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    Insolvent Cayman discount broker OneTRADEx accused of impropriety

    Insolvent Cayman Islands online discount broker OneTRADEx Ltd. allegedly illegally received $851,396 in "commissions and profit sharing" by borrowing cash from U.S. lender Stockloan Solutions using a client's assets as security without the client's "knowledge or authorization".

    OneTRADEx Ltd.: Chapter 15 Petition

    Chapter 15 Petition for Recognition of a Foreign Main Proceeding in the Cayman Islands by Kenneth Krys and Angela Barkhouse, of KRyS Global, as the Foreign Representatives of OneTRADEx Ltd. (in Provisional Liquidation), at the U. S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York. Editor's Note: This publicly-available petition in the United States contains information about a case that is entirely sealed at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands, where there is no public record that the case even exists, much less what it is about. It is part of a secrecy policy implemented by Cayman's Chief Justice, Anthony Smellie, in which dozens of winding-up petitions are sealed to conceal allegations of insolvency and impropriety.

    Cayman discount broker OneTRADEx taken over by financial regulator

    Cayman Islands-based online discount broker OneTRADEx Ltd., which is operated by Colin Wilson and Rich Ellison, has been put into Controllership by the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority, with insolvency practitioners Kenneth Krys and Angela Barkhouse, of KRyS Global, appointed to manage the firm's affairs and assess its financial condition.

    OneTRADEx Ltd.: Public Notice of Controllership

    Public Notice by the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority regarding controllers being appointed for OneTRADEx Ltd., an online discount broker whose owners and operators appear to be Canadian.

    Robert Simpson v. Melissa Gayheart: TRO Application

    Application for a Temporary Restraining Order in Robert Simpson, individually and as successor-in-interest to Cayman Islands-domiciled Simpson Master Investments Limited v. Melissa Gayheart, as Trustee of MSJJ Retirement Group Trust, at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.