Exclusive: Dying man 'well placed to understand' failed fund - AIB

Barbara Goodwin and husband Charles put money into failed Belfry funds

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
1st June, 2016
Belfry fund investors who are part of an action against AIB outside The Four Courts

According to court documents, at the time he made the investment, Charles Goodwin was “terminally ill, heavily medicated and wheelchair bound and unable to leave his home.” Having made the investment in July 2003, Goodwin died in August.

The bank has argued in reply that Goodwin “was or should have been capable of identifying any issues in relation to information provided to him and the necessity or otherwise of seeking further information or advice”....

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