Friday December 13, 2019

Liquidator seeks to compel Ammado boss to answer key questions

The digital charity donation platform collapsed in 2018, owing millions

1st December, 2019
Peter Conlon. Picture: Fergal Phillips

More information is being sought from Peter Conlon, the disgraced boss of Ammado, the collapsed charities fundraising service, a court was told last week.

Liquidator Myles Kirby is seeking a motion compelling Conlon to reply to key questions about about the running of Ammado, to which Conlon has not yet responded.

Conlon founded the Swiss-headquartered digital charity platform in 2006. It allowed large corporations and their staff to make charitable donations, but fell apart last...

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