Predecessor to BCCI.
Constantine  and Wikipedia:
- Adm. Earl "Buddy" Yates - Bank president.
- Gen. Erle Cocke - ran the Nugan Hand Washington office
- Gen. Edwin Black - ran the Hawaii office
- Gen. LeRoy Manor - ran the Philippine office
- William Colby - was their lawyer. CIA director 1973-1976.
- Walter McDonald - former CIA deputy director was a consultant
- Bernie Houghton - Nugan Hand's Saudi representative, possibly CIA, mob, or both
- Robert Jantzen - former CIA station chief in Thailand, got out of Nugan Hand when he smelled drugs
- Theodore Shackley - "peripheral roles"
- Richard Secord - "peripheral roles"
- Thomas Clines - "peripheral roles"
- Edwin P. Wilson - "peripheral roles"
Suspicious deaths Edit
- Donald Mackay - July 15, 1977. Anti-drug campaigner. Generally believed to have been killed by local mafia. John Jiggens claims Mackay was killed by policeman Fred Krahe on the orders of Frank Nugan "out of fear Mr Mackay would expose a money trail leading from the bank to several notorious Griffith marijuana growers."
- Frank Nugan - January 1980. Officially a suicide. 
- Michael Jon Hand - Disappeared in 1990. Death not confirmed; rumored to have traveled to the US under the name of Alan Glenn Winter in 1981.
- ↑ 1.0 1.1 Alex Constantine, The CIA, Nugan Hand Bank, the Murder of Donald Mackay, and Rupert Murdoch, 2007 August 15th, http://www.constantinereport.com/the-cia-nugan-hand-bank-the-murder-of-donald-mackay-and-rupert-murdoch/