Within our four main areas of expertise; bank failures, investment fraud, corporate services and Dutch Expat Services, Legal Floris LLC offers the following services:
- Fund recovery services
- Fraud investigation
- Company formation
- Class action lawsuits
- Whistle blowing
- FBME Fund recovery services:
Thus far 1.300+ high net worth individuals, offshore companies and others with accounts at FBME branches in Cyprus and Tanzania have requested the assistance of Legal Floris LLC in an effort to recover the funds blocked on their bank accounts. Customers of FBME Cyprus have been able to withdraw their funds by check of 1.000 Euro per week untill the 21st of December 2015. Since the 18th of April 2016, the Deposit Protection Scheme in Cyprus is activated and customers receive up to 100.000 Euro from an external guarantee.
- Funds blocked at Capital One Bank:
Numerous passive customers of Capital One Bank who do not live and work in the USA have been asked by the bank to leave. Legal Floris LLC assisted these customers to open a bank account in another jurisdiction and recover the funds from their account at Capital One Bank.
- Leveraged Buy-Out as debt recovery solution:
The last possibility for our customer to receive payments of outstanding invoices was by offering the opponent a Leveraged Buy-Out of the shares in the company. This deal gave our customer a higher net-profit as initially expected.
- DSB Bank, bank failure and bankruptcy:
Tampering with high premiums on term life insurance, overpriced mortgages and deferred annuities, and after the bank run initiated by Pieter Lakeman, DSB bank failed and had to file for bankruptcy in 2009. Until now many of the depositors of the bank recovered a substantial part of their assets. As often in bank failures, funds become available in tranches. Till the end we stand by our clients to assist them to receive a full recovery and total compensation.
- Interest swap claims:
Corporate customers of Rabobank, ING and ABN AMRO were offered an exotic insurance product to protect themselves against the risk of increasing interest rates. Periodic premiums to cover the risk were fluctuating. Banks are negligent in their information towards customers who purchased these interest swaps. Together with the LIBOR rumblings, our customers have a strong case against the banks involved.