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Stop Notice: Shares in Alibaba Group Holding Limited

Stop Notice by Credit Suisse Securities (Europe) Limited regarding shares in Alibaba Group Holding Limited owned by D.E. Shaw Valence Portfolios, LLC, filed at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.

IFM Overseas Ltd.: Stop Notice

Stop Notice by GL Asia Mauritius II Cayman Ltd. regarding shares in IFM Investments Ltd. owned by IFM Overseas Limited, filed at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands.

Dubai takes action over ‘unauthorized’ promotion of Cayman-domiciled fund

Regulators in Dubai have taken action against a British national for promoting a Cayman Islands-domiciled, Iran-focused investment fund in the jurisdiction without authorization.The Dubai Financial Services Authority has accepted an enforceable undertaking from Rupert Neil Bumfrey, 52, concerning his activities in the Dubai International Financial Centre.

Offshore providers hammered by U. S. investigators

An offshore insurer whose directors include former Chairman of the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority Michael Austin may have been used to help an American family worth billions of dollars break U. S. tax, securities and money laundering laws.The allegations were

US investigators hammer offshore providers

An offshore insurer whose directors include former Chairman of the Cayman Islands Monetary Authority Michael Austin may have been used to help an American family worth billions of dollars break U. S. tax, securities and money laundering laws.The allegations were made in a report entitled “Tax Haven Abuses: The Enablers, The Tools and Secrecy” that was published by the U. S. Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations on August 1, 2006.

Insider Talking: April 6, 2006

Nicolas Eugene Grant St. James charged with cannabis possession in UK, a look at the record of criminal-friendly judge Jon Isaacs in the Bahamas, liquidator of Suisse Security Bank and Trust charges creditors extra if they want to receive his creditors' reports, long after denying it, Marcus Queree acknowledge's fraudster Robert Raven's involvement in the group of companies known as 'Sidera'; and a look at CFTC Chairman Reuben Jeffery III's role in one of the biggest insurance frauds in history.

Russia: Rybak Komchatki

Application for the appointment of a Commissioner to collect evidence for a criminal investigation in Russia into the alleged embezzlement of the proceeds of the sale of a ship named Rybak Komchatki which were allegedly transferred to a company domiciled in Oregon called SV Financial, which was owned by Victor Kaganov and managed by Oregon dentist Anna Shimanovsky and her husband, Roman Shimanovsky, according to the request for assistance.

Brazil: Alpha Pneus

Application for the appointment of a Commissioner to collect evidence for a criminal investigation in Brazil into Apolo Santana Vieira, Matteo Bologna, Marco Arce, Rodrigo Arce, Eduardo Manoel Priori Ferreira da Silva, Maria das Gracas Queiroz Gomes, Antonio Henrique Vieira Nunes, Carlos Rafael de Santana, Maria Silza Pereira de Lavor, Joselma Goncalves da Silva, Eudes Queiroz Gomes, Walter da Silva Vieira, Robson Magno Conceicao Fonseca, Gil Tavares de Freitas and Evandro Antonio do Nascimento for suspected fraud and money laundering involving Alpha Pneus and other companies.

Ex-Imperial Consolidated officer sued for $120 m

A British national who was arrested on Christmas Eve as part of an investment fraud investigation has now had a civil lawsuit filed against him in which $120 million is being sought on behalf of alleged victims. The action was filed at the U. K. High Court on January 5, 2005 by the liquidators/administrators of five corporate members of the Imperial Consolidated Group, which operated in England and offshore centers before collapsing in 2002 owing approximately US$400 million.

Bank and trust license revocations in the Bahamas

Falcon Trust Co. Ltd. has had its license revoked by the Central Bank of the Bahamas on the grounds that it was "operating in a detrimental manner". The revocation was effective March 22, 2002.Nine other financial institutions had their licenses

Balmore Funds SA et al v. NCT Audio Products Inc. et al: Notice of Removal

Notice of Removal in Balmore Funds SA, if the British Virgin Islands, and Austost Anstalt Schaan, of Liechtenstein v. NCT Audio Products Inc. and NCT Group, Inc., formerly known as Noise Cancellation Technologies Inc., at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.