Larger firms to come under ODCE scrutiny

The Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (ODCE) is planning to investigate large companies for suspected breaches of company law, writes Ian Kehoe.

7th January, 2006

The Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (ODCE) is planning to investigate large companies for suspected breaches of company law, writes Ian Kehoe.

Paul Appleby, the director of corporate enforcement, said his office intended to concentrate on bigger and more serious cases in 2006. He said his office had already identified a number of potential cases.

“The most significant case last year was against NIB [National Irish Bank].We are now anxious to add to this,...

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