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Fleming Capital goes into receivership

Fleming Capital, the heavily-indebted investment firm formerly known as Boundary Capital, has gone into receivership.

25th May, 2013
Niall McFadden.

Fleming Capital, the heavily-indebted investment firm formerly known as Boundary Capital, has gone into receivership.

*The Sunday Business Post* has established that the Irish Bank Resolution Corporation (IBRC) installed a receiver late last week over Fleming Capital. The company owes its banks more than €85 million.

Formerly listed on the stock market as Boundary Capital, the investment firm was headed by the boomtime financier Niall McFadden and invested heavily in a string of property and...

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