Clico and Barbados: So Many Unanswered Questions, So Many Suspicious Activities By Government And Friends Of Government

“Wife came home last night with the story on how the whole CLICO thing unfolded for them. Seems some one in the Bahamas had 100 million invested with CLICO and needed the money back, because they (Bahamas) were in tights!

CLICO doesn’t have 100 Big Ones sitting around to handle large redemptions, and couldn’t borrow that from any Bank in T&T and so was forced to approach Gov’t.(central Bank) to cover dey ass. Word then got out about this ‘failing’,  and a run started.”

“On another topic – what I “discovered” about CL Financial is that it is a PRIVATE company and evidently does not publish financial statements available to the public! How can a financial institution, particularly one of that size, NOT have to publish its financial reports? Anyone who invested one cent in that group deserves to lose their funds. That situation is a total disaster and should not be allowed to happen again.”

… above taken from some emails making their way around in Barbados.

Barbados Central Bank Bailout – In Exchange For Exactly What?

The story that is being given to the Bajan public is that CLICO’s Barbados interests and subsidiary are entirely independent from the troubled Trinidadian parent company and therefore we Bajans shouldn’t worry. Oh… “they” say that all those millions that the Government of Barbados pledged to CLICO’s benefit are “just in case” and “to show faith” in the company.

Barbados Money Laundering Advisory this morning points out some of the false information that we are being told about CLICO Barbados.

For instance, did you know that CLICO Barbados made loans to the Trinidadian head corporation for US$50 million? That my friends is over 10% of the insurer’s asset base that is probably worth less than nothing now.

PM Thompson Says His Conflicts Of Interest Are None Of Your Business

PM Thompson Says His Conflicts Of Interest Are None Of Your Business

To Whom The Benefit?

Barbados Money Laundering Advisory’s concern with where our bailout money is going is reflected in the email displayed at the top of this article. CLICO parent company CL Financial is a PRIVATE company that publishes no financial records publically.

IF you had control of where your personal tax dollars were invested, wouldn’t you demand full disclosure before you loaned money to a private company? Wouldn’t you want some real and unencumbered collateral to back the loan?

CLICO Barbados owns some rather nice land that just happens to be smack in the middle of the proposed Graeme Hall National Park.

The Barbados Government should not have loaned that money to CLICO – they should have purchased that land for the people of Barbados!

Too bad that Prime Minister Thompson couldn’t exert any pressure on his old pal Leroy Parris. After all, we’d hate to have to give up those free rides to New York and Miami on CLICO’s business jet, wouldn’t we Mr. Thompson?

Further Reading

Barbados Money Laundering Advisory: Is “Weak” CLICO Barbados Subsidiary Bankrolling Trinidad HQ?

BFP: Clico On Life Support – Will Barbados Prime Minister Thompson Favour His Patron Leroy Parris, Or The People Of Barbados?

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46 responses to “Clico and Barbados: So Many Unanswered Questions, So Many Suspicious Activities By Government And Friends Of Government

  1. So Happy to be a Bajan

    Remembner the days when CBC carried the lunch time lectures of the DLP from Goerge Street? Remeber the amount of air-time given to members of the DLP without interferance from the ruling BLP. Well, I am so happy that it is happing to Mia and Owen. They played the nice guys when the staff at CBC was doing crap.
    Last sunday Harper was told”it was taken out the Book, we CAN’T cover any event of the BLP, especially if Owen Arthur speaking. Glad it happening to them.
    For twelve years, we the faith members of the BLP got pushed aside by the “poltics of favours”. Ask Richard Arthur if is brother got one government contract for his company. You should hear his side. Not one contract, not one board pick.

    ********************

    BFP says…

    So much for democracy. Like we said… one set of despots displaced the other.

  2. Hants

    The BLP are broadcasting a message right now on VOB 2.10 pm friday feb 13th.

    The BLP has been doing this frequently since they were thrown out of office by the MAJORITY of the voting public of Barbados.

    The BLP now functions as opposition in Parliament and as a “Pressure Group” outside of parliament.

    Power for 14 years was so ingrained in the BLP that they will stop at nothing to regain the Government of Barbados.

    So maybe we will see the return of the (in the words of SyllyG/RR ) “father of first world Barbados and Prime Minister for Life Owing Seemore After.

    We are in for a new phenomenon. The indefinite political campaign.
    Or political cou cou?

