Fernando Moto Mendes, the sole surviving officer at B & C Capital, Ltd., now indicates that he is merely the "office manager," notwithstanding that he previously represented himself to be the Managing Director. He quickly changed his title when it was pointed out that, due to his prior bankruptcy, and pending and unresolved felony grand theft charges, he could not hold the position of MD under Cayman law.
The problem is, Moto Mendes is the sole officer left at the company whose total staff has now been reduced to a single clerk, plus Moto Mendes. How can anyone actually believe that he is not the MD, especially when he has been acting to defend B & C in a civil suit in Grand Cayman, and has executed affidavits in its behalf ? He is obviously illegally occupying the position of Managing Director, and his repeated self-serving statements about his title and duties untrue.
He should be removed from the premises, taken into custody, and B & C Capital Ltd., closed and placed into liquidation, with the books & records preserved, to facilitate the resolution of the pending criminal investigations.