BLACKSQUARE, CIFF (CHILDREN’S INVESTMENT FUND), TAVISTOCK, AND SHELL COMPANIES

The Children’s Investment Fund is a charity founded by Jamie Cooper with the investment of her husband at the time Chris Hohn. It has many tendrils of sub-divisions, some of which are legitimate and some of which are not. The co-directed companies of Jamie Cooper and Simon Trevor Lloyd include shell companies manufactured by Adrian Joseph Morris Levy.

http://www.endole.co.uk/profile/8317388/adrian-joseph-morris-levy

 

In the past 11 years, has created over 1,200 companies and resigned from them. He manufactures shell organizations like Talos Properties Limited, which can then go on to receive massive cash injections from assets in the Cayman Islands.  The CIFF has been doing business with the Clinton Foundation since 2005 when it acted to provide a $10,000,000 donation to support a charity. What you’re not seeing in the wake of donation there’s asset growth for CIFF. Billions. How?

 

Because of shell organizations like BlackSquare Capital LLP, the company that Brian Raven (Group CEO of Tavistock) was chairman of starting in 2010. He oversaw £140,000,000 in assets in 2009 shed value down to £49,000,000, revealed by an audit of the LLP’s client assets. They’d posted an operating profit on the LLP in 2009 of £257,000 for the LLP since it was only ‘managing’ the funds of its three clients: BlackSquare Capital Access Fund, BlackSquare Capital Fund LP and IFSL BlackSquare Capital Fund in the Cayman Islands. As a note, Brian Raven brought Ben Raven into the ‘failing’ LLP in 2011.

https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/OC313413/filing-history

 

BlackSquare put a massive amount of asset wealth into the control of the LLP which used the operational loss to launder funds through to the different organizations within the Clifton Collective. That is where the surprise cash injections into these shell companies keep coming from. Once the process is complete the LLP is dissolved, another one adopted and the cycle repeats.

 

As this process goes on CIFF is involving itself charitably with the Clinton Foundation. The more they give, the more they seem to get in return. Their most recent donation was $25,000,000.

 

CIFF has been funneling in funds from the Cayman islands through managing LLPs that CIFF has director positions in. These high value funds lose their managed value gradually and dissolve while shell corporations like Talos receive huge cash injections. Assets are being passed around within the shareholder organization.

 

BlackSquare Capital LLP, the company that Brian Raven (Group CEO of Tavistock) was chairman of starting in 2010. He oversaw £140,000,000 in assets in 2009 shed value down to £49,000,000 which was revealed by an audit of what the LLP actually controlled. Meanwhile they’d been posting an operating profit on the LLP in 2009 of £257,000 for the LLP since it was only ‘managing’ the funds of its three clients: BlackSquare Capital Access Fund, BlackSquare Capital Fund LP and IFSL BlackSquare Capital Fund in the Cayman Islands. As a note, Brian Raven brought Ben Raven into the ‘failing’ LLP in 2011.

 

associates.http://www.endole.co.uk/profile/8317388/adrian-joseph-morris-levy

Mass production of shell companies.