Bank of Antigua
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|Wholly owned subsidiary|
|Headquarters||St. John's, Antigua|
|Parent||Stanford Financial Group|
Bank of Antigua was an Antigue-based bank that was owned by the Stanford Financial Group and was central to the Ponzi scheme run by Allen Stanford. It was originally formed on the 10 February 1981 in St. John's. When the Ponzi scheme was exposed in 2009, the bank was taken over by the Eastern Caribbean Central Bank (ECCB) on 20 February 2009.
The bank was renamed to the Eastern Caribbean Amalgamated Bank by the ECCB and they disposed of it in Nov 2011.
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