ODCE casts a wide net in DCC probe

The approach taken by the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (ODCE) to its application to have a High Court inspector appointed to DCC and two of its subsidiaries will have come as a surprise to many.

14th June, 2008

The approach taken by the Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (ODCE) to its application to have a High Court inspector appointed to DCC and two of its subsidiaries will have come as a surprise to many.

Last Monday, the director of the ODCE, Paul Appleby, through his affidavit, put much of the focus of the application on the events that occurred in DCC in 1995.Of the 39 pages in his affidavit, he doesn’t...

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