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Resource ID: #20439
Subject: Stocks And Bonds
Source: Business Week
Date: 1997-03-24


According to the author, "Usually, the offshore financial mechanisms used by the Mob are enmeshed in secrecy. But lately some answers have turned up--all surrounding the December, 1995, initial public offering of a small Phoenix-based company that makes multimedia components, SC&T International Inc. At the center of this tale are a half-dozen shadowy Bahamian entities and Sovereign Equity Management Corp., which brought SC&T public." The story also includes a supplemental side-bar article entitled, "Why didn't anyone smell a rat at Centennial?"

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