The Cayman Islands Monetary Authority has cancelled the mutual fund license of Obelisk Global Fund SPC, citing insolvency, mismanagement, and legal breaches. The regulator determined that the Fund's principals, Winfield Sifton, Matthew Ho, and Jazeb Jones, were "not fit and proper persons".
Eight months after Cayman Islands judge Raj Parker allowed Obelisk Global Gold Focus Fund to continue operating even though it was insolvent, the Fund is being sued again, this time by another creditor - Hong Kong resident Eryi Xu - who claims she cannot redeem her $600,000 investment. The Fund's principals include Jazeb Jones, Winfield Sifton, and Matthew Ho.
Petition for the appointment of a Receiver in Eryi Xu, of Hong Kong v. Obelisk Global Fund SPC and Obelisk Global Gold Focus Fund at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.
Judgment in Obelisk Capital Management Limited (in Official Liquidation) v. Obelisk Gold Focus Fund at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.
Briton Anthony Constantinou has been criminally charged regarding an alleged £50 million Ponzi scheme known as CWM that, inter alia, involved entities in the British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, and England.
Petition for the appointment of Receivers for Obelisk Global Gold Focus Fund in Obelisk Capital Management Limited (in Official Liquidation) v. Obelisk Global Fund SPC and Obelisk Global Gold Focus Fund at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.
Alleging "serious wrongdoing", two creditors claiming to be owed $448,333 under a loan bearing interest at 10% per month have applied to wind up Cayman Islands-based Obelisk Capital Management Ltd., which manages factoring and gold funds for Obelisk Global, whose directors include Jazeb Jones, who was previously dismissed as MD of a Cayman bank over his relationship with a client accused of committing a £50 million fraud.
Winding Up Petition in Aleksandar Pausak and Suzanne Symonds v. Obelisk Capital Management Limited at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.
Cayman Islands-based DMS Bank and a BVI-domiciled client are being sued by 318 victims of a £50 million investment fraud that was committed by Anthony Constantinou's CWM Group.
London-based fraudster Anthony Constantinou, who oversaw a forex fraud division of the Belvedere Management Group that is known as CWM, will be criminally charged in London on Monday with six counts of sexual assault against three former female employees, OffshoreAlert can reveal.
Victims of Belvedere Management Group's global fraud scheme were pouring so much money into its London division that 33-year-old boss Anthony Constantinou regularly threw huge wads of cash up in the air for employees to grab as it rained down or scoop from the floor while on their hands and knees, according to a former employee.
Writ and Statement of Claim in DMS Bank & Trust Ltd. and dms Organization Ltd. v. Jazeb Jones at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.
After my blog last year entitled "A Message to Greg Fairley, Ashley Hurst & Anyone Else Thinking of Threatening Me', I didn't think any lawyer client duo would be stupid enough to repeat the mistake of issuing an idle threat