  3. Kofi

    BFP can say whatever they like about me. It is folly to assume that because a one Royalrumble and I posted statements on your blog within minutes of each other that we are somehow one in the same person. In any event that is not the business of BFP. You are to publish the comments of your bloggers – deal with the issues they raised not their personalities.

    BFP is behaving in the same manner as Chris Sinckler with respect to the Constituency Councils. Can I assume that they are one in the same? Sinckler will be appointing 450 members to the council who will not be able to report back to the community about the business of the Council except it is approved by him. While BFP is refusing to publish the comments made by certain bloggers unless it meets their approval. The inference therefore is very pellucid.

    Now to the matter at hand. I am contending that there is a wicked conspiracy between Thompson and Parris to conceal vital information from the taxpayers of Barbados and the policyholders and investors of Clico.

    In 1997 Thompson was the Lawyer for Clico Barbados when the acquisition of the pension plans and life insurance portfolios were made between Clico Trinidad and Clico Barbados. That was in 1997. Now read contents of the notes in the Clico International Life Insurance Limited (Barbados) in their Financial Statement for December 31, 2007:

    “With effect from January 1,1997 the Company acquired the insurance and pension Portfolios of Colonial Life Insurance Company (Trinidad) Limited’s branch operations in Antigua, Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, St. kitts, St. Lucia and St. Vincent”.

    “The transactions and balances resulting from this portfolio transfer are reflected in the company’s account but the Company has not yet obtained the approval of the Supervisor of Insurance of the various territories to the transfer. Further, policyholder approvals for the respective transfers are still pending”.

    Since the transfers have not received the approval of the Supervisor of Insurance in Barbados nor have policyholders gave their approval then Clico Barbados is merely a shell company. In other words it really has no assets or liabilities. It is merely carrying on the business of Clico Trinidad. Has this situation changed in the last year?

    This means that both Thompson and Parris who would known of this infringement would have deliberately misrepresented the true position of the company when they addressed the matter of the Trinidad bailout.

    Clico Barbados is therefore not a company of any worth whatsoever and its independence of which Thompson and Parris now boast is a question of materiality.

  4. Optimist Prime

    No amount of gag order will hide the fact that the DLP is “intellectually weak.”

    No amount of gag order of the BLP will hide the fact that there are cost-overruns under this DLP.

    No gag order of the BLP will hide the fact that things are worst at the QEH, than when the BLP was in office.

    No gag order of the BLP on CBC will hide the fact that the s-called, “squeaky clean – DLP government,” gave Clico a $10m stimulus it did not ask for, but after four moths, the DLPis yet to respond to a proposal from the BHTA for assistance to save jobs.

    The DLP has a new political pit-bull, the Minister of Pork barrel, Slush Funds and fatted calf.

    It is plain as day for all to see that the DLP only make sense week-days or when they are reading speeches that are prepared by public servants.

    Apart from that, Suckoo will tell you to unplug the fridge when not in use.

    Steve Blackette wants money from Cuba to rebuild the Empire.

    Haynesley Benn – the Minister of african snails and rat pois0n, will think that sweep peppers is all to agriculture.

    George Hutson will take school children from his constituency to a rum refinery, while Patrick Todd will only talk about “toilets” and Pulling. Sorry, I mean “b”.

    Because the DLP is “intellectually weak,” it has to keep the BLP off CBC.

    Because the DLP does not want the BLP to say who in the DLP is feeding at the trough – it keeps the Opposition off CBC.

    Well, CBC, Constituency Councils, Cost of Living and Clico, all have to doing with buying, either a government of commodities. But the DLP does not want the Opposition to tell the people the truth.

    Some tin wong!!!!

  5. Optimist Prime

    Why is Optimist Prime being moderated? Is BFP owned by CBC?

  6. 59

    No amount of gag order will hide the fact that the DLP is “intellectually weak.”

    No amount of gag order of the BLP will hide the fact that there are cost-overruns under this DLP.

    No gag order of the BLP will hide the fact that things are worst at the QEH, than when the BLP was in office.

    No gag order of the BLP on CBC will hide the fact that the s-called, “squeaky clean – DLP government,” gave Clico a $10m stimulus it did not ask for, but after four moths, the DLPis yet to respond to a proposal from the BHTA for assistance to save jobs.

