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Fedor Sannikov v. OffshoreAlert et al: Dismissal Order

Order of Dismissal for lack of prosecution in Fedor Sannikov v. KYC News, Inc., d.b.a. OffshoreAlert, and David Marchant at the Circuit Court for the 11th Judicial Circuit, in and for Miami-Dade County, Florida.

Fedor Sannikov v. OffshoreAlert et al: Complaint

Complaint in Fedor Sannikov v. KYC News, Inc., d.b.a. OffshoreAlert, and David Marchant at the Circuit Court for the Eleventh Judicial Circuit, in and for Miami-Dade County, Florida.

Roland Bleyer v. David Marchant et al: Complaint

Complaint for libel in Roland Frank Bleyer, a.k.a. Roland Husner, v. David Marchant and KYC News, Inc., d.b.a. OffshoreAlert, at the Supreme Court of New South Wales, Australia.

JP SPC 1: Receivership Petition

Petition by Ronan Guilfoyle and Graham Hampson to appoint Receivers for Axiom Legal Financing Fund, a portfolio of JP SPC 1, at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.

Timothy Schools: Threatening Letter to Conference Hotel

Letter on behalf of Timothy Schools sent to Manager of The May Fair Hotel, in London on November 22, 2012 warning of "the threat" posed by OffshoreAlert's publisher, David Marchant, and advising that the hotel could be "named" in legal proceedings against OffshoreAlert

Roland Bleyer: Demand For Removal

Letter to OffshoreAlert from Erik Syverson, Pick & Boydston, LLP on behalf of Roland Bleyer, a.k.a. Roland Husner.

Walkers SPV attorney: ‘Stop publishing judge’s ruling about Bear Stearns Funds’

Letter to OffshoreAlert's editor from attorney Steven Barrie, of Nelson & Company (Cayman), representing Walkers SPV Ltd., regarding an article the Bear Stearns High-Grade Feeder Funds, Causes No. 551 and 552 of 2007. In the letter, Barrie was seeking an assurance that OffshoreAlert would not further publish details of a Grand Court of the Cayman Islands ruling that was embarrassing to his client, claiming that the court had banned publication. OffshoreAlert's reply is also included in the article.

Cayman’s plans to compete with Bermuda in offshore reinsurance

The potential of the Cayman Islands to rival Bermuda as a fully-fledged, commercial offshore market for international reinsurance will be one of the issues scrutinized at the 6th OffshoreAlert Financial Due Diligence Conference, which is being held in Fort Lauderdale on April 13-15, 2008.

6th OffshoreAlert Financial Due Diligence Conference: ‘The Unexpurgated Offshore’

OffshoreAlert has opened registration for its 6th Financial Due Diligence Conference, to be held at the Fort Lauderdale Grande Hotel & Yacht Club on April 14-15, 2008. The title of this year's conference is 'The Unexpurgated Offshore', a phrase chosen because our event will take a comprehensive and uncensored look at the complex world of offshore finance, both the good and the bad.

Video of Grenada PM receiving ‘bribe’ surfaces in US, Grenada Gov’t refuses to request a copy

Grenada authorities have turned down the offer of a video tape showing their Prime Minister receiving a $500,000 cash ‘bribe' from investment fraudster Eric Resteiner, OffshoreAlert can reveal.They were notified more than 12 months ago by Resteiner's attorney, John Amabile, that a copy of the six-year-old tape still existed and that it could be obtained through a formal request for assistance to the authorities in the United States, where Resteiner is in custody awaiting sentencing for seven counts of mail and wire fraud to which he pleaded guilty earlier this year at the U. S. District Court for the District of Massachusetts.

OffshoreAlert’s 3rd Due Diligence & Asset Recovery Symposium

OffshoreAlert is pleased to announce that dates have been set for our 2004 Due Diligence & Asset Recovery Symposium. The event will be held over three days on October 13-15, 2004 at The Biltmore Hotel, in Coral Gables, Florida.

