B−BOY means: B−boy is slang for a male fan of rap music.
B−GIRL means: B−girl is American slang for a prostitute who frequents bars. B−girl is slang for a female fan of rap music.
B−WAY means: B−way was th century slang for Broadway.
B.A. means: B.A. (Badass) is American slang for a violent, anti−social or troublesome person.
B.F. means: B.F. was British slang for bloody fool.
B.M.O.C. means: B.M.O.C. (big man on campus) is American student slang for an influential fellow student.
B.O.F. means: B.O.F. (boring old fart) is British slang for an old, has−been person.
B.V.D.S means: B.V.D.s is American slang for men's underwear.
BAA means: Baa is Dorset slang for bad.
BAA LAMB means: Baa lamb is London Cockney rhyming slang for tram. Baa lamb is British slang for a naughty child.
JSC Ingtorgstroy v. Citibank NA et al: Discovery Application means: Application by JSC Ingtorgstroy, of Russia, to take discovery from Citibank NA, The Bank of New York Mellon, Société Générale, New York Branch; HSBC Bank USA NA, BNP Paribas USA, JPMorgan Chase Bank NA, Barclays Bank PLC, Deutsche Bank Trust Co. Americas, The Bank of Nova Scotia, New York Agency; UBS AG, Bank of America NA, Standard Chartered Bank US, Commerzbank AG, New York Branch, and The Clearing House Payments Company LLC for use in legal proceedings “against former CEOs and beneficial owners of OJSC “GK Amazarkan”, including Pavel Entin and Bogdan Solodukha before the commercial court of Moscow city and the commercial court of Kaluga Region, Russia”, filed at the U. S. District Court for the Southern District of New York. Visit : https://www.offshorealert.com/jsc-ingtorgstroy-v-citibank-na-et-al-discovery-application/
Xinxing Pipes (Hong Kong) Co. Ltd. v. Gold Point Development Ltd.: Liquidation Application (‘$117M Debt’) means: Originating Application in Xinxing Pipes (Hong Kong) Co. Limited v. Gold Point Development Limited at the British Virgin Islands High Court. Visit : https://www.offshorealert.com/xinving-pipes-hong-kong-co-ltd-v-gold-point-development-ltd-liquidation-application-117m-debt/
Lynda King et al v. Blockchain.com Inc. et al: Order to Pursue BVI Asset Freeze means: Order continuing Freezing Order and granting permission to seek to enforce the Freezing Order in the British Virgin Islands regarding an alleged cryptocurrency-related investment fraud in Lynda King, Sarah Waugh, and Danielle Walker, all citizens of the United Kingdom v. Blockchain Access UK Limited, Blockchain Luxembourg SA, Blockchain.com Inc., and Persons Unknown at the High Court of Justice for England and Wales. Visit : https://www.offshorealert.com/lynda-king-et-al-v-blockchain-com-inc-et-al-asset-freeze-continuation-order/
Investigations legend Jules Kroll to speak at OffshoreAlert Miami means: Jules Kroll, who pioneered the modern corporate investigations industry, will be the keynote speaker at next month’s OffshoreAlert Conference in Miami.
He will be interviewed on stage by his son Jeremy about his 50-year career, how the industry has changed, how he has adapted, and global current affairs, including recently-imposed sanctions against Russian entities and new ways to conceal assets through cryptocurrencies.
Jules and Jeremy Kroll are Executive Chair and Co-CEO, respectively, of K2 Integrity, a global risk, compliance, investigations, and monitoring firm.
A networking cocktail reception will immediately follow the session, at which attendees will mingle with some of the leading experts on intelligence, investigations, and recovery in high-value international finance who are flying in from around the world. The 18th OffshoreAlert Miami Conference will take place at the luxury, oceanside Ritz-Carlton, South Beach hotel in Miami Beach, Florida on April 24-26, 2022.
Ticket sales have been so brisk that the event will almost certainly be our best-attended.
Attendees have access to 17 fantastic sessions, three cocktail receptions, eight extended networking breaks for lunch or coffee, a pre-conference screening of the ‘Tyson Fury vs. Dillian Whyte‘ world heavyweight boxing fight for early-arrivers, and the possibility of being invited to one or more of the myriad of private parties and dinners that will be held around our event.
“We place an emphasis on networking, entertainment, and enjoyment,” said OffshoreAlert’s founder and owner David Marchant. “We want you to have a good time with people you can do business with.”
