Wednesday May 27, 2020

Bloxham denied judicial review in ISE membership case

The High Court refused Bloxham, the securities firm in liquidation, a judicial review on a preliminary matter relating to the Irish Stock Exchange’s removal of its membership.

3rd July, 2013
Bloxham ceased trading in May 2012.

The High Court refused Bloxham, the securities firm in liquidation, a judicial review on a preliminary matter relating to the Irish Stock Exchange’s removal of its membership.

“The contested decision” of ISE membership is “not amenable to a judicial review,” Judge John Cooke said in court today. The ruling comes before the hearing of Bloxham’s main case against the ISE, which affects the firm’s ability to benefit from a potential distribution of the...

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