BoI files suit against disgraced former CHC chief Cassidy
Last December, Cassidy was handed down the longest-ever disqualification in the history of company law
Bank of Ireland has launched a legal action against the struck-off Custom House Capital chief executive Harry Cassidy and his dissolved investment firm, ARF Management.
Last December, Cassidy was handed down the longest-ever disqualification in the history of company law, for his role in CHC’s misappropriation of €66.5 million in client funds.
The High Court barred him from acting as a company director for 14 years after he had been found guilty of...
Subscribe from just €1 for the first month!
All Digital Access + eReader
Unlimited Access for 1 Month, €19.99 Monthly thereafter
*New subscribers only
€149 For the 1st Year
Unlimited Access for 1 Year
90 Day Pass
Unlimited Access for 2 Years
Get a Business Account for you and your team
Analysis: Financial and political hurdles could block European Super League
The clubs behind the controversial project face more than a moral backlash — competing commercial interests and the reality of market needs make this more of an uphill battle for those involved than it initially appears
Emer McLysaght: Dazed and confused in a new age of A&E
Our columnist takes a rather thrilling trip to hospital for a headache that just won’t go away
Nadine O’Regan: Will the pandemic finally deliver a revolution in comfort dressing?
Feminism has spent decades telling us to ditch the bra and six-inch heels. But is it possible that change is coming at last?
Brian Keegan: A solidarity tax would be a step backwards
A move to tax those who’ve done well financially during the pandemic has been mooted, but there are good reasons not to touch it