Posted on December 21, 2010 10:31
Tortola, British virgin Islands – 21 December, 2010 – The British Virgin Islands Financial Services Commission ("FSC") considers it necessary to issue to issue this public statement in order to protect the public interest, and the interests of any of the customers and creditors of Consolidated Casualty Corp. ("Consolidated"), and to make the general public aware that the Company is no longer licensed or regulated by the FSC and is subject to enforcement action that remains outstanding.
The details are:
• Consolidated was formerly licensed by the FSC to conduct general insurance business from within the Territory, having been so licensed on 26 January, 2005.
• In December, 2008 the FSC imposed an administrative penalty on Consolidated in the
amount of $5,000.00 for a contravention of section 22(1) (b) of the Insurance Act, 1994
by failing to submit audited financial statements to the FSC within three months of the
2006 financial year end. To date, this administrative penalty has not been paid.
• In June, 2009 the FSC imposed a late payment penalty in the amount of $3,000.00 as
Consolidated was at that time 102 days late in making full payment of the administrative
penalty of $5,000.00. Again, to date this penalty has not been paid.
• Consolidated is no longer licensed and regulated by the FSC; the licence having expired
on 31 December, 2009.
• Consolidated was struck off the company register maintained at the Registry of Corporate
Affairs on 1 May, 2010 for the non-payment of its registration fees.
The FSC will provide an update on any further developments in this matter.
This Public Statement is issued pursuant to Section 37A (4) of the Financial Services
Commission Act, 2001.