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    Portland Financial Management Group directors accused of ‘hampering’ liquidation

    Secretive Delaware firm Treadstone Corporate Services LLC and two British nationals - Anthony Smith and Timothy Eddolls - who helped swindle investors in Cayman Islands-domiciled Axiom Legal Financing Fund have been accused of 'hampering' the liquidation of three investment firms in England that, like Axiom itself, appear to have been operated fraudulently.

    Axiom Legal Financing Fund conspirator Portland Financial goes bust

    Portland Financial Management Group, which helped Tim Schools defraud Axiom Legal Financing Fund and launder the proceeds, has collapsed amid regulatory problems and substantial debts. The group's principals, Anthony Smith, Tim Eddolls and Connie Rodrigues, now operate under new names: Prestige Financial Management, Cavendish Financial Management, Corbus Portfolio Solutions, and Corbus Private Clients.

    Axiom Legal Financing Fund et al v. Timothy Schools et al: Re-Amdended Claim Form

    Re-Amended Claim Form in JP SPC 1 and JP SPC 4, collectively doing business as Axiom Legal Financing Fund v. Timothy Schools, Rachel Hutson, David Rae, Alec Linsley, Dale Stephenson, Synergy IOM Limited, Check Mate Audits Limited, Synaxus Holdings Limited, Noble Finance Ltd., Sadira Limited, Loret Investments Limited, David Kennedy, Alan Hutson, Hut Consulting Limited, and First For Law Limited at the High Court in London.

    Axiom fraud leaves offshore providers exposed to massive claims for damages

    Offshore providers in the Cayman Islands, Isle of Man, and Switzerland face huge liabilities after allowing insiders to loot Axiom Legal Financing Fund of tens of millions of pounds. Those most at risk from being sued by Axiom's eventual liquidators appear to be DMS Group, JP Funds Group, BDO Cayman, and Ogier, all in the Cayman Islands; Turnstone Group, in the Isle of Man; and Portland Financial Management, of Switzerland.

    Axiom Legal Financing Fund appears to be a Ponzi scheme

    New evidence uncovered by OffshoreAlert indicates that the recently-suspended Axiom Legal Financing Fund is hopelessly insolvent as a result of self-dealing and fraud by insiders. The Cayman Islands-domiciled Fund, which has raised more than £117 million, appears to be a Ponzi scheme.