Ernst & Young (Cayman) current & former partners settle litigation with Cash 4 Titles ‘investor’ Lewis Rowe
A legal dispute in the Cayman Islands in which current and former Ernst & Young partners Dan Scott, James Cleaver and Richard Fogerty were accused of illegal conduct towards Lewis Rowe over his alleged participation in a Ponzi scheme known as Cash 4 Titles has been settled.
Order transferring the case filed by Lewis Rowe against Daniel Scott, G. James Cleaver, and Richard Fogerty to the Financial Services Division of the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.
Two Bank of Bermuda clients who once ran an illegal gaming business from an office of Hemisphere Management before it was bought by Mutual Risk Management have gone on trial for another scheme.Lewis Denton Rowe, 75, and Patrick Thomas Tibbetts,
The United States authorities have been asked to temporarily release four white-collar criminals from federal prisons so they can travel to the Cayman Islands to testify at a money laundering trial.They are Charles Richard Homa, 57; Michael Gause, 47; William Henry Black, 47; and James Albert Franklin, 36, who were all convicted of offenses involving a Ponzi scheme known as Cash 4 Titles.