Thursday October 1, 2020

Former Marketspreads execs take legal battle to Supreme Court

Two former executives of the Irish spread-betting firm Marketspreads are mounting a Supreme Court challenge in an effort to overturn their bankruptcies.

26th January, 2014

Two former executives of the Irish spread-betting firm Marketspreads are mounting a Supreme Court challenge in an effort to overturn their bankruptcies.

Fergus Rice and Brian O'Neill were adjudicated bankrupt at the High Court last week after they lost their bid to halt bankruptcy proceedings issued against them by their former company, which is now known as Shelbourne Markets.

However, the two men have instructed their legal team, headed by the senior counsel John Trainor,...

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