Anguilla Private Bank Seeks to Shield Client Names in Bankruptcy

  • Lawyers cite Alaska case involving clergy sex-abuse claims
  • Bank says $175 million in client funds at issue in New York

Lawyers seeking to recover $175 million for clients of a bankrupt Caribbean offshore bank are asking a U.S. judge to grant those customers the same confidentiality protections a court extended to people claiming clergy sex abuse.

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