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    IDIC et al: Warning

    International Depositors' Reinsurance Corporation (IDIC), Caralfan Group Limited and Caralfan International Bank, Global Currency Trust, and World Wide Trust - Warning by Nevis Financial Services

    National Commercial Bank of St. Vincent awarded damages over asset freeze

    The National Commercial Bank of St. Vincent has been awarded damages by Grenada Supreme Court after its correspondent accounts were frozen in the United Kingdom by attorneys representing victims of the First International Bank of Grenada. In a decision on December 12, 2000, the court discharged an injunction that had been granted on August 11, 2000 in Grenada and September 14, 2000 in the High Court in England against NCB's assets held in correspondent accounts in the United Kingdom.

    Grenada asks FBI to investigate offshore bank

    Grenada began to come to grips this month with a financial scandal that is threatening to make the island the laughing stock of the offshore world. Three months after Offshore Alert exposed it as a fraud, the First International Bank of Grenada appears to be on the verge of being closed down by the local government.

    First International Bank of Grenada Ltd. et al v. David Marchant et al: Libel Complaint

    Libel Complaint in First International Bank of Grenada Ltd., of Grenada; International Depositors' Reinsurance Corporation, Ltd., doing business as IDIC, of Nevis, and World Investors' Stock Exchange, of Grenada v. David Marchant and Offshore Business News & Research, Inc. at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.
    Van Brink (l) & Robert Skirving (r)

    OffshoreAlert exposes massive offshore banking and insurance fraud

    Offshore Alert can today expose a massive fraud involving at least three banks, an insurance company and a stock exchange into which investors are believed to have invested tens of millions of dollars. Participants in the scam include the World Investors Stock Exchange in Grenada, the International Deposit Insurance Corporation in Nevis, the First International Bank of Grenada, the International Exchange Bank, which is registered in either Nauru or Grenada but operated out of Bermuda and Texas; and Fidelity International Bank, which is registered in Nauru but operated from St. Vincent.