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  • bustedflush posted an update in the group Group logo of Rothschild VictimsRothschild Victims 4 months, 1 week ago

    To everyones amazement the case against NMR presented in London has failed. Costs to the litigans 1.!,000,000 pounds.Cartwe Ruck saidto their unfortunate clients

    We, at the legal end, are mystified and dismayed by the Judgment. The Judge has swallowed Rothschild’s case to an astonishing degree.

    Judges seem to do that as a matter of course.

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  • eddie posted an update in the group Group logo of Rothschild VictimsRothschild Victims 4 months, 3 weeks ago

    Just a small question

    The documents that were signed at the notary for credit select 4 with N M Rothschild & Sons through N M Rothschild & Sons (CI) Limited and with Hamiltons Financial Services SL.

    As far as I know N M Rothschild & Sons (CI) Limited,Hamiltons Financial Services SL and Hamiltons representative Duncam Moulder were all unlicensed…[Read more]

    • Dear Eddie,

      The fact that they are not regulated does not affect the signatures. On the title deeds, their names do not appear.

      Kind regards,

    • Whilst I agree with you that they are not on the title deeds. But under the process for credit select 4 their names and signatures appear on the Residents application Form which was noted at the Notary. As they were not licenced or regulated in Spain or even in the UK therefore are they committing a fraudulent act under Spanish law.

  • A very worried Old Mutual International Isle of Man has lost its bid to have the Spanish Courts deny jurisdiction to judge the illegality of the “Executive Investment Bond”, as reported by the El Confidencial onl […]

    • Isle of Man company loses its bid to deny legal jurisdiction to the Spanish Courts!!!!

      Disputing “jurisdiction” in the matter of alleged financial crime can present a convenient escape exit for certain parties … When companies registered/based on the Isle of Man design financial products and organise their marketing in other jurisdictions via third parties based in these jurisdictions (in many cases Spain); the luckless investors in these “products” enter into express and direct agreement with the Isle of Man based companies, and as the contracts are signed within the Spanish legal jurisdiction both parties would appear to be bound by Spanish law.

      Isle of Man financial companies, which are not licenced or authorised by the Spanish financial services regulator (CNMV) to market their products in Spain, are notorious for promoting their financial products via “intermediaries” who are similarly unauthorised and acting illegally. In the past the Isle of Man regulator (FSA) has informed the many victims of Isle of Man based financial scams that they must seek redress through the Spanish Courts as the (alleged) fraud was committed outside Isle of Man legal jurisdiction.

      Paradoxically – The Isle of Scams has an effective firewall protecting its financial services industry and seeking redress through the Spanish courts could be simpler than attempting to obtain justice through the Byzantine labyrinth of the Isle of Man legal system – or indeed the Isle of Man Financial Services Authority also infamous for its obscurity and absence of impartiality.

      Are luckless investors better seeking restitution outside the Isle of Man – whilst the “product providers” are better seeking protection on their “home” ground?

    • Isle of Man company loses its bid to deny legal jurisdiction to the Spanish Courts!!!!

      Disputing “jurisdiction” in the matter of alleged financial crime can present a convenient escape exit for certain parties … When companies registered/based on the Isle of Man design financial products and organise their marketing in other jurisdictions via third parties based in these jurisdictions (in many cases Spain); the luckless investors in these “products” enter into express and direct agreement with the Isle of Man based companies, and as the contracts are signed within the Spanish legal jurisdiction both parties would appear to be bound by Spanish law.

      Isle of Man financial companies, which are not licenced or authorised by the Spanish financial services regulator (CNMV) to market their products in Spain, are notorious for promoting their financial products via “intermediaries” who are similarly unauthorised and acting illegally. In the past the Isle of Man regulator (FSA) has informed the many victims of Isle of Man based financial scams that they must seek redress through the Spanish Courts as the (alleged) fraud was committed outside Isle of Man legal jurisdiction.

      Paradoxically – The Isle of Scams has an effective firewall protecting its financial services industry and seeking redress through the Spanish courts could be simpler than attempting to obtain justice through the Byzantine labyrinth of the Isle of Man legal system – or indeed the Isle of Man Financial Services Authority also infamous for its obscurity and absence of impartiality.

      Are luckless investors better seeking restitution outside the Isle of Man – whilst the “product providers” are better seeking protection on their “home” ground?

    • ISLE OF SCAMS – Comfortable relationships between poachers and gamekeepers?

      In what is becoming a habit on the Isle of Man (established by John Bourbon of the discredited Premier Group) the revolving door between the Isle of Man Financial Services Authority (FSA) and the financial services industry it “regulates” continues to rotate as Peter Kenny former board member of the FSA is appointed managing director of Old Mutual – Isle of Man.

      And like the Premier Group (Isle of Man) Limited changed its trading name … Old Mutual has decided to change its from “Old Mutual” to “Quilter”.

      Incest in the Isle of Scams financial services industry? Who would have thought it!

    • ISLE OF SCAMS! Comfortable relationships between poachers and gamekeepers?

      In what is becoming a habit on the Isle of Man (established by John Bourbon of the discredited Premier Group) the revolving door between the Isle of Man Financial Services Authority (FSA) and the financial services industry it is supposed to “regulate” continues to rotate as Peter Kenny former board member of the FSA is appointed managing director of Old Mutual – Isle of Man.

      And like the Premier Group (Isle of Man) Limited changed its trading name … Old Mutual has decided to change its from “Old Mutual” to “Quilter”.

      Incest in the Isle of Man financial services industry? Who would have thought it!

    • Unbelievable. I hope this is not fake news.

    • Unbelievable. These banks will stoop to any measures to keep these out of the Spanish Courts. I can understand why as it does seem that every month courts are ruling against these predatory banks.

  • eddie posted an update in the group Group logo of Rothschild VictimsRothschild Victims 4 months, 4 weeks ago

    It seem strange that N M Rothschild & Sons Ltd say that they do not give financial advice when it is plastered all over their website

    An informed and impartial perspective to help our clients reach their goals through the design and execution of strategic M&A and financing solutions.

    We provide impartial, expert advice to large and mid-sized…[Read more]

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