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Global Investment Management Holdings Inc. Initiates Lawsuit Over Alleged Conspiracy and Fraud by Barclays Bank Plc, Eversheds Sutherland & Others

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New York, New York – Global Investment Management Holdings Inc. (GIMH), a private financial organization headquartered in Delaware, has launched a legal battle against Barclays Bank PLC (BCS:NYSE), law firm Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP, and a group of individuals, claiming they engaged in a conspiracy to defraud and misrepresentation.

The lawsuit, filed with the Supreme Court of New York on March 21, 2024, seeks compensatory damages amounting to $26 million. GIMH alleges that the defendants knowingly disseminated false information regarding ownership rights and made other misleading factual assertions that have adversely affected GIMH’s financial interests. The formal complaint includes FRP Advisory Trading Limited, Addleshaw Goddard LLP, and individuals Benjamin Neil Jones and Arvindar Jit Singh, accusing them of playing direct roles in the purportedly fraudulent activities.

Adam West from GIMH stated, “This lawsuit reflects our commitment to uphold the integrity of our investments and operations. We have taken this action not only to rectify the damages inflicted upon us but also to send a clear message that deceptive practices have no place in the business and legal environments. We trust that the court will thoroughly review the facts and provide a just resolution.” Handling GIMH’s legal representation is Baruch Simcha, a lawyer with a distinguished reputation in corporate litigation. The legal counsel for the defendants remains undisclosed at this point in time. According to court documents, Barclays Bank PLC was formally served with the Summons Notice on April 8, 2024.

The defendants and Barclays Bank Plc had until May 8 to respond to the summons or risk a default judgment, which could permit GIMH to proceed with a judgment in default against the bank. Despite being formerly served, The Defendants have not shown an appearance on the lawsuit. The lawsuit marks a decisive step by GIMH to confront alleged deceptive practices and seek accountability from those involved. The firm emphasizes its determination to protect its legal rights and interests throughout the unfolding of these proceedings. GIMH’s action highlights the broader implications for corporate governance and legal adherence within the financial sector.

The case is likely to be closely watched by industry experts and law professionals, given the substantial nature of the claims and the profile of the parties involved. The unfolding lawsuit against Barclays Bank PLC and the co-defendants promises to add a new chapter to the narrative on corporate accountability and integrity in the finance industry.

As the case progresses through the New York legal system, the ramifications for the defendants and the precedents set for similar actions in the future will be carefully scrutinized.

Supreme Court of the State of New York
Global Investment Management Holdings Inc v Barclays Bank Plc, Eversheds Sutherland (International) LLP, FRP Advisory Trading Ltd, Addleshaw Goodard LLP, Benjamin Neil Jones, Arvindar Jit Singh
Case No. 651483/2024

Global Investment Management Holdings Inc. (GIMH) is a privately-held finance company headquartered in Delaware, specializing in a broad range of investment management solutions to meet the diverse needs of its clients.

Global Investment Management Holdings Inc
1208 Orange Street Wilmington, Delaware 19801
Press Contact : Adam West

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