminal Indictment alleging a fraud of "at least $106 million" involving Cayman Islands-domiciled Income Collecting 1- 3 Months T- Bills Mutual Fund in USA v. Ofer Abarbanel at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

Directors signed ‘declaration of solvency’ for ‘insolvent’ Cayman fund, say liquidators

Directors in the Bahamas and British Virgin Islands - Boisy Roberts and Trevor Liburd - signed a declaration of solvency for an apparently insolvent Cayman Islands mutual fund so it could go into voluntary liquidation despite its assets being frozen one day earlier after the Fund was sued by the U.S. SEC for allegedly perpetrating a $106 million fraud, say the Fund's liquidators.

SEC v. Ofer Abarbanel et al: Complaint

Complaint alleging "a fraudulent investment scheme" in U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission v. Ofer Abarbanel, described as a citizen of Israel residing in California; Victor Chilelli, described as a resident of Delaware, and Income Collecting 1-3 Months T-Bills Mutual Fund, described as "a mutual fund registered in the Cayman Islands", as Defendants, and Institutional Syndication LLC, North American Liquidity Resources LLC, Institutional Secured Credit LLC, Growth Income Holdings LLC, and Global EMEA Holdings LLC, as Relief Defendants, at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. Editor's Note: In the complaint, the SEC alleged that "Abarbanel and Chilelli arranged for friends (including a friend's wife) and nominee personnel in the Bahamas and British Virgin Islands to serve as directors of the Fund". Research by OffshoreAlert at the Cayman Islands General Registry showed that the directors of Income Collecting 1-3 Months T-Bills Mutual Fund are Boisy Roberts, of the Bahamas, and "Trevo Liburd", of the British Virgin Islands, which appears to be a typo and a reference to Trevor Liburd.

SEC v. Ofer Abarbanel et al: Asset Freeze Application

Asset Freeze Application in U. S. Securities and Exchange Commission v. Ofer Abarbanel, described as a citizen of Israel residing in California; Victor Chilelli, described as a resident of Delaware, and Income Collecting 1-3 Months T-Bills Mutual Fund, described as "a mutual fund registered in the Cayman Islands", as Defendants, and Institutional Syndication LLC, North American Liquidity Resources LLC, Institutional Secured Credit LLC, Growth Income Holdings LLC, and Global EMEA Holdings LLC, as Relief Defendants, at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.

Cayman fund accused of ‘$106M fraud’ by US SEC

Cayman Islands-domiciled Income Collecting 1-3 Months T-Bills Mutual Fund, whose directors reside in the Bahamas and British Virgin Islands, and its Israeli principal, Ofer Abarbanel, have been accused by the U.S. SEC of swindling investors who have been unable to redeem $106 million.