Assets Recovery Program is maintained by Universal Trading & Investment Co., Inc. (“UTICo”), a Massachusetts corporation founded in 1993. ARP has an international orientation, with the possibilities to operate effectively on all 5 continents. The Board of UTICo currently comprises 10 directors, pursuant to its Bylaws. Following its Corporate Governance Guidelines, the Board of Directors recognizes the Code of Corporate Conduct and Ethics. ARP is also related to Foundation Honesty International, Inc., a non-profit corporation in Massachusetts, that was first incorporated in New York in 1997, regulated by its Bylaws.
ARP, its executives and directors have a very solid track recording having assisted to its clients to freeze about $400 million, in assets on bank accounts and in real property, for subsequent recovery of such assets. ARP’s work is especially effective in off-shore jurisdictions, where it has accumulated substantial experience.
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