Complaint in Guardian Fiduciary Trust Limited, formerly Capital Conservator Savings & Loan Limited, v. Stopanska Banka AD - Skopje at New York State Supreme Court.
Alleged fraudster Michael Guard rises to the top at dubious Capital Conservator Group; The sordid tale of disbarred Bahamas attorney Jan Ward; Arnold Forbes claims he intends to sue Canadian broadcaster CTV for implicating him in an alleged investment fraud; Stanford University Professor Dr. Thomas Kenney accepts advisory role with dubious offshore investment firm Cedrus Investments; and Cayman Islands-domiciled Alacrity Capital Offshore Fund and related parties are sued in a dispute over administrative fees.
A criminal indictment in the United States against offshore provider Raymond David Finzer has been dismissed more than four years after it was returned.The 33-count indictment for mail fraud, wire fraud, and money laundering was dismissed with prejudice on July 14, 2004 at the US District Court for the District of Utah, meaning it can never be re-filed.
Ned Richard Hart, who was criminally indicted on February 23, 2000 along with Nevis based offshore provider Raymond David Finzer and Christian G. Cooper, pleaded guilty to one count each of fraud and money laundering on May 21, 2001 at
A four-week jury trial to hear multiple allegations of fraud and money laundering against Nevis-based offshore provider Raymond David Finzer is scheduled to start on May 7, 2001 in the United States.
Criminal Complaint in USA v. Raymond David Finzer, Ned Richard Hart, and Christian G. Cooper at the U. S. District Court for the District of Utah.
Cayman Islands Government award members huge salary increases, McKeeva Bush offers $200,000 to settle $1 million liability, according to First Cayman Bank liquidators; Antigua journalist Tim Hector continues to publish despite printing presses being destroyed in an arson attack, the dubious past of New Utopia conman Prince Lazarus Long, a.k.a. Howard Turney; First Nevisian Group forms Life Offshore Group of Companies, Barron's magazine rips into Agora's The Oxford Club.