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December 4, 1991 | JAMES BATES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jerome N. Schneider, the nation's biggest and most controversial offshore bank promoter, said Tuesday that he is getting out of the business, in part because foreign governments have tightened their banking regulations in the wake of the Bank of Credit & Commerce International scandal. Schneider said WFI, the Beverly Hills company he heads, will be liquidated by the end of the month.
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December 4, 1991 | JAMES BATES, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Jerome N. Schneider, the nation's biggest and most controversial offshore bank promoter, said Tuesday that he is getting out of the business, in part because foreign governments have tightened their banking regulations in the wake of the Bank of Credit & Commerce International scandal. Schneider said WFI, the Beverly Hills company he heads, will be liquidated by the end of the month.
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April 16, 1989 | DOUGLAS FRANTZ, Times Staff Writer
Six years ago, Jerome N. Schneider was telling a skeptical U.S. Senate subcommittee about the honest workings of the shadowy world of private offshore banks. An example of how it should work, Schneider said, was a bank he had established on the tiny Caribbean island of Montserrat and then sold to J. David Dominelli, an investment adviser who was the toast of San Diego back in 1983. "J. David Banking is used as an intermediary for foreign exchange currency trading to channel investment dollars into the United States in a wholly legitimate manner," said Schneider.
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