Tag Archives: Antigua

Investors plan appeal of Stanford lawsuit dismissal

By JOE GYAN JR. A federal appeals court will be asked to reverse a Baton Rouge federal judge’s dismissal of a lawsuit that claims the Securities and Exchange Commission and a former official knew of Robert Allen Stanford’s $7 billion fraud scheme but failed to investigate and stop it, an attorney for some victims said Friday. The […]

Stanford Judge Approves Interim Distribution to Victims

By Tom Korosec & Andrew Harris A plan by a court-appointed receiver to distribute assets recovered from R. Allen Stanford’s Ponzi scheme to investors was approved by a federal judge in Dallas.U.S. District Judge David C. Godbey accepted the plan by Ralph Janvey, the receiver appointed in 2009 to marshal and liquidate Stanford’s personal and […]

KLS Stanford Update – SEC Litigation

By KACHROO LEGAL SERVICES, P.C. In our last update, we notified you that the magistrate judge in our SEC class action denied the Government’s request to stay all discovery. We are summarizing here the outcome of the discovery hearing which was held in Miami on February 14, 2013. One of the key hurdles to overcome […]

Stanford investors’ lawsuit heads to federal court

By Bill Lodge Eighty-nine investors defrauded by now-imprisoned Houston financier Robert Allen Stanford want $115 million from seven insurance companies in addition to claims that could total as much as $1 billion against the Louisiana Office of Financial Institutions and SEI Investments Co. But six of the insurers responded Monday by transferring the investors’ 4-year-old […]

Cassidy, Deutch Introduce Improving SIPC Act of 2013

By Dr. Bill Cassidy WASHINGTON, D.C. – This week, Congressman Bill Cassidy, M.D. (R-LA) and Congressman Ted Deutch (D-FL) re-introduced the Improving Security for Investors and Providing Closure Act, or Improving SIPC Act of 2013. The legislation would provide victims of Ponzi schemes a quicker path to financial restitution, including those harmed by R. Allen […]

Stanford Investors Sue Antigua, Caribbean Central Bank

By Laurel Brubaker Calkins R. Allen Stanford’s receiver and investors’ committee sued Antigua, the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank and 23 former Stanford Financial Group Co. executives over allegations they aided the financier’s $7 billion fraud. The Official Stanford Investors Committee seeks repayment of at least $90 million in documented loans Stanford made to the dual-island […]

RECEIVER’S FIFTH INTERIM REPORT REGARDING STATUS OF RECEIVERSHIP, ASSET COLLECTION, AND ONGOING ACTIVITIES

By Kevin M. Sadler The Receiver hereby submits for the Court’s consideration the following information regarding the status of the Receivership, asset collection efforts, and other ongoing activities. Unless otherwise stated herein, the information in this report is current as of January 31, 2013. The Receiver will supplement this report as circumstances develop or if […]