Ralph J. Janvey says he knows the records are in Antigua, where Stanford International Bank Ltd. was headquartered, and in foreign banks such as the Swiss Societe Generale.
On Wednesday, Janvey asked a federal judge to approve a claims process and deadline to begin making restitution to thousands of Stanford victims worldwide.
The report also issued Wednesday states that at least $8.5 billion flowed through the Ponzi scheme to various recipients.
Scores of Mississippians lost their life savings and retirement funds when Stanford’s empire collapsed in 2009 under the weight of a U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission investigation.
Janvey said much of his report analysis focuses on determining how CD investor funds were used and disposed of by company CEO R. Allen Stanford, other Stanford entities and Baldwyn natives James M. Davis and Laura Pendergest-Holt, who were top company executives.
At least $2.3 billion was diverted to other Stanford entities and/or Stanford directly, Janvey states.
Stanford used it to buy “homes, luxury cars, yachts, airplanes, payments to wives and girlfriends etc.,” the report adds.