(Bloomberg) Three Caribbean-based men who helped Americans hide assets from U.S. tax authorities were charged in a sting operation with laundering what they were told was dirty money.

The U.S. indicted Eric St-Cyr, a Canadian who ran a Cayman Islands investment firm; Joshua Vandyk, a U.S. citizen who worked at the firm; and Patrick Poulin, a Canadian lawyer who worked in Turks and Caicos, the Justice Department said Monday in announcing their March 12 arrests in Miami.

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