Ian Guider: Dolphin Trust scandal shows authorities still too slow to act in investors’ interests
The grey areas that exist in this country regarding unregulated investments need to be tackled before even more of our citizens are taken advantage of
Irish investors in collapsed Dolphin Trust owed €50.5m by one company
Myles Kirby, the liquidation specialist overseeing the wind up of MUT103, has requested an update from Dentons, the lawyers tasked with establishing the nature of the security held by Irish investors
A token offering: Why the $2.9m sale of Jack Dorsey’s first tweet is only the start of NFTs
NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, and the profits made from them, have caused a stir in the arts world. But now the worlds of sport, entertainment and beyond are sitting up and taking notice
Burned small investors prepare legal action after losing money in Europa
Around 100 private citizens entrusted their pensions – a total of around €4.5 million – to the firm, which later told them their investment was worthless
‘Distressed’ sale of assets related to Dolphin Trust took place in 2017
Private equity firm Vordere acquired properties from now-bankrupt Dolphin two years before Irish investors alerted to problems with investments worth €107m
Dolphin Trust: ‘I don’t know if it was illegal, but it was certainly immoral’
An investor who put his pension into the pyramid scheme has said it is ‘shocking’ that regulated financial advisers assured him his investment was secure
The gender investment gap: why do women fall behind on money matters?
Many women feel locked out of the investment game due to stereotyping and historical factors. Could that be about to change?