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Beacon Hill liquidators sue managers, administrator and auditor

The liquidators of an offshore hedge fund that collapsed owing approximately $300 million have filed a civil complaint in New York against its former controllers, auditor and administrator.The complaint was filed by Theo Bullmore and Philip Stenger, as joint official

Banc Caribe Ltd.: Section 304 Petition

Section 304 Petition for Assistance in Insolvency Proceedings in Dominica by Marcus Wide, as the Foreign Representative of Banc Caribe Ltd., at the U. S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Florida.

US court freezes assets of Dominica Gov’t-controlled bank

Nearly $5 million belonging to the government-controlled National Commercial Bank of Dominica has been frozen in the United States after an offshore bank client was found to be in contempt of court.The U. S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois froze $4,793,472 at NCB's correspondent account at the Bank of America in Miami, Florida on July 9, 2003.

New Cash 4 Titles lawsuits filed against Bahamas firms

The Receiver of the Cash 4 Titles Ponzi scheme, which is estimated to have caused losses to investors of more than $300 million, has filed a lawsuit in the United States against three Bahamas-based firms. Leadenhall Bank and Trust Ltd., Axxess International Ltd. and Axxess International (Bahamas) Ltd. are defendants in an action filed at the U. S. District Court for the Northern District of Illinois on November 27, 2002.

Bank of Bermuda sued again over alleged $300 million Ponzi scheme, two arrested

The Bank of Bermuda has been sued again over its involvement in the alleged $300 million Cash 4 Titles Ponzi scheme that operated in the United States, the Cayman Islands and the Bahamas. Barely a month after the bank was served with a class action lawsuit in Federal Court in Miami that was filed on behalf of victims, a second action was filed in Illinois on September 19, 2000.