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Some huge reputations now at stake

The ODCE is concerned that the Markets Abuse Directive may have been breached. If so, it would have have serious consequences for individuals involved

Ian Guider

Markets Editor

@ianguider
22nd April, 2018

‘A spider’s web.” That’s how one long-term former lieutenant of Denis O’Brien last week described the increasing number of people who have been drawn into the latest round of the ongoing controversies involving the telecoms tycoon, his friend and associate Leslie Buckley, Independent News & Media, and a now seemingly endless cast of characters who form part of the sprawling investigation by the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement....

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