WILLEMSTAD - The Central Bank of Curaçao and St. Maarten (CBCS) is not demanding 700 but 845 million guilders in damages from Hushang Ansary in the ENNIA case. Yesterday there was a court hearing, which Ansary attended via video connection.
COVID prevented him from being physically present. In the ENNIA case, the 94-year old owner is accused of deliberately emptying the insurance company financially.
The Central Bank intervened in 2018 and placed the insurance company under guardianship. The judge does not expect to be able to rule in this case until the autumn of 2021.