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Profile: Josseline Colimon-F←thi│re


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January 1, 2004      Haiti Coup

       Seventy wealthy Haitians and Haitian-Americans officially launch Haiti's first investment bank, PromoCapital. The bank, a 50/50 joint-venture between Haitian and US shareholders, consists of two institutions: PromoCapital Haiti, SA—incorporated in Haiti as a “Soci�t� Financi�re de D�veloppement” —and PromoCapital USA, Inc,—a corporation registered in the state of Delaware. [PromoCapital Press Release, 4/2/2004; USA Today, 4/29/2004] The bank's headquarters are in Petionville, Haiti with representative offices in Washington DC and Aventura, Florida. [PromoCapital Press Release, 4/2/2004; USA Today, 4/29/2004] Its founder, Dumarsais Sim�us, who owns a large food-processing business in Texas, says the bank's investors hope to see annual returns on their investment in the mid- or high teens. He is also the chair of PromoCapital USA. Henri Deschamps, a prominent Port-au-Prince printing and media executive, is the chairman of PromoCapital Haiti. [PromoCapital Press Release, 4/2/2004; USA Today, 4/29/2004] Of the 70 names included on the list of PromoCapital shareholders, nine—Frederic Madsen, Gilbert Bigio, Gregory Brandt, Marc-Antoine Acra, Monique Bigio, Olivier Acra, Ronald Georges, Reuven Bigi, and Sebastien Acra—appear on a US Treasury Department list of people and organizations whose assets had been blocked by the US Department of Treasury, Office of Foreign Assets Control under the Clinton Administration, until 1994. [Sources: Office of Foreign Assets Control Listing of Specially Designated Nationals and Blocked Entities since December 7, 1993] And one of them, Hans Tippenhauer, had told The Washington Post on February 23 that the Haitians had enthusiastically greeted the paramilitary rebel forces as “freedom fighters.” [The Washington Post, 2/24/2004]
People and organizations involved: Laurent Pierre-Philippe, Magdalah Silva, Marc-Antoine Acra, May Parisien, Michael Gay Sr., Monique Bigio, Laurence Bigio, Kimberly Simeus, Josseline Colimon-F←thi│re, Nadege Tippenhauer, Jean-Marie Wolff, Jean-Pierre Saint-Victor, Jean-Robert Vertus, Jerry Tardieu, Joelle Coupaud, Julio Bateau, Joseph Baptiste, Jon Robertson, Olivier Acra, Patrice Backer, Patrick Delatour, Steeve Handal, The Simeus Foundation, Serge Pinard, Vanessa Dickey, Yves Joseph, Yael Bigio-Garoute, Serge Parisien, Sebastien Acra, Reuven Bigio, Patrick Moynihan, Patrick Tardieu, Reginald Villard, R←gynald Heurtelou, Ronald Georges, Jean-Henry C←ant, Rudolph Moise, Rudolph Berrou→t, Jacques Deschamps Fils, Herve Francois, Henry Paul, Albert Levy, Axan Abellard, PromoCapital, Carlet Auguste, Daniel Rouzier, Daniel Silva, Caroline Racine, Daniele Jean-Pierre, Esq., Dimy Doresca, Elda James, Esq., Gerd Pasquet, Gilbert Bigio, Georges J. Casimir, Hans Tippenhauer, Hendrik Verwaay, Henri Deschamps, Harriet Michel, Gary Jean-Baptiste, Gabrielle Alexis, Esq., Fritz Fougy, Elisabeth Delatour, Emile Corneille, Emmanuel Francois, Florence Bellande Robertson, Frantz Bourget, Dumarsais M. Sim←us, Fred Tony, Frederic Madsen, Gregory Brandt  Additional Info 

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