    The DLP has a new political pit-bull, the Minister of Pork barrel, Slush Funds and fatted calf.

    It is plain as day for all to see that the DLP only make sense week-days or when they are reading speeches that are prepared by public servants.

    Apart from that, Suckoo will tell you to unplug the fridge when not in use.

    Steve Blackette wants money from Cuba to rebuild the Empire.

    Haynesley Benn – the Minister of african snails and rat pois0n, will think that sweep peppers is all to agriculture.

    George Hutson will take school children from his constituency to a rum refinery, while Patrick Todd will only talk about “toilets” and Pulling. Sorry, I mean “b”.

    Because the DLP is “intellectually weak,” it has to keep the BLP off CBC.

    Because the DLP does not want the BLP to say who in the DLP is feeding at the trough – it keeps the Opposition off CBC.

    Well, CBC, Constituency Councils, Cost of Living and Clico, all have to doing with buying, either a government of commodities. But the DLP does not want the Opposition to tell the people the truth.

    Some tin wong!!!!

  7. Spelling, gentlemen!

    Not sure I understand
    just what the above two posts
    have to do with the CLICO thing
    but I guess it’s a free world…

  8. Hants

    @ Spelling, gentlemen!

    It is a free press. Enjoy the freedom.

  9. 182

    Hants,

    Opposing when you are in opposition is not a crime.

    And before you get to high on your high horse about the MAJORITY that voted them in remember that on total votes the difference is very slim. I believe I heard one pundit saying the government could change on as little as a 2% swing.

    They are doing the job the constitution sets out for them.

    As per the post….

    Due to the laws in Barbados all finance corporations and insurance companies are required by law to publish financial statements in the press. This law has been observed here. If you go to the nation and dig through their recent archives you will find the financial statements there.

    As per “Money Laundering Advisory” it’s another blog similar in nature to BFP. There is enough about the situation to concern people without this wild irresponsible speculation.

  10. Sad To Say

    CLICO = CROOKED LYING IMMORAL CRIMINALS OUTFOXED (BY MARIANO BROWNE)

  11. Hants

    From the writings of our learned proud Bajan Lowdown Hoad
    “The whole concept of free speech is nicely summarised in Voltaire’s “I may disagree with what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it”. The strength of the NATION lies in its willingness to publish conflicting opinions on homos, hanging, atheism, Nelson and, of course, CSME.

  12. Nostradamus

    Saturday Nation Page 14 14.02.09

    “Based on the audited accounts CLICO had surpluses in the Statutory Fund in 2004, 2005, and 2006. These surpluses shifted to a deficit of around TT$600 million (US$100 million) in 2007. Based on the un-audited account for 2008, the Statutory Fund deficit has ballooned to TT$5.1 billion (US$850 million),” Williams told a news conference.

    He said that if the unaudited account was correct “one interpretation would mean that the premium income collected in 2008, which should have been directed to the Statutory Fund, was otherwise utilised”.

    https://barbadosfreepress.wordpress.com/2009/02/13/clico-and-barbados-so-many-unanswered-questions-so-many-suspicious-activities-by-government-and-friends-of-government/#comments

  13. J

    But Mia how ya can call ya’self Kofi?

    Why not call ys’self someting like Fola??

    Nice Yoruba girls name.

  14. Pat

    J
    February 14, 2009 at 7:43 pm

    But Mia how ya can call ya’self Kofi?

    Why not call ys’self someting like Fola??

    Nice Yoruba girls name.
    ********************************
    But J, how can you tell people wuh to call demself?
    How you know dem doan feel like and Kofi?
    Doan dey soun like a Kofi?

  15. Nonsense

    I know de PM was mekking sport at we when he fool dem wid a hundred day lie. Dat fugitives of cocaine charges will never be broughtback . Nothing he do will ever be positive for Bim that he does . Dem duz push back de country rvery time they in POWER.

  16. Sad To Say

    As we “speak” there is a lot going on behind the scenes regarding CLICO. Leroy Parris is trying to put together at team to buy CLICO (Barbados & Eastern Caribbean) from the parent company in Trinidad. The problem is he is unlikely to be able to raise the 1.2 billion USD, so he is in the mean time trying to persuade the parent company to part with the non-real estate aspect of the company while they hold on to the real estate. It is very unlikely that this deal will take off. Keep your eyes open and ears tuned as this story evolves, I estimate that we have seen less than 20% of the whole story.

