Tromp claims prosecutors are acting ‘negligently’; rejects tax fraud claims

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Paradise lost? Curacao’s central bank governor in tax probe

The suspended governor of the Central Bank of Curaçao and Sint Maarten, Emsley Tromp, has rejected claims from the country’s Public Prosecutor’s Office that he has committed tax fraud.

In a statement forwarded to Central Banking on May 9, Tromp rebuffed the office’s claims and attacked it for acting in a “negligent” manner. “Mr Tromp feels that in this case, the Public Prosecutor’s Office has been acting in an improper, negligent and biased way these last few months,” the statement says. On May

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