Update on the charges against FCIB
Read the entire Jamaica Gleaner story of Friday, July 25, 2008 here. These quotes that will update my earlier post on FCIB:

A court hearing in which FirstCaribbean International Bank (FCIB) in Belize is facing more than 100 charges has been set for September 4 by that country’s Chief Magistrate Margaret McKenzie.

The bank has been indicted on allegations of failing to report suspicious money transactions between 2001 and 2005.

The banking group, which is headquartered in Barbados, is the region’s third largest with assets of US$12.3 billion and 100 branch operations that service some 800,000 accounts.
 
Congratulations to the Jamaica Gleaner! Its reporters are not afraid to bring these stories to the public. The Nation and the Advocate should take notice!