  17. Kofi

    “Sad To Say” I can’t agree with you more.

    I can imagine how the policyholders must feel with all this concealing of information by Parris and Thompson.

    The announcement by the Trinidad Government that things are worse than what first appeared cannot be comforting to those policyholders in Barbados. This now means that as stated in the MOU Clico Trinidad will have to recover more assets to guaranty the additional $5 billion debt of Clico.

    The question is will they be coming to claim Clico Barbados?

  18. Juris

    Some people seem quite happy for CLICO to fail because of the Thompson-Parris alliance. Do they realise that many innocent Barbadians would suffer irreparably if such an event were to occur? Or don’t they care, as long as they get back in power to rob this country blind?

  19. Straight talk

    Juris:

    Please explain to us how a purportedly well run and safely reserved company can be hurt by policy holders asking the simple question – “we have seen what is happening to your sister companies in T&T, and furthermore we trust what our Central Bank and Supervisor of Insurance say, so please tell me, why don’t you release last year’s accounts and stop all this speculation?”

    So easy.

  20. Juris

    S…t Talk,

    You know as well as I do that there is not the simple asking of a question, but the fervent wish that CLICO is in trouble. How many policyholders have you heard asking anything? Mottley? Arthur? Mascoll?

  21. Straight talk

    Juris:

    With respect.

    That don’t answer the policyholders simple question, and I do believe you know the answer.
    Shame you feel unable to spit it out, or do you want to perpetuate this cruel charade?

  22. Juris

    I agree that the accounts should be released, but what has this got to do with Thompson? Can he release them? Or are you saying that the Central Bank should not have put any money at CLICO’s disposal until the accounts were declared? I agree with that too, but why is there this continiuos harping that CLICO is in trouble? Is it? Is the BNB in trouble?

  23. Straight talk

    All I’m saying is release the delayed report and this matter will be laid to rest.

  24. Hants

    @ Juris

    The BLP is becoming desperate in their attempts to overthrow the Government.Hence the misinformation and public meetings.

    The Banking system in Barbados is sound and Government made sure that those who wanted to pull their money out of Clico could not start a panic.

    I am concerned that instead of helping Barbados through this economic crisis the power hungry BLP are orchestrating a campaign that can cause irreparable damage to the country they claim to love.

    I will trust the judgement of the average Barbadian who can see thru Owing and his deputies.

  25. Royalrumble

    Supported by shouts of reminders from the large crowd at the first in a series of BLP public meetings, Opposition Leader, Ms Mottley listed a number of CBC clips that showed that Thompson was never blocked from accessing the newsroom at CBC.

    My real fear though is that Parris is a very arrogant idiot who is not easily controlled. Asked the staff at Clico how he treats them. Neither Thompson nor the executive of the DLP would be able to control Parris once he gets into full flight. When the Dems implored, as they most definitely will, Parris would be a major contributor.

    What is most noteworthy to me is the fact that in just fifteen (15) months of this new Government’s term in office the opposition party can call a public meeting and receive such strong public support. This is instructive and the DLP should sit up and take note.

    The DLP could not have risk calling a public meeting in 1995 following the victory of Arthur and the BLP. In fact, in the general election of 1999 Arthur improved on the number of seats he won in the house in the previous election of 1994 primarily because of his increased popularity.

    I am contending that this DLP administration is losing what little popularity it had prior to January 2008, and it is losing it very quickly. The margins of victory in number of constituencies were very small and the DLP would do well to stop behaving like demagogues and treat people with respect and dignity.

    So Hand-to-Mout-Hants you better join the rest of wanna boys in grabbing what wanna can because it looks like only one term for wanna.

  26. Sad To Say

    Parris’ two choice jobs after the election were (a) Govenor General and (b) President of the Senate. He was most dissapointed when he had to settle as Chaiman of the CBC board. This man is very ambitious to say the least.

  27. Hants

    @ Royalrumble/Sylly G

    I will try ignore your insult but rest assured that I do not need the largesse of any Government for my existence.

    I will stay here in Canada and suffer quietly as a self employed person who has the misfortune of being forced to work for a living.

    I do hope Owing gave you a good severance package and you are not Hand-to-Mout.
    You have been a good and faithful servant.

    Carrying on campaigning.

