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Insider Talking: December 31, 2001

Anglo American Bank has had its banking license reinstated by the Grenada International Financial Services Authority; Nevis-based offshore provider Robin Cotterell recently established an insurance company called Old Pacific Insurance Ltd.; Former Lines Overseas Management (Cayman) salesman Scott Oliver has popped up in Costa Rica as President of 'Somerset, Tighe and Campbell', which describes itself as a firm of "professional investment advisors" at its web-site at; Inter Caribbean Business Management/Global Dominion Group in Nevis, which has been accused by at least one client of not redeeming her investment, has left Nevis and also closed down its web-sites; and Vladislav Popovic, the director of Richard & Partners, which is accounting firm Pannell Kerr Forster's representative in Montenegro, has confirmed that his firm has never carried out any auditing work for Montenegro-licensed Goldstar Commercial Bank AD, as claimed by the bank's principal, Gerardo Rodriguez Reynante, who is based in Uruguay.

Mexican police arrest Andy Mann

Joseph Andy Mann, who is a client of Nevis-based offshore provider Robin Cotterell, was arrested on or around July 23 in Mexico, where he lives.At the end of the month, he was still in custody pending the outcome of extradition proceedings, said a source.

Andy Mann arrested in Mexico

Joseph Andy Mann, who is a client of Nevis-based offshore provider Robin Cotterell, has been arrested in Mexico, where he lives. In arresting 63-year-old Mann, the Mexican authorities were executing an arrest warrant issued in New York in June, 2000.

Bahamas arbitrators issue award against Robin Cotterell client

A Bahamas arbitration tribunal has awarded nearly $500,000 against a Nevis-registered entity managed by Robin Cotterell on behalf of American fugitive Joseph Andrew Mann. The award was handed down on February 21, 2001 in favor of Nevada-registered Basic Capital Management for breach of contract against International Depository Trust Corp.

Robin Cotterell client subject to arrest warrant

A client of Nevis-based offshore provider Robin Cotterell is still on the run from US authorities nearly 12 months after being criminally indicted on racketeering charges along with members of the New York mafia. Joseph Andrew Mann, known as 'Andy Mann', was one of 120 defendants in securities fraud and RICO actions filed on June 14, 2000 at the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York.

Insider Talking: January 31, 2001

David Voth unable to name auditor of The Forex Fund, Dennis Sutton charged with fraud and forgery in the Bahamas, fraudulent GTrade 'stock exchange' becomes active again after months of inactivity, conman Joseph Becker sets up his own European Community in cyberspace, FIBG-related barrister Lawrence Jones stops practicing law in England.

Robin Cotterell: ‘US investigators wanted me to give up my clients’

Nevis-based offshore provider Robin Cotterell claims that US investigators asked him to disclose confidential information on his firm's clients in return for leniency on money laundering charges. Details of a failed attempt to persuade Cotterell to break Nevis' confidentiality laws are contained in a statement issued on his behalf following his acquittal on November 28, 2000.

Robin Cotterell acquitted of money laundering

Nevis-based offshore provider Robin Cotterell has been acquitted of criminal money laundering charges following a jury trial at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. After a trial that lasted eight days, British-born Cotterell was unanimously acquitted on November 29, 2000 on one count of money laundering and one count of conspiracy to commit money laundering.

Insider Talking: October 31, 2000

Midasco Gold Corp's dubious offshore private placement participants, Turks & Caicos Islands regulator issues warning against Orion Bank & Trust, Canadian lawsuit filed against Bermuda-based investment firm GulfStream Financial Ltd., prospectus for Bermuda Money Funds identifies long-deceased Bermudian attorney as its chairman, Better Business Bureau in Costa Rica angered by Harris Organization's false claim to be a member, New Utopia scam keeps going and going, superseding indictment brought against Nevis-based offshore provider Robin Cotterell.

Insider Talking: July 31, 2000

Robin Cotterell released on bail pending trial on money laundering charge, SG Hambros and Coutts settle Bahamas lawsuit, casino web-site's links to the Bahamas, where Internet gaming is prohibited; Canadian regulators issues warning about Cayman International Holdings, First International Bank of Grenada fraudsters open a new bank, investors in Versailles finance group apply to liquidate BVI firm Trading Partners, Harris Organization has Nov. 24 deadline to obtain investment manager's license in Panama, Imperial Consolidated Securities SA offers "High-Yield Investment Facility", Cayman Islands passes Electronic Transactions Bill and Computer Misuse Bill.

A look at the dubious GTrade ‘stock exchange’ and its principal, Andy Mann

Nevis-based Hanver Trust Company boss Robin Cotterell, who was arrested on May 23 for allegedly laundering the proceeds of securities fraud, is also the chairman of a dubious Internet stock exchange, Offshore Alert can reveal. Cotterell has set up several companies and provided a number of services to the 'exchange', which is known as GTrade, and his firm may have even partially operated it in Nevis without a licence.