INM alerted stock exchange and O’Brien about ‘unusual’ share trades patterns
Trading was unusual enough that the firm’s former chairman Brian Hillery felt compelled to alert the board of INM and shareholder Denis O’Brien
Independent News & Media alerted the Irish Stock Exchange (ISE) in 2011 about “unusual trading patterns” in its shares.
The matter was unusual enough that the firm’s former chairman Brian Hillery felt compelled to alert the board of INM and shareholder Denis O’Brien of the matter on July 25, 2011.
The ISE declined to comment on whether or not it had carried out any investigation when contacted last Friday. O’Brien did not...
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