Francesco Corallo, the beneficial owner of the Atlantis World Group and the Italian company Giocolegale Bplus, has been under house arrest in Italy until October 14 after he voluntarily returned to the country on August 4 to speak with the authorities about his legal troubles.
An article published in the Italian online newspaper Il Fatto Quotidiano from August of this year suggested that Corallo was still kept under house arrest but according to his attorney in St. Maarten, Jeroen Veen, this is no longer the case. “Corallo is a free man. His house arrest was lifted on October 14.”
Veen said that he is aware of the accusations towards Corallo about the Banco Popolare di Milano (BPM). “As far as I know Corallo has never been indicted in this case or in any other case, let alone that he has been convicted. The BPM-investigation has until now not resulted in…
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