Web-Site improvements and name change from OBNR to KYC News Inc.

We invite you to visit our new look web site, which has been substantially re designed and improved to offer new products and services to our clients.Subscribers to our monthly newsletters, OffshoreAlert and InsideBermuda, are now able to search the

Top offshore practitioners to speak at money laundering-compliance conference

OffshoreAlert and InsideBermuda subscribers and their associates are entitled to a $200 discount for an anti-money laundering and compliance conference that will be held in New York on September 18-20, 2002. The event is being organized by the Institute for International Research in association with OffshoreAlert, which is providing all of the offshore content for the conference.

The Importance of Due Diligence: Summary of failed libel actions against OffshoreAlert

The recent collapse of the Imperial Consolidated Group and the eviction of The Harris Organization from its office space in Panama (see 'Insider Talking') is further proof of the value of OffshoreAlert. Imperial Consolidated's dubious activities were first exposed in OffshoreAlert on November 30, 1999 - 29 months before its offshore bank was taken over by Grenada's regulators and, remarkably, more than two months before it was even established.

OffshoreAlert’s Five-Year Anniversary

This month's edition of OffshoreAlert marks our fifth anniversary of continuous publication, having launched the newsletter on February 24, 1997. In the 60 editions since that date, OffshoreAlert has exposed many financial frauds committed around the globe involving many hundreds of millions of dollars.

InsideBermuda’s Five-Year Anniversary

This month's edition of InsideBermuda marks our fifth anniversary of continuous publication, having launched the newsletter on February 24, 1997. In the 60 editions since that date, InsideBermuda has 'broken' many significant stories, perhaps most notably about Bermuda Fire & Marine Insurance and Stirling Cooke Brown Holdings.

Imperial Consolidated postpones deposition again

Imperial Consolidated, which is suing the publisher of OffshoreAlert for libel, has, for the second time, postponed the deposition of its corporate representative, which was scheduled to take place tomorrow.

Poll Results – Observations

Following our release yesterday of the results of a poll designed to determine the public's investment expectations when going offshore, several people sent us e mails expressing shock at the large number of people who expected risk free, high returns.In

Imperial Consolidated files lawsuit against OBNR, seeks injunction

Imperial Consolidated PLC has followed in the footsteps of The Harris Organization and the First International Bank of Grenada and filed a libel lawsuit against OBNR and its principal, David Marchant. While the previous two lawsuits were filed at federal court in Miami, Imperial Consolidated filed its complaint at state court, specifically the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit for Miami-Dade County, Florida, on February 21, 2001.

Imperial Consolidated Plc vs. David Marchant et al: Libel Complaint

Complaint alleging defamation and Motion for Preliminary Injunction in Imperial Consolidated Plc, of the United Kingdom vs. David Marchant and Offshore Business News & Research Inc. at the Circuit Court of the Eleventh Judicial Circuit, in and for Miami-Dade County, Florida.

OffshoreAlert Poll: 1 in 4 offshore investors expect 100% annual returns

One in four people who voted in an OffshoreAlert Internet poll on their investment expectations believe that offshore entities can legitimately guarantee annual returns of 100 per cent and above. And nearly half of the 155 people who took part in the poll believed that offshore entities can guarantee returns of at least 20 per cent per year.

First International Bank of Grenada Ltd. et al v. David Marchant et al: Dismissal Order

Final Order of Dismissal 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 Ltd., of Grenada v. David Marchant and Offshore Business News & Research, Inc. at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of Florida.

OBNR defeats Harris Organization in libel lawsuit

The Harris Organization financial services group of Panama has lost its libel lawsuit brought against Offshore Business News & Research, which publishes this newsletter, and OBNR's principal, David Marchant. Judge Michael Moore, sitting in the United States District Court for the Southern District of Florida, issued a strong ruling in favour of OBNR and Marchant on August 10, 1999.
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