Saturday November 23, 2019

Ian Guider's Market Talk

Many ex-CHC investors are still waiting for compensation, so why did it take the regulator so long to stop the rot?

By Ian Guider

Markets Editor

11th December, 2016

Kieran Wallace of KPMG: still untangling CHC’s booksMaura Hickey

Last week, a number of clients of the collapsed Dublin investment firm Custom House Capital contacted me following the High Court’s decision to disqualify three of the company’s directors for more than a decade – the longest ban any individual has ever received.

The former investors in CHC have lost large sums of money, and the vast majority still haven’t received compensation because of the mess that was left to be...

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