Viktor Kozeny

Jitka Chvatik v. Nayoro International Ltd. et al: Restoration Application

Originating Application in Dr. Jitka Chvatik, who, OffshoreAlert understands, is the mother of Czech-born, Bahamas-based fugitive accused fraudster Viktor Kožený v. Nayoro International Ltd. and The Registrar of Corporate Affairs at the British Virgin Islands High Court.

Harvardsky Prumyslovy Holding, AS v. Viktor Kozeny et al: Complaint

Complaint in Harvardsky Prumyslovy Holding, AS, a.k.a. Harvard Holdings, domiciled in the Czech Republic, v. Viktor Kozeny, a resident of the Bahamas, and Landlocked Shipping Company, domiciled in the Turks and Caicos Islands, at New York State Supreme Court.

Insider Talking: May 14, 2007

Nearly three years after obtaining a default judgment for $44,143 against St. Kitts based offshore financial services provider M. Irvin BonCamper, MBNA America Bank NA has finally collected. Attorneys for MBNA acknowledged “full and complete satisfaction” of the judgment in

Ex-Grenada diplomat Viktor Kozeny indicted for second time in US

Bahamas resident and former Grenada diplomat Viktor Kozeny faces extradition to the United States after being criminally indicted for a second time in New York.Kozeny, 42, and co-defendants David Pinkerton, 44, who was in charge of American International Group's private equity group, and Frederic Bourke Jr., 59, a private investor, have been accused of participating in a scheme to bribe senior government officials in Azerbaijan from 1997 to 1999 so they could gain control of a state-owned oil company during privatization.

Czech Republic seeks extradition of Viktor Kozeny from the Bahamas

The Czech Republic is to seek the extradition of alleged fraudster Viktor Kozeny from the Bahamas.Kozeny, 40, who lives in the gated-community at Lyford Cay, near Nassau, is wanted on charges relating to a failed coupon privatization scheme in the early 1990s after the collapse of communism. 

Viktor Kozeny indicted in New York

Bahamas resident Viktor Kozeny has been criminally indicted in Manhattan on charges that he stole $182 million from clients of a New York investment firm.He has been indicted on 15 counts of Grand Larceny in the First Degree and two counts of Criminal Possession of Stolen Property in the First Degree.

Insider Talking: September 30, 2000

As 51-year-old British businessman Leslie Wingham scours the world for places to park millions of dollars allegedly defrauded from clients of Antigua-based Accord Insurance, it is worth taking a look at his none-too-pretty business record over the years; We can report further news on Dominica-based British Trade & Commerce Bank, which acknowledged in our July 31 edition that it was experiencing liquidity and other problems due to having some of its assets frozen in Canada and because of an alleged credit card fraud against the bank; American Eric Resteiner, who bought Viktor Kozeny's luxury home in Lyford Cay in the Bahamas not too long ago, has vacated the property after failing to meet mortgage payments and is believed to be now living in either Switzerland or Cairo, said a source; We recently received another fax from 'Anne Gregory' of The Finance Merchants Group, which purports to sell offshore bank charters from a base in the Bahamas; and We reported last month on how DIAK Bank was being operated without a license in St. Vincent by 'minister of religion' Clifford Pitt and was offering depositors annual interest rates of 25-35 per cent. We have since learned that these rates are peanuts compared with the returns of five per cent per month or 90 per cent annually being offered for five-year certificates of deposits by its sister company, DIAK Asset Management Company Ltd.

Insider Talking: February 29, 2000

Keith King and the Transglobal Investment Fund, Antigua PM Lester Bird seeks to have financial advisory lifted, Viktor Kozeny sued in the Bahamas, U. S. and Bermuda discuss new treaty, Quantum Trading offers suspiciously high returns, Mezzanine Capital in middle of pump and dump, and Michael Creft: From Manitoba Department of Highways employee to Grenada's chief offshore regulator

Insider Talking: August 31, 1999

In February, Offshore Alert reported about stock manipulation allegations involving Bermuda Stock Exchange-listed Mezzanine Capital; Viktor Kozeny, the 'Pirate of Prague' who allegedly defrauded his countrymen in the former Czechoslovakia of tens of millions of dollars before fleeing, buying an Irish passport and going to live in the Bahamas, has apparently fallen out with the Grenada government, according to Grenada Today newspaper; A letter to the editor that was published in the Caymanian Compass newspaper on August 20, 1999 caused rum amusement in knowledgeable law enforcement circles; and In the ten days after we posted the Harris Organization/OBNR libel judgment on our web-site, 638 people had downloaded the entire 17 pages, making it the most popular document on the 'Free Documents' section of our web-site.

Insider Talking: March 31, 1998

John Deuss courts PLP political party in Bermuda, offshore regulators John Lawrence and Marcus Killick find new jobs, proposed purchase of Little Switzerland by Colombian Emeralds International may have implications for Crisson's, Leigh Bruce Ritch is apparently now living in Cayman under the name Bruce Ritchie after completing a prison-term in the USA for narcotics-trafficking, Rex Crighton receives 'in principle' planning approval to dredge Cayman's North Sound, Grenada appoints Viktor Kozeny as its Honorary Consul in the Bahamas, investors make approximatly $1 million on call options bought one day before announcement of sale of Bermuda reinsurer Mid Ocean Ltd.