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Stanford International Bank was a bank based in the Caribbean, which operated from 1986 to 2009 when it went into receivership. It was an affiliate of the Stanford Financial Group and failed when the its parent was seized by United States authorities in early 2009 as part of the investigation into Allen Stanford. Prior to its ...


The mission of the new liquidators of Stanford International Bank (SIB) is to recover $7 billion in losses stemming from the alleged R. Allen Stanford multi.


Company profile & key executives for Stanford International Bank Ltd (3202577Z: -) including description, corporate address, management team and contact info.


Feb 14, 2014 ... Shaw heads the Stanford Victims Coalition, which has been trying for years to drum up support in Washington. Some 28,000 investors—10 times the number of direct investors in the Madoff case—bought certificates of deposit from Stanford International Bank in Antigua, which was owned by Texas financier ...


Sentencing for the Texas banker to be held on June 14. Save. January 26, 2012. Stanford scandal · Stanford tells of $5.5bn cash pile on video. Jury watches video of Allen Stanford at Miami summit. Save. January 25, 2012. Stanford scandal · Stanford accused of making up figures. Long-time employee testifies at $7bn ...


Jan 29, 2016 ... After taking a due-diligence trip to Stanford's operation in Houston, Stephen Cullen, one of the TD personnel responsible for handling the Stanford account, told another TD official that he was uncomfortable with TD Bank's continued correspondent banking relationship with Stanford International Bank.


Feb 17, 2009 ... Stanford's companies include Antiguan-based Stanford International Bank (SIB), Houston-based broker-dealer and investment adviser Stanford Group Company ( SGC), and investment adviser Stanford Capital Management. The SEC also charged SIB chief financial officer James Davis as well as Laura ...



Feb 10, 2009 ... So it'll be interesting to see what happens now that Alex Dalmady has gone public with his suspicions about Stanford International Bank, an Antigua-based private bank with $8 billion in assets. Dalmady's report can be found here; it makes for quite a rollicking read, and if I had any money with SIB I'd be ...