The conference hotel is in the middle of one of the world’s most exciting entertainment districts, where you can walk to top restaurants, bars, nightclubs, shops, and the beach. Visit : https://www.offshorealert.com/jules-kroll-to-speak-at-offshorealert-miami/
Kayla Blacksher v. SafeMoon LLC et al: Class Action Complaint means: Class Action Complaint alleging a cryptocurrency-based investment fraud in Kayla Blacksher v. SafeMoon LLC, SafeMoon US LLC, SafeMoon Connect LLC, Tano LLC, SafeMoon Ltd., of England; SafeMoon Protocol Ltd., of England; SafeMoon Media Group Ltd., of England; Braden John Karony, Jack Haines-Davies, of London, England; Ryan Arriaga, Shaun Witriol, Henry ‘Hank’ Wyatt, Thomas Smith, Kyle Nagy, Jake Paul, Nick Carter, DeAndre Cortez Way, Ben Phillips, Miles Parks McCollum, and Daniel M. Keem at the U. S. District Court for the Central District of California. Visit : https://www.offshorealert.com/kayla-blacksher-v-safemoon-llc-et-al-class-action-complaint/
Webinar: The ICIJ's 'Pandora Papers' Investigation means: The ICIJ will discuss its ‘Pandora Papers’ investigation into financial secrecy during a free OffshoreAlert webinar this Friday. Based on “11.9 million leaked records”, the ICIJ describes the investigation as “the largest in journalism history” and says it “exposes a shadow financial system that benefits the world’s most rich and powerful”. Visit : https://www.offshorealert.com/pandora-papers-icij-webinar/
Offshore Day’ kicks off next week’s vGlobal conference means: Next week’s FREE OffshoreAlert vGlobal virtual conference on intelligence, investigations, and recovery will kick-off with our ‘Offshore Day’ on Monday, December 6th.
Leading experts in offshore finance will present four sessions followed by a speed networking session when attendees all over the world can meet by mic and webcam. Offshore Day’ kicks off next week’s vGlobal conference
A session called ‘The ICIJ v. Offshore Finance’ will pair two representatives of the ICIJ, including its director, Gerard Ryle, with two residents in offshore finance centers, one in the Cayman Islands and one in South Dakota, for a conversation about the ICIJ’s investigation into OFCs and how it is perceived by offshore practitioners.
That will be followed by ‘Tax Enforcement Update: The IRS v. Offshore’ in which three senior IRS representatives and one from the Department of Justice will discuss US tax enforcement initiatives involving OFCs.
Next up will be ‘Fact vs. Fiction: Q&A With Offshore Experts’ in which specialists will go beyond the stereotypes and clichés and discuss what actually takes place in OFCs, dispelling myths about the industry and highlighting legal uses of financial products and services, transparency initiatives, and cooperation with international investigators.
In the final session on ‘How to Avoid Becoming the Next ‘Pandora Papers’, former UK Government agency intelligence and security operative Kevin Weekes will show attendees how to reduce the risk of their workforce being turned into human intelligence sources.
That will be immediately followed by a 30-minute offshore-themed speed networking session in which all attendees who want to can go into a virtual room and be automatically and randomly paired with others in the room for one-on-one video meetings of up to three minutes each, with a maximum of ten meetings.
You can register for OffshoreAlert’s vGlobal virtual conference at www.oavglobal.com, where you can also view full details of the event. There is no charge to watch live sessions and participate in speed networking and a nominal charge if you also want access to recordings. Visit : https://www.offshorealert.com/offshore-day-kicks-off-next-weeks-vglobal-conference/
Pegasus ‘zero-click’ spyware to be analyzed at OffshoreAlert Miami means: ‘Zero-click’ spyware that was used to hack mobile phones to spy on more than 50,000 people, including lawyers, businesspeople, politicians, and journalists, will be analyzed at next month’s OffshoreAlert Miami conference.
The Pegasus Project: How 'No-Click Spyware' Hacked Mobile Phones
Journalists from The Washington Post and The Guardian will present a session on the ‘Pegasus’ tool that was developed by Israel’s NSO Group.
It is one of 17 sessions at the 18th OffshoreAlert Miami Conference on intelligence, investigations, and recovery in high-value international finance that will take place at the luxury oceanside Ritz-Carlton, South Beach hotel in Miami Beach, Florida on April 24-26, 2022.
Other speakers include Jules Kroll, Christopher Steele, and leading experts on investigating, regulating, and analyzing cryptocurrencies. Visit : https://www.offshorealert.com/pegasus-zero-click-spyware-to-be-analyzed-at-offshorealert-miami/
Philip Yuen v. Aurabeat Technology International et al: Originating Summons means: Originating Summons in Philip Yuen v. Aurabeat Technology International, of the Cayman Islands; Sze To Gin Nam, of Hong Kong, and Lo Shuk Yee, of Hong Kong, at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands. Visit : https://www.offshorealert.com/philip-yuen-v-aurabeat-technology-international-et-al-originating-summons/
Hangzhou Lingqin Investment Partnership Enterprise v. Harneys Liquidation Services (Cayman) Ltd. et al: ‘Norwich Pharmacal’ Application means: Originating Summons in Hangzhou Lingqin Investment Partnership Enterprise v. Harneys Liquidation Services (Cayman) Limited and Harneys Fiduciary (Cayman) Limited at the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands. Visit : https://www.offshorealert.com/hangzhou-lingqin-investment-partnership-enterprise-v-harneys-liquidation-services-cayman-ltd-et-al-norwich-pharmacal-application/
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