  28. Inquisitive

    There are serious interlocking relations with CL Group and other major T&T companies that will have an impact on Barbados. Apart from Clico’s ownership of the Barbados direct subsidiaries, they also own British American and a large chunk of BNB. Now if things get worse in the T&T market then other Trinidadians companies will flounder and impact BS&T, Ansa McAl group and 45% of businesses in Barbados.

    Not sure what is the role of Leroy Parris or David Thompson in such except that persistent negative comments about them will result in reduced confidence in related entities with a spiralling effect on other companies here.

    We have to be rationale and see what we can do via cash injection, asset swops, acquisitions or take-overs to minimize fallout whilst at the same time strengthening regulation to avoid such in the future.

    We have not seen the end of this. The Stanford saga will make it worse for the whole Caribbean. The lessons here speak to the influence of large, one-man conglomerates on politics and economics in the Caribbean.

    I am sure that Mia and the BLP cannot do any better at this stage.

  29. DuckMaGoose

    Here’s one for you guys at BFP & Keltruth to see if you can find a link – may seem like ancient history but … who knows ?!?

    Clico bought out Plantations Ltd (which included a lot of Barbados Real Estate and some shareholders still got their Share Certificates that are worth zip) a company that was, in its day, rated up there with B.S.&T and Goddards.

    There was a common Board Director/Shareholder between Plantations and Kingsland Estates Ltd.

    Is it nothing, or do we have one BIG simmering pot of unanswered questions that stretch for years?

  30. David Brooks

    Hmm, DuckMaGoose may have something here.

    Clico’s take over of Plantations was back in the late 1980’s and maybe into the early 90’s (I can’t recall exactly now) and was basically a land grab – when the DLP was in power – and the Kingsland debacle (another land grab attempt) started not that long afterwards.

    Let’s go check that long list of persons that Keltruth has regarding the Kingsland issue and see if there are any potential connections – if I’m not mistaken there are persons in there from both sides (B’s & D’s), and many more.

  31. DuckMaGoose

    Now lets see, with regard to the Clico / Plnatations Holdings Ltd issue, I draw your attention to Court Appeal between

    CLICO HOLDINGS (B’DOS) LIMITED
    (Appellant)

    ROYAL BANK OF CANADA
    (Respondent)

    …/which amoung many other related matters the follow is stated …

    The issue between the parties for determination by the Court arose out of financial dealings between Plantations Holdings Ltd., a subsidiary of Plantations Trading Co. Ltd. and the respondent Royal Bank of Canada (B’dos) Ltd. In the course of these dealings, the respondent made loans to the Plantations Holdings Ltd. amounting to $28 million (approx.)
    **********************************************
    See the following link for the whole document …

    http://www.lawcourts.gov.bb/Lawlibrary/events.asp?id=163

    **********************************************

    Now at the top of Keltruth’s “List” is Richard Cox who was the top man at Royal Bank some years ago – I dare say around the time of start of the troubles with Plantations. He also left RBC under a cloud – that’s all I’ll say here.

    I also picked up something from Keltruth’s blog …

    http://keltruthblog.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2008/6/5/19970225EISDtoVOSHdeBMIKreReceivership.pdf

    under the Estate of Colin Ian Estwick Deane, deceased. Where I note that the sale of a large block of shares (both common and preference) were sold with no information forth-coming from the sale.

    The name of the above mention Director/Shareholder in common between Plantations and KEL – Erie Deane – is mentioned as the main instigator of these actions or so it seems.

    Go on now, do some further investigation and see if you can find a solid link.

  32. Hants

    Country’s biggest OWner of plantation land must be enjoying the diversion of attention to Kingsland and Clico.

    David Brooks says.
    “Clico’s take over of Plantations”

    I thought they BOUGHT them for people who wanted cash.

  33. Thomas Gresham

    Clico Barbados is 100% owned subsidiary of CL Financial in Trinidad.

    Clico Barbados had a near $100m Statutory Deficit in its latest reporting. In the past, more modest deficits were permitted on the basis that the parent company, CL Financial, pledged to come to the support of Clico Barbados if required.

    CL Financial is in no position to support Clico Barbados today. It has not been in a position to do so since the middle of 2008 when gas prices collapsed and it was forced to shut down its Point Lisas plants.

    As it is reported at the top of this blog, the Central Bank of Trinidad & Tobago has gone to count to stop CL Financial carrying out any transactions on its assets – which include the assets of Clico Barbados – unless it has the central bank’s permission and this permission will likely only be given if the interests of Trinidad & Tobago policy holders are given as as much protection as possible, putting Barbadian policy holders in second line.

    I met a couple a few days ago who said they tried to cash in their “annuity” with Clico Barbados and were told they would only receive 50% of the money they had put on deposit. They would lose half of what they had put in if they try to take the money out now. They thought that they would lose the interest but not 50% of the principal. They felt this was never explained to them and it was a surprise to me. They were an old couple and may be confused.

    If it were the case, it suggests the policy holders of Barbados are not being truly protected – the principal purpose of the regulator. In this case the regulatory authorities here should do what they have done in Antigua and seized the assets of Clico Barbados to ensure that Barbadian policy holders are first in line for protection and not second in line and the assets are not sold in a fire sale by the Trinidad government in the interests of Trinidad policy holders at the expense of the Barbados policy holders.

  34. Hants

    Knowledge is power. Buyer beware.
    Read the fine print.

    The good the bad and the ugly. Choose carefully.

    http://www.investored.ca/en/investoranswers/B/32_annuity/Pages/1_annuity.aspx

  35. Thomas Gresham

    The annuities were sold as high interest deposits.

    In Canada, dear Hants, there would be a “mis-selling” class action.

    Perhaps we could hear from those who bought them what they thought they were buying and whether they understood that they would lose up to half of their principal if they redeemed the policy early.

    There is the further issue of whether early redeemers should be penalised if they are redeeming for fear that the regulators have not acted sufficiently once a problem was recognised?

  36. David Brooks

    @Hants

    You know “what a thought made a man do”, as the old saying goes, but to answer your basic question, yes, Clico initially bought the shares how wanted cash – i.e. the insiders who were bailing out and maybe a few who tried to sell initially – but there was never a general/public attempt to buy out all the shareholders – mostly Barbadians.

    Essentially any who decided to wait and see what might happen, lost everything in Plantations.

    I can tell you for a fact that my Mother still has her share certificates – both some Preference & Common shares in Plantations – that she never got one red cent for after Clico took over.

    She still has the last Annual Report sent to her with Duprey as Chairman back in 1992 (if I recall the year correctly). I’m sure she is not the only minority shareholder in the same position.

    The same goes for the Barbados Foundry Group, and who was it that took them over but the said same Clico, correct me if I am wrong, and Barbadian shareholders are still holding their share certificates and not one red cent to show for them.

    Lets face it, Clico was there to milk us when some idiots where in charge of these groups (note, groupS) of companies that were squarely Barbadian interests but lets face it there was no regularity authority in charge or if there was it did not have the power to intervene.

    Of all the Trinidadian companies that have some of their interest here in Barbados, it is Clico that I trust the least and that goes back years now, since the Barbados Foundry and Plantations debacle.

    This is made more so by the fact that they are not a Public Company, with shares trading on the open market, like Ansa Mcal and Neal & Massey for instance, and therefore have the least amount of regulatory and public knowledge of their operations.

    Lets face it, all of these matters started years ago and would seem to coincide with the time, or shortly thereafter, that David Thompson (our current Prime Minister) took over the St. John seat after Errol Barrow died.

    What say you?

  37. David Brooks

    … seems nobody wants to touch this one.

  38. Checkin-out

    David Brooks
    Do we need a forensic audit on this one like hardwood Homes, etc?

  39. Checkin-out

    David Brooks
    It might be useful to put some actual dates to your historical reminiscences above and correlate them to the Ministers of Finance at the time to see if your inferences above can withstand some preliminary scrutiny.

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  42. Sing-a-song

    Curiously you sound well for a man born in 1519.
    Fiat Voluntas tua.

  43. dupreys’ came, manipulated and conquered

  44. @David Brooks

    David Brooks
    February 27, 2009 at 4:16 am

    “I can tell you for a fact that my Mother still has her share certificates – both some Preference & Common shares in Plantations – that she never got one red cent for after Clico took over.

    She still has the last Annual Report sent to her with Duprey as Chairman back in 1992 (if I recall the year correctly). I’m sure she is not the only minority shareholder in the same position.”

    @ David Brooks
    Now might be a good time for you and others to publish the Plantations Annual Reports as a community service to those who also lost their hard-earned money

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