A public hearing is scheduled to be held before the Colorado Banking Board on January 17, 2008 at which a challenge will be heard to the "emergency order of involuntary liquidation and order for possession" that were entered by the Board on November 19, 2007 against the state's sole remaining offshore bank, American Intercapital Holding LLC., d.b.a. American Intercapital Depository & Trust, f.k.a. American International Depository & Trust; Grenada Prime Minister Keith Mitchell, along with his wife, Marietta Mitchell, was dismissed as a defendant in a civil action at the U. S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York on December 5, 2007 after all parties agreed that he is entitled to "head-of-state immunity"; Visitors to the "Warnings" page of a web-site operated by the Nevis Financial Services Regulation & Supervision Department will no longer see a warning that the regulatory agency issued on October 19, 2007 against Global Consultants and Services (Nevis) Limited; and The legal validity of Condor Insurance Limited's Amory-assisted continuance from St. Kitts to Nevis was challenged by Condor's principal, Harvey Milam, in a filing at the U. S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Mississippi on December 21, 2007.
The liquidators of a Nevis-licensed offshore insurer have filed a complaint in the United States in an attempt to recover assets that they claim were fraudulently transferred to an unlicensed Bahamas insurer. Richard Fogerty, of Kroll (Cayman) Ltd., and William Tacon, of Kroll (BVI) Ltd., as liquidators of Condor Insurance Ltd., filed an adversary proceeding at the U. S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Mississippi on November 20, 2007. Defendants are Condor Guaranty Inc., a Bahamas corporation with addresses of 15 Lillian Court, Lucaya, Freeport, Grand Bahama, and 1145 Robinson Avenue, Ocean Springs, Mississippi 39564, and PetroQuest Resources Inc., a Nevada corporation headquartered in Arlington, Texas.
Complaint in Condor Insurance Limited (In Official Liquidation) v. Condor Guaranty, Inc., PetroQuest Resources, Inc., Harvey Milam, Byron Tyghe Williams, Ross N. Fuller, T. Alan Owen, Intercontinental Development and Investment Corporation, Gymnogyps Management, Inc., and Finpac Holdings, Inc. at the U. S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Mississippi.
Chapter 15 Petition for Recognition of a Foreign Main Proceeding in Nevis by Richard Fogerty and William Tacon, as Foreign Representatives of Condor Insurance Limited, at the U. S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Mississippi.
Condor Insurance Ltd. went into liquidation at the High Court of St. Kitts and Nevis on May 18 following a petition by New York Stock Exchange-listed Infineon Technologies AG, which is registered in Germany.Richard Fogerty, of Kroll (Cayman) Limited, and William Tycon, of Kroll (BVI) Limited, were appointed joint official liquidators. Another creditor, Pro Med Reinsurance Limited, which, like Condor, is incorporated in Nevis, was granted permission to appear in the liquidation.
A New York Stock Exchange-listed creditor is attempting to wind-up a Nevis-licensed offshore insurer that cannot pay its debts despite having an audit that shows shareholders' equity of over US$250 million.Infineon Technologies AG, which is incorporated in Germany, filed an action at the St. Kitts & Nevis High Court on August 30, 2006 in which it is seeking the court's permission to present a winding-up petition against Condor Insurance Limited, which is controlled by Harvey Thompson Milam and his wife, Joycelyn T. Milam, of Ocean Springs, Mississippi.
A legal battle between two dubious offshore based insurance groups was recently fought out at courts in Nevis and the United States.The outcome is that Condor Insurance Limited has been ordered to comply with an arbitration panel's ruling that it
An unlisted investment fund claiming to have $9 billion of assets but operated from a private residence in Florida is suing an offshore insurer based on an island that purports not to license such firms.Florida registered Growth Fund Partnership Inc.
An unregulated investment fund claiming to have $9 billion of assets but operated from a private residence in Florida is suing an offshore insurer based on an island that purports not to license such firms. Florida-registered Growth Fund Partnership Inc. is claiming breach of contract and fraud against Nevis-registered Condor Insurance Ltd. regarding a financing deal.