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Regulator suggests Eircom credit union take legal advice

The credit union regulator has advised the Eircom credit union to take legal advice about how it might obtain two Irish Stock Exchange reports detailing breaches of the exchange’s rules by Davy Stockbrokers in relation to the sale of certain bonds.

19th September, 2009

The credit union regulator has advised the Eircom credit union to take legal advice about how it might obtain two Irish Stock Exchange reports detailing breaches of the exchange’s rules by Davy Stockbrokers in relation to the sale of certain bonds.

Brendan Logue, in a letter to the credit union in July, said he had asked the Irish Stock Exchange for its consent to release the two reports, which had been supplied to...

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