Saturday November 28, 2020

Report into DCC insider trading case imminent

The inspector appointed to investigate possible insider dealing by DCC and its former chief executive, Jim Flavin, will submit his report to the High Court tomorrow.

19th December, 2009

The inspector appointed to investigate possible insider dealing by DCC and its former chief executive, Jim Flavin, will submit his report to the High Court tomorrow.

Bill Shipsey was appointed as High Court inspector to DCC in July 2008, and submitted an interim progress report to the court in January of this year. Shipsey was appointed to investigate whether the transfer of Fyffes shares by DCC to its Dutch-registered subsidiary, Lotus Green, in 1995 might...

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