ODCE plans disqualification actions against wealthy directors

The Director of Corporate Enforcement has targeted more than ten wealthy individuals that it intends to prosecute in the High Court in an effort to disqualify them as company directors.

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Ian Kehoe

2nd September, 2006

The Director of Corporate Enforcement has targeted more than ten wealthy individuals that it intends to prosecute in the High Court in an effort to disqualify them as company directors.

The Office of the Director of Corporate Enforcement (ODCE), headed by Paul Appleby, has compiled a list of people who it believes are guilty of fraud or who are unfit to manage a company. It is understood that a number of people on the list...

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