Dr. Ansary, an award-winning author, historian, and women's rights activist, brings this action to redress Defendant's opportunistic raiding of her private investments, namely, her equity stake in Parman International B.V. ("PIBV"), a Curašao company owned by a group of United States shareholders (the "US Shareholders"). Dr. Ansary owns 15.9% of PIBV, which is a $700 million enterprise that included insurance companies, banks, and 160 acres of mixed use commercial and residential property (including beachfront real estate). Central Bank, took "emergency" control of PIBV's insurance businesses in 2018 under the guise of "implementing" a "very extensive and well thought-out" "restructuring" developed after careful study over a period of six months. But then, even after tapping $280 million of the enterprise's liquid investments in New York-which was sufficient to complete the restructuring-Central Bank did not follow through with the promised plan. Rather, following the "major shock" to the economies of Curašao and Sint Maarten caused by the global pandemic-Central Bank conspired with the governments of Curašao and Sint Maarten to expropriate the assets of PIBV for the private interests of their cronies, rather than restore them to PIBV after promptly completing